Here's my view: stop worrying and just apply. It costs you nothing and it costs the company virtually nothing (S$10!). Once you get the yea or the nay, you'll know that either it's possible to move to Singapore, or either it's not.Mike_Naylor wrote:Not really sure that the MOM take any of that into account! But, maybe they are less likely to turn applications down in industries where they hardly get any?
One downside: your base salary has to be agreed on before they can apply for EP, since it can't be changed afterwards. However, benefits, bonuses and basically anything that increases your take-home pay etc can be adjusted freely, just get everything in writing.