Tag: PMET

Calvin Cheng: Cancelling free-trade agreements such as CECA will not protect local jobs

Singapore — In a Facebook post, former Nominated Member of Parliament Calvin Cheng has argued that cancelling free-trade agreements such as the India-Singapore Comprehensive...

PSP’s Francis Yuen’s defines ‘foreign talent,’ noting the need for it only if genuine

Singapore – Francis Yuen, assistant secretary-general of the opposition Progress Singapore Party (PSP) on Saturday (Sept 26) said the country may still need foreign...

“Business owners who want to hire foreign Indians should migrate to India with their...

A netizen's post in the public Facebook group, Concerned Citizens Band Together for a Better Singapore has sparked a conversation among Facebook users regarding the hiring...

Lim Tean: Stop describing foreign workers as ‘talents’

Singapore – Opposition People's Voice (PV) leader Lim Tean took to social media urging the public to "immediately stop describing foreigners who come to...

Lim Tean starts petition to abolish CECA; to be submitted to Parliament

Singapore – Opposition People’s Voice (PV) leader Lim Tean started a petition calling for the abolishment of the CECA (Singapore-India Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement),...

Salary criteria for Employment and S Passes to be raised; public asks why not...

Singapore – In response to the Ministry of Manpower’s announcement that the salary criteria for Employment and S Passes would be raised, the public...

When Singaporeans are unemployed but foreigners have jobs: “It’s not xenophobia”

Singapore -- Opposition Peoples Voice leader Lim Tean, commenting on Facebook on the issue of foreigners being employed when there were Singaporeans who were...

Lim Tean backs blogger/activist’s query: How many Singaporeans hold these jobs?

Singapore -- Peoples Voice party leader Lim Tean has supported blogger and activist Leong Sze Hian's call for transparency to provide a breakdown of...

Senior HR leader called out for “insubordination” when she insisted on hiring Singaporean PMETs

A Senior Human Resource Leader wrote online that she was called out for “insubordination” when she insisted on hiring Singaporean PMETs. In a post on...

Another 47 firms added on watch list for possible discriminatory hiring; public highlights PMET...

Singapore – The issue of hiring practices and preferences for PMETs was highlighted by the public after news of more firms were added to...
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