Private Sector

MP REJOINS PRIVATE SECTOR, CAN THEY GIVE 100% TO THEIR RESIDENTS?

The voters and your constituencies have given you the mandate you asked for. They voted for you. And we expect you to serve us for whole of the period that you were voted in for. True, every news report in the mainstream media will say you will continue to discharge your MP duties, such as still being available for meet the people sessions, and also attending all the grassroots events. But it is not the same, isn't it? You are no longer just an MP, serving the residents. Now, your paid jobs in the private sector will definitely take precedent. And you cannot now definitely devote 100% of your time to serve the people who voted you, who you promised to serve. Is this fair?

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S'PORE IS FINISHED IF WE CONTINUE TO USE BOOK SMART SCHOLARS AS MINISTERS

I have more working experience than most of the ministars. To survive in the private sectors. One need to be smart and clever to survive many bullets and sabohing colleagues. Our system is focusing on getting ministars who are only good in studies and never work one day in the private sectors depending on their own efforts to get the job. How many of them ever went for interviews 2-3 times to sell their skills and getting that job?

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THE TERRORS OF OFFICE POLITICS IN THE SINGAPORE WORKPLACE

The existence of the human race through prehistoric age till this day's internet technology has seen the political ugliness of criminal intention, tragedies and the 'incurable' office politics which exists through decades only to be explicitly accelerated with the advancement of technology. It is with the great unfortunate that the incurable disease of this infamous epidemic is the root cause of human tragedies in the form of insanity, criminal concoction and pre-mediated loss of human lives. i.e. suicides.

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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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