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Old 06-08-2020, 06:44 PM   #1
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47 more employers on watch list for potentially discriminatory hiring practices

YAHOO HAS BEEN REMOVING THE COMMENTS SECTION.


https://sg.news.yahoo.com/47-more-em...010953088.html


Quote "MOM said that the employers were put on the watch list because of their exceptionally high shares of foreign professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs) when compared to their industry peers."

1) Did MOM do anything to get back our jobs?


Quote "Collectively, these companies hire about 2,000 EP holders and more than 2,800 local PMETs."

MOM said that all 30 of the financial and professional services employers have a “high concentration of PMETs from single nationalities”.


2) Which single nationality do these financial and professional services employers hire? Why did Yahoo not want to reveal?
I think everyone can just guess?
Are all these FTAs and CECAs signed by the government seriously putting more harm in local born Singaporeans' jobs??



Quote "The ministry added that another 240 firms were identified through data analytics for possible pre-selection of foreigners or not adhering to the spirit of the job advertising requirement under the framework, and will be further investigated."


3) Identified. But is there anything that was done about it, to those local born Singaporeans (in their 40s-50s) unfairly dismissed??
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