The proverb said ‘the shameless can be fearless’. Though government has ordered repeatedly that those companies who hire foreign workers should follow Employment Act in Singapore, yet some of employers still risk the big things for the sake of small ones. Recent spot check from Migrant Workers’ Centre released that 50 workers live in unsafe and unhygienic 2 units in Selegie Centre near Little India. Continue reading
According to the news from Ministry of Manpower on 4 Nov, 2014, the operators of large foreign workers’ dormitories are being imposed to comply with Foreign Employee Dormitories Bill. Continue reading
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Does the incident at Little India in 2013 mean foreign workers who are not satisfied with working in Singapore? The finding of recent survey which was conducted by Ministry Of Manpower and Migrant Workers Centre apparently answered the question. Continue reading
‘We are a group of secondary school students from Hwa Chong Institution who are working on a project about foreign workers. The aim of our project would be to highlight the roles of foreign workers in Singapore’s society and the contributions they make. Continue reading
To alleviate simmering public anger over immigration from local citizens, Singapore government has planned to limit foreign workforce inflow. Several measures are already being implemented, such as raising foreign workers’ levy paid by their employers, policies to ensure local workers are not being undercut by qualified foreigners, etc. More than SGD 2 billion infrastructure projects are deferred to limit the demand of foreign workers is released by government recently. Continue reading
According to the Labour Market 2013 released by MOM and the news from The Straits Times, the trends of foreign workers’ development are set out as follows. Continue reading
MH370, one of airplanes of Malaysia airline, lost contact after 2:40 am at Vietnam Time on 8 Mar, 2014. It was carrying 239 passengers from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. According to the news update, there are at least 9 passengers who serve construction industry as Chinese migrant workers in Singapore (Chinese News Net 2014).
Singapore Lian He Zao Bao, Chinese News Net (Chinese News Net 2014) and The Beijing News (The Beijing News 2014) revealed some name list of foreign workers:
Ding Li Jun, 43 years old
Feng Dong, 21 years old
Liu Qiang, 40 years old
Song Kun, 25 years old
Wang Yong Hui, 33 years old
The family members of the passengers on flight MH370 are shocked by this tragedy. For example, the mother of Bian Liang Jin sorrowfully said, ‘I will never let him go if he reaches home safely this time’ (The Beijing News 2014).
Let’s pray for them. Bless them all! Continue reading
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