Singaporeans who work for Emirates as waiters and waitresses do not receive CPF from their employers. They are hired as foreign nationals, as are 70% of the workforce in the UAE. I know you're grossly uneducated, and don't know many things of the world, so I understand your confusion.walawe wrote:singaporeexpat7 wrote: That's because professionals and white collar employees receive our 17% cpf employer contribution on our full salary, unlike you. What's your cpf contribution? Probably on a pathetic figure like your sad $1k salary. Not to mention our bonuses, which come in double to triple digits, make yours look like a joke. Even if you had 4 month bonus, what is it in total, $4k? Lol not even 1 month salary of professionals, which is very amusing indeed. I must remind you that our bonuses get further 17% cpf contribution.
This is WHY, professionals (who don't just work in the private sector, stupid) refer to our gross income. Gettit?
There are Singaporean air servers based in Dubai who receive no CPF at all, since they are hired as foreign nationals. Those pathetic fools are the saddest, after rotting in a sandpit for years return with basically nothing but air and sand in their cpf accounts, not even enough to get a subsidized government flat.
An air server job is one undertaken by the most uneducated and unprivileged rung of society. True enough the compensation reflects so.
You are dumbest assh*le in this forum!
Those who works in Dubai are Singaporean professionals, I'm not really sure if you are, dumb stinky shit!
I'd rather be an air server than to be an air idiot like you singaporeexpat7. It's the experience that counts and how they become the human they are.
And you have also become the animal that you are singaporeexpat7dumbfart, for making people's lives like hell!
MabelSoe is just sharing her opinion, you lame b#stard!
You are the pathetic fool who has nothing to do in life but to scratch your tiny balls at home and reply on forums like this!
Only Singaporeans and PRs working in Singapore receive CPF contributions. Singaporeans who work outside of Singapore do not receive CPF contributions unless 1) they were hired within Singapore first, and then posted overseas or 2) they are hired by the Singapore government and work in one of the Singapore overseas missions under MFA, MTI, IE Singapore.
Waiter, you are severely confused over the term 'professionals'.
Are you actually under the delusion that the trashy serving job you do is deemed a "profession" in the eyes of anyone but yourself? This is hilarious. I am not talking about the white-collar executives in Dubai.
The only people who dream that the slaves doing this job are called "professionals" are the slaves doing this job. What's the minimum educational requirement of this job? I have done my checks. And all over the world, it only requires high school or less.
And some of your peons and serfs have the gall to think you can be compared to nurses. In the US and Australia, all registered nurses must have college specialized nursing degrees. I did my checks and in Singapore, registered nurses must have a recognized nursing diploma and are encouraged to take a nursing degree.
It speaks volumes of the skill level of a job when the requirement needed is less than high school in most parts of the world. I read in this forum and there are some people who do not even have GCE O level and are "forced" to apply for this peon job in the UAE. All of you are really a bunch of low-class peons and serfs. Of course you don't know what these words mean. You may check the dictionary for the meaning of "peon" or "serf", you blue-collar worker.