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NETIZEN LISTS ACTUAL ISSUES PM LEE SHOULD HAVE COVERED IN RALLY

A netizen who was equally perplexed by the PM's talking points during the NDR highlighted actual issues which should have been raised at the event. He thinks politicians should not focus on the "rosy outlook" here because Singapore will no longer be a special location in the global economy if they adopt this narrow mindset.

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WHISTLEBLOWER EXPOSES POOR WORKING CONDITIONS @ POPULAR CURRY PUFF CHAIN

I'm currently working at Tip Top Curry Puff, a subsidiary of Swensen's and would like the public to know of the deplorable working conditions that caused many of my colleagues to resign, which we suspect is a front for the foreign managers to hire their own kind after our departure as MOM does not really curtail the inflow of foreign workers on WP or S-Passes for big companies.

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MNCS DO NOT CREATE JOBS, MOST FOREIGNERS HIRE THEIR OWN KIND

The government is deluding itself if it thinks MNCs here are creating jobs for locals. With the rise in our university educated population, the relatively small proportion of jobs for degree holders has become more intense, not less, because the jobs available for degree holders is still the same.

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ANTI-PINKDOT: LOOKING FWD TO NO FOREIGN PARTICIPATION AT HONG LIM PARK AFTER MHA'S STANCE

Over the past few years that the Pink Dot event had gained noticeability at Hong Lim Park, it has not gone unnoticed that foreign multinational companies’ participation at this event have also increased. Not only are foreign MNCs
supporting the event financially, they are also supporting the event by encouraging employee participation in this event. This is evidenced by participants wearing common pink T-shirts bearing corporate logos at the event.

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MOM REFUSES TO HELP S'PORE PMET UNFAIRLY DISMISSED IN 1 WEEK BY JAPANESE COMPANY

I would like share with you and hopefully to your readers as well on my case of unfair dismissal, lack of employee protection and the powerless MOM. After hearing much about what the Prime Minister and Labour Chief had said about retraining the workers in the workforce, I was disappointed that many of these measures targets at workers but not PMEs.

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OIL & GAS INDUSTRY DOMINATED BY MNCS HIRING FOREIGNERS, NOT S'POREANS!

I feel recently that there is an area where its not really debated abt and it shld be in. Im working in the oil and gas and theres been cuts all over. Tons more will be expected cuts. In this state of economy i see really unfair selection of pmets for avail jobs. Search bumiarmada, Modec, Total, Saipem, BW Offshore and even local shipyards. Maj are FT and the rule to employ locals are zero. They dont need to follow the quota. Ive travelled to various companies regionally and even third worlds are having % on local content. We hve none.

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MEDIA MNC HIRES FOREIGNERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD BUT ONLY FEW S'POREANS

I recently been dating a hongkee girl working in an MNC here. She is nice and everything but I really enjoyed our time together. Unfortunately, she will be leaving in a few weeks time but the main part of the story is the company she works at. This hongkee girl works for a very famous media MNC with a branch in Singapore. I have been to her company to visit her once or twice to do some romantic surprises for her, but what I discovered made me very worried.

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S'PORE MNC FIRED FOUR SENIOR MANAGERS FOR HAVING BOGUS OVERSEAS DEGREES

Bros relate a story here with you all, i am a vendor at one of the MNC, when we went there we saw 4 senior managers being escorted out by security. Apparently they were given the sack and asked to leave the company premises within 20 minutes. This was related to the Southern Pacific University Scandal, that has been circulating. Company seemed to have found out they also had some people with that fake degree working for them and sacked them.

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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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SENIOR MANAGEMENT OF MNC BANKS STILL DOMINATED BY FOREIGNERS

The media reported today (24 Sep) that despite more Singaporeans being appointed regional heads and senior managers at international banks both in Singapore and abroad, not many go on to take on top positions. In June 2014, for example, Mr Shee Tse Koon, 44, was appointed Standard Chartered’s chief executive for Indonesia. The same month, Mr Tan Kock Kheng, 54, was appointed Citi’s global head of local markets risk treasury. Senior bank executives say that while such appointments are encouraging, more can be done to help nurture a more globally competitive workforce here.

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