Tag Archives: Unfair Dismissal

ELDERLY CLEANER TERMINATED AFTER TAKING 1 DAY MC

Mr Isah, 55 years old, is a father to three children. His youngest child, 20 years old, has just finished his education and will be enlisting into National Service this August. Mr Isah suffers from kidney failure, diabetes, hypertension and high blood pressure.

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LOCAL FACTORY WORKER SACKED TO MAKE WAY FOR FOREIGN TALENTS

I am writing to inform you about my unfair dismissal due to the absence of an independent Union to represent Workers’ interests as well as MOM infrequent audit checks on companies operating here. I was gainfully employed as a production operator at Tanesei Trading Pte Ltd for the past 2 years but was dismissed last Wednesday without any notice or benefits to make way for a new batch of foreign workers ready to come here.

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NETIZENS DEFEND SMRT DRIVER WHO WAS FIRED – BLAME OPERATIONAL LAPSES

Following SMRT's announcement that the driver of the fatal accident had been dismissed, netizens stand with Mr Rahmat Mohd. Many questioned why Mr Rahmat was fired when operational lapses were only exposed after the tragic accident. Some questioned why the management did not step up to take responsibility. Some of the operational lapses include allowing a train to ply in automatic mode while workers were on site, not deploying watchmen to look out for approaching trains, and failing to provide early warning to the work team.

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DEAF IT GRADUATE WARNED & UNFAIRLY DISMISSED ON SAME DAY, JOBLESS FOR 6 MONTHS

I am young, qualified and jobless deaf Singaporean guy. I am a graduate from a local university in my mid-20s. I studied IT-related course and wanted to seek better job prospects despite my disability. My last occupation was with a developer. I was unemployed for at least 6 months after I was terminated by a SME company on the very first day of 2016. The director of this company gave me two letters (final warning letter and termination letter) on the SAME day! It was unfair dismissal to say the least…

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