Get a life! This person is asking valid questions, trying to understand her options. You have added zero to her understanding.Wd40 wrote:Dicymoon, reading your 1st thread in the forum in which you asked whether EP is better or LoC is better, bank is better or Financial Institution is better, bank has IT environment or not. Your comments came across as very naive and someone with an attitude problem.
I am sure you attitude also shows up in the interview process. I hope you now realize that as a foreigner here, that too as a trailing spouse, you need to be more humble than that.
This is a stunning request and I've never heard of this.PNGMK wrote:I've never had that happen to me. I'd have seriously considered not moving forward if asked that.dicymoon wrote:But the reason for resignation was that agency asked me to produce the relieving letter from old company. I tried my best to get that in a week's time and when i produced that they told that my offer is not confirmed due to some illogical reason. They are still asking me to wait after a lot of long discussion and argument.
If you think that is the reason, you can check this site, if they have posted the ad. Also you can check how many people have applied to the position. Pray that no Singaporean/PR has applied or those that have applied are not good enough.dicymoon wrote:Thanks people!! btw I did some research and found out that the agency did not post an ad for the job vacancy at least for 14 days and without that they were trying to go for approval from the client.I think this might be the reason that the client asked us to wait for 2 weeks..
I read about your run of bad luck earlier in the thread. So firstly, my condolences. I found myself returning to my home country in January 2009 just as the fall-out of the 2008 financial crisis was gaining steam. Nothing knocks the self-esteem and self-confidence as much as living on your savings with little in the way of job prospects while pounding the pavement looking for work. But then, suddenly you'll get the right interview of the right job and all of that will change. The trick (or exceptionally hard part) is to maintain a positive attitude.Wd40 wrote:I have been monitoring the jobsbank for the last one month that its up for my skill area in IT and I find that the number of Singaporeans/PRs who have applied is like really really low, like may be 6 people max for a position that is open since 1 month. Either the jobsbank is still not widely known by Singaporeans or that there really aren't enough Singaporeans/PRs to fill tech jobs.
I should preface any post I make on this kind of thing with the disclaimer that my visibility and experience is restricted to my own little microcosm - senior level IT (with a minor in banking technology).sundaymorningstaple wrote:Or will slam the door permanently. Which is what I fear for a lot of EP holders who ARE, simply put, replaceable by locals and it will put a brake on those foreign HR practitioners who hire only their own to the exclusion of the locals. I'd say at least 50% of the EP holders in Singapore easily fall into this category.
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