The Truth About The Fair Consideration Framework

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Note: The text in the speech bubbles in the images of Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin are taken from the MOM’s press release on the Fair Consideration Framework, which can be found here.

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16 comments

  1. mee siam bo hum

    This illustration of yours speaks millions, compared to all the shit the MOM tried to tell you.
    If you can’t convinve them, confuse them, that’s what they are trying to do to the daft 60 %.

  2. Sumiko Chan

    This article leaves the PAP supporters totally speechless. See, no comments at all. LOL.
    It clears all doubts on the ineffectiveness of MOM led by Tan Chuan Jin.

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  5. passerby

    Wow. You completely left out the fact that MOM does have guidelines to identify the firms. MOM said they will look at firms which receive a lot of complaints, and with disproportionately few Singaporean PMEs.

    I actually thought you were raising good points, and then you had to blatantly misinform. But then again, that’s typical for this website.

      • passerby

        Er, I just stated them.

        http://www.mom.gov.sg/newsroom/Pages/PressReleasesDetail.aspx?listid=523
        “MOM and other government agencies will also identify firms that may have scope to improve their hiring and career development practices. For example, these firms may have a disproportionately low concentration of Singaporeans at the PME level compared to others in their industry or have had repeated complaints of nationality-based or other discriminatory HR practices.”

        In other words, the guidelines MOM will use to identify the firms include:
        – disproportionately low concentration of Singaporeans at the PME level compared to others in their industry
        – repeated complaints of nationality-based or other discriminatory HR practices

        I don’t know how much simpler it has to be explained to you…

  6. Roy Ngerng

    Hi to all readers,

    To also clarify and be clear, I had written this set of articles on the ‘Fair Employment Framework’, because my aim is to show the loopholes that this “framework” has.

    Also, if the government is sincere about encouraging employers to employ Singaporeans “fairly”,
    (1) There needs to be much more defined and clearer articulation of what the guidelines and proof of workings are.
    (2) The “framework” should also not be discriminatory. It’s current format harks back to policies of “eugenics” that the PAP had created before. (Old habits die hard, eh?)

    To have a complete idea of what the “framework” is about, or not, you can see the links below:
    https://thehearttruths.com/2013/09/25/the-truth-about-the-fair-consideration-framework/
    https://thehearttruths.com/2013/09/26/the-fair-consideration-framework-is-just-a-new-job-recruitment-website/
    https://thehearttruths.com/2013/09/24/what-do-you-think-of-the-new-fair-consideration-framework/
    https://thehearttruths.com/2013/09/26/why-did-the-fair-consideration-framework-only-cover-degree-holders/

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