Performance

STAR PERFORMING PLAYERS IN THE S-LEAGUE SO FAR

It has been an intriguing S.League season so far, full of thrills, spills and lots of surprises in the first out of three rounds of competition. Nouveau riche Tampines Rovers did not have it all their way while strugglers Hougang United have sprung to number two. After Round One, we have compiled for you a list of the best performers so far, and interestingly, none of the local players featured here were selected in the last national team call-up.

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SICK LEAVE IS OUR ENTITLEMENT, UNFAIR TO JUDGE PERFORMANCE BASED ON MC TAKEN

The number of sick leave each employee gets annually is supposed to be an ENTITLEMENT. Every employee has the right to be sick and take medical leave as and when is necessary. Therefore, I find it appalling how any company or employer could judge the performance or abilities of the men based on the number of days he/she took MC. You’re sending out a wrong message to the people- that those who are more susceptible to injuries or people with low immune system are less capable than healthier men and women with regards to work.

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BEWARE OF CONMAN WHO REFUSED TO PAY SINGER AFTER WEDDING GIG

Hi friends, singers, artist and event organisers, pls don't engage this CONMAN TEAM PUYAL RAMESH. He cheated my payment after he engaged me for singing at a wedding function organised by Team Puyal Ramesh on 22nd November 2015 at Singapore flyer, Royal Palm Ballroom. I lodged a police report against him for cheating. Please be careful when dealing with him. Please claim your payment first before the event.

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MEDIACORP SURVEY PRAISING GOVT PERFORMANCE IS THE ULTIMATE JOKE RIGHT?

A Mediacorp Commissioned Survey By Blackstone Which Even A White PAP Will Laugh Off As Black Humour. Singaporeans were shocked and humoured as I was by CNA's 2 newscasters peddling A recent survey commissioned by Mediacorp on Singapore Government Policies by a Blackstone outsourced group. Why? It was like asking primary 6 students to mark their own psle results and give themselves all A* and distinctions

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DOES SINGAPORE'S CIVIL SERVICE PRACTICE TRUE MERITOCRACY?

Recently I said that I would change the focus of my blog. I had planned to make it more practical and useful for the average Singaporean, taking into consideration the prevailing social trends, government policies etc in this country. Well, here goes. Today we look at HR policies in the civil service. There are certain things you ought to know, before you decide to join or not to join the civil service.

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CAN OUR ELITE SCHOLARS PERFORM WELL IN THEIR JOBS?

Forty years ago, your education level opened the doors, determined your starting pay when you entered the job market. After that, it was up to you, up to your abilities to determine how fast you rose, how much you earned. If you were good at what you did, it did not matter whether you had a degree. Not having one did not hold you back. Then, the govt made a big deal out of scholarship and scholars. After that, it did not matter whether you could do the job, whether you could really think at a higher level. It all depended on how many A’s you had.

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