Unfair

WORKERS DON'T GET FAIR DEALS IN SALARY DISPUTES

But the mediation process “fails to take into consideration the unequal bargaining power of workers vis-a-vis employers”, resulting in the workers getting coerced by employers to sign documents and accept unfair employment terms. Errant employer behaviour includes retaliation and violations of the law during the claim process. Employers would, among other things, use threats and blackmail, restrict movements and even forcibly send workers home, it added”.

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GRAB GIVES INCENTIVES TO DRIVERS WHO THEY LIKE, NO SYSTEM AT ALL

I am a grab full time driver. I have been working for grab since the last 7 months, but now only I found out that grab give incentive based on their incentive department deciding which driver get what kind of incentive.

This is completely demoralizing for the driver like me who do almost 115 trips weekly but yet gets paid the lowest incentive, and I know some drivers who do a lot lesser trip but being paid a lot more incentive.

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54 S'PORE JOBS TERMINATED WITHOUT DUE PROCESS: WHY ONLY SAY NOW?

Will Singaporean workers at large get to know what exactly will be the outcome later, so that we may know what to expect in the future? Will any of the 54 employees be getting some retrenchment benefits, as letting go 54 employees in one go may arguably, be akin to or in a sense be like a retrenchment?

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WHY ARE LABOUR LAWS HERE UNFAIR AND CRAPPY?

What kind of crap lawmakers do we have here? They are quick to amend laws to censor freedom of speech and protect the PAP-govt but they allow such unfair labour laws to exist? This poor foreign worker's case highlights how pathetic our labour laws are. Our Labour Court has no teeth to enforce any directive it gives to derelict employers i.e. it can ask them to pay up but they have no power to punish those who ignore the request.

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BRYAN LIM'S "OPEN FIRE" COMMENT WAS JUST LOCKER ROOM TALK, UNFAIR TO PUNISH HIM

You must have read the news today that Bryan Lim is fined $3500 for a comment that he made here. I wish to remind all readers and members of this group that this is a public group. Any and all posts and comments here are read not only by people from this group, but also by many LGBT activists. You show them an Achilles heel, and they'll drag you down to the pits of hell. I feel sad for Bryan. Nobody really took notice of his comment. It's just one of those men bravado talk. In America, they call this locker room talk. Do I think he really meant what he said? Not at all. Is it unfair? I think it is.

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MAN UNFAIRLY FORCED OUT OF JOB AFTER WHISTLE BLOWING IN PUBLIC STAT BOARD

I've sent them a detailed email and even provided a link to my YouTube video that is filled with proofs, one of which is a secret audio recording of what my big boss said to me. Yet none of them replied. Are they scared of their masters or what? Must be lor cos I worked for a stat board. I am not interested in suing because winning such a case in Singapore will not earn me much money anyway. But I want justice served.

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FAMILY OF ZULFIKAR: HE STOPPED SUPPORTING ISIS AFTER 2014, HIS ISA DETENTION IS UNFAIR

To detain him under the ISA for his views, is not fair. To further accuse him of being an extremist and by extension insinuating terrorism and being a sympathiser of terrorist organisations, is stretching the evidence from his FB page postings. Detaining him under the ISA without trial and without having the opportunity to challenge these aspersions in an open court is an injustice.

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UNFAIR CITIBANK IMPOSES 8% CURRENCY CONVERSION FEE FOR LOCAL WEBSITE PURCHASES

I would like to share with you a recent incident that I believe may have important consequences for your readers, and indeed all residents in Singapore, especially those who are active in online transactions on websites and apps. Recently, I made an online purchase on Groupon’s Singapore website using a Citibank Visa credit-card. I have already received the product I purchased, and the overall experience was fine. However, a little later when I received the latest billing statement, I was shocked to find that Citibank had imposed an 8% “Currency Conversion Fee” on this transaction.

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