If not Singaporean will end up like first world Indonesia. I am not expecting anything magical to happen just with a couple of humble letters from an insignificant statistic in the eyes of this government. However, your reply is only reiterating what I stated in my initial email — that there are only guidelines, nothing concrete — and falls short of addressing any of the concerns brought up.
Interviewers fired me several questions based on what I wrote in my essay so I reckon you should only write things which you are confident to discuss. Nevertheless, the Ministry of Manpower will continue to monitor the situation, and will further calibrate foreign manpower access if necessary, in future.
So, it seems this guideline itself is fundamental flawed. You are to pick 1 of the 3 labour-related topics ageing workforce, threat of automation, changing work enviornments and churn out an essay which will be read by your interviewers before they meet you.
In addition, the minimum qualifying salary and other criteria for S Pass and Employment Pass holders were raised to ensure S Pass and EP holders recruited are of good calibre, are able to contribute effectively to our economy, and to preserve a level playing field for Singaporeans.
He was informed to arrive at the same time but reached a little bit earlier than me. If our government still persists that the sons and daughters of Singapore are not good enough after decades of their policies, serious self-reflection is needed within the elites of the governing bodies!
Dear Ministry of Manpower, As a true blue Singaporean, I would like to suggest to the MOM and the Government of Singapore to take immediate action by not allowing foreigners like the Phillippines to come to Singapore as a tourist and apply for a jobs in the service industry and approving their work pass to be able to stay on till whatever their contract expired.
Should not the government be focusing on getting Singaporeans to be the captains, majors, and generals of workforce instead? Any abuses of our work pass framework will also be investigated and errant employers dealt with seriously.
Once again, thank you for your feedback. Tue, Apr 3, at 4: Your reply also does not address the point on which government body does the policing on this. Sincerely and Best Wishes. In the end, even though I was punctual, I had to wait inside a room for 45 minutes just because the other candidate came 2 minutes earlier than me.
As my first feedback was made available online, I think it is only fair and right to have your reply made available online too. As I can recall, your feedback on alleged abuses by employers are also being looked into. In my opinion, the guidelines are cosmetic at best whether done intentionally or not.
The Government has to adopt a balance approach towards this issue and has given assurances to Singaporeans that the influx of foreigners will be increasingly controlled and limited, and measures to tighten the foreign workforce have been phased in since July They kept asking if I had "data" skills.
What they really mean is just SQL and programming languages. Frage beantworten Ministry of Manpower I sincerely thank you again for having taken the time to reply me, and again, to read this.
We understand your sentiment about foreign employees and we recognised that the issue of foreign employees is a controversial yet essential factor in the Singapore economy. If I understand correctly the part on hiring on merits, this alone does not ensure and protect Singaporeans on fair employment.
Der Vorgang dauerte 6 Wochen. I am appalled that as staff of the ministry tasked with the formulation of labour policies for the workforce, they blindly follow and use whatever trendy buzzwords they encounter.
Although I hope my views are being taken seriously into account by the ministry, the minister himself or even this very government, in your efforts to make Singapore a better place with a bright future for Singaporeans who have sacrificed much on this island. They do not adequately address concerns and root out the real causes of this Singaporean unemployment problems.
And the guidelines are so general it casts serious doubts on their effectiveness if I may say so. If the employers are found to have infringed the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act, they will be dealt with accordingly. Such a shame and pity!
In this senseits common sense that they are taking away our rice bowl. My interview was delayed by 45 minutes as there was another candidate.
HR is very unprofessional in the scheduling of interviews.The employment of foreign workers in Singapore is closely regulated by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) in Singapore. This article aims to provide a broad overview for employers intending to employ foreign workers in Singapore.
Application. I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Ministry of Manpower (Singapore (Singapore)) in March Interview.
Three rounds, first round is an online written assessment and second round is an 'informal' group ultimedescente.com: Anonymous Employee. To, Date: . Work Pass Division, Ministry Of Manpower.
18 Havelock Road. Singapore Dear Sir / Madam. Reader's Letter to the MOM: Dear Ministry of Manpower, As a true blue Singaporean, I would like to suggest to the MOM and the Government of Singapore to take immediate action by not allowing foreigners like the Phillippines to come to Singapore as a tourist and apply for a jobs in the service industry and approving their work pass to be able to stay.
I interviewed at Ministry of Manpower (Singapore (Singapore)) in May Interview Panel interview, very easy interview, process takes about 2 weeks from 1st email to setting up appointment for the interview and getting the results of the interview.
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