Tag Archives: Interview

ITE GRADUATE LOOKED DOWN BY INTERVIEWER BECAUSE OF HIS “POOR” QUALIFICATIONS

I'm going to share my thoughts regarding an interview with a certain company for the position of Test Technician and after the interview, I left feeling horrible, depressed and really upset. The interviewer was rude and unprofessional. I found this job opening through jobstreet. I have lodged a report with TAFEP and am currently awaiting a personal apology from the interviewer itself for being rude to me. I hope other people don't go through what I have been through.

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COMPANIES PRETENDING TO HIRE SINGAPOREAN FIRST THROUGH WAYANG INTERVIEWS

Been to an interview and the head hunter said the interview is a process to show no Singaporean talent so that later the company can show MOM that no Singapore talent and hire own kind by parachuting from overseas on top position. Because the hiring manager wants its own people and firing in western world costs a lot and so, move the headcount to Singapore and then take away the headcount locally. This is the magic number game played by MNC.

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WHAT TO DO IF POLICE CALLS YOU UP TO LIM KOPI

In view of the police interview which Han Hui Hui was subjected to last night, here are some quick notes just in case if you are being being hauled up to the police station. Every activist is prone to being summoned to the police station, usually to answer questions relating to the commission of an alleged offence. It is pretty routine and there is nothing to fear. Sometimes the police goes on a fishing trip hoping to catch someone through the statements collected from various people. Sometimes it is pure harassment.

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MARTYN SEE: I REQUESTED TO INTERVIEW LKY FOR HIS LAST WORDS

My name is Martyn See. I am an political blogger and filmmaker. I have made films on Dr Chee Soon Juan, Mr Said Zahari and the late Dr Lim Hock Siew. I would like to request for a video interview with Mr Lee Kuan Yew. The final video will be published online on youtube, but the final cut will be subjected to the approval by your office. The interview will likely take about 90 minutes and will cover the following topics:

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