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Almost_In_Singapore
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EP - S Pass or P Pass

Post by Almost_In_Singapore » Wed, 08 Aug 2007 7:42 pm

Hi,

As per the MOM website, I qualify for application of a P pass - P 2 pass. But, my employer I think has applied for an S Pass for me.

What are the differences? Would I stand to lose out on some things if I have an S pass? Can someone throw some light on this..

I am confused.

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Re: EP - S Pass or P Pass

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 08 Aug 2007 9:33 pm

Almost_In_Singapore wrote:Hi,

As per the MOM website, I qualify for application of a P pass - P 2 pass. But, my employer I think has applied for an S Pass for me.

What are the differences? Would I stand to lose out on some things if I have an S pass? Can someone throw some light on this..

I am confused.

Cheers
This should answer all your questions:

Work Passes Overview

Yes, as the level of pass goes up so do the privileges.

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