Broaner wrote:Thank you for your repky once again Sms.
Yup, i have checked online and i'm absolutely certain that my pass have been approved. I'm currently holding a long term visit pass and i had been studying in singapore for 10 years, i've just recently graduated so i am helpless in this situation.
Can you advised me? What should i do? How should i ask the manager about the pass? I want to start working as soon as possible.
Hi sms, I've been lurking around this forum for some time and joined because I was intrigued by the topic.sundaymorningstaple wrote:First of all, let me say, your English is pretty good. But the problem I'm having at the moment, comes from the above paragraph. It might be purely a function of not being a native English speaker, or it might mean something else more basic......54nd1990 wrote: It's basically a long story... I will try to keep it short though.
And so, i gathered my courage and told my boss I want to withdraw myself. He totally understood me, He shook my hand and he told me it is such a loss since he thinks I am a good candidate, it is just I have alot in mind with my father suddenly collapsed and needed a surgery. So, he told me that I should write a resignation letter so that it doesn't look like I was the one who was fired by the company, but instead, it is me who withdrawn from the company, so that I do not have any bad record in MOM. he said that CLEARLY. and so, i did it, i created a withdrawal letter, it was signed, and my withdrawal process going smoothly.
So, he told me that I should write a resignation letter so that it doesn't look like I was the one who was fired by the company,
I don't want this to be confrontational and I do understand you are upset, but something need clarification in your story.....
Letter of Resignation: This is normally what most employers do when "firing" an employee so that the employee doesn't have a termination on his CV employment history. But this statement is never "advised" by the employer for a person who has voluntarily resigned from the company as it's not necessary. So, to me, your mentioning it, tells me that something is amiss in your telling of the facts. Did you quit without notice? Did you give any notice at all? Did you, in fact, get terminated by the employer? Something just doesn't sit quite right. Help me out here, cause at the moment, I see an employee who was terminated and blacklisted by the employer, not as a person who voluntarily left his job.......
HI,I have the same problem with you also. I applied S Pass a few times and all were rejected with the same reason. I am not eligible to apply for a work pass. Have u obtained your work pass? please advise how to do. I am in difficult situation and hope God will show his miracle to me.54nd1990 wrote:Hi all, I am wondering how is the application of EP being processed.
Currently I have a company which offered me a job and we applied for EP about a month ago. However, it got rejected. My HR called MOM and asked about the rejection reason. It seems that it is because I written my salary wrongly (it is never my intention to overstate, I just misunderstood the question), in the form it was written "last drawn salary" i thought it was for one whole month. so i wrote my past monthly salary. MOM thought I was trying to commit a fraud. "last drawn salary" means whatever you have received after your work. I have misunderstood this.
So we submitted an appeal, together with clarification letter from my company, my personal bank statement for proof im not committing a fraud, and my last payslip to prove it is the monthly salary and "what you are asking" is salary which I got, not my monthly salary.
Today is the third week, and it got rejected again. I cannot understand the reason... MOM didn't give any reason this time. Then since my company has some branches (with different company name and reg number) they tried to apply an S-Pass for me again. It stated there "this candidate is not applicable for a working pass. please find another candidate".
I don't know, what did I do wrong? I am wondering is this why my appeal is rejected? I waited 3 weeks for this result. If I am not suitable, then why not just tell me on the first rejection... instead MOM asked about something else, I thought that was the real reason.
My job is managing my company accounts, since my company has so many ventures across south east asia, my job is to manage the accounts for these ventures in Indonesia from Singapore, since I am an Indonesian citizen, I can speak the language fluently. these ventures are divided by countries, such as thailand, taiwan, hongkong, singapore, malaysia, etc. so they are looking for each country's citizen who can speak the local language.
My payment met the requirement of EP and I have an EPEC, but I doubt that will help much.
I'm just wondering why am I being rejected for so many times.
54nd1990 hasn't posted here for over two years; it looks like they didn't like the answers that SMS provided.Lunakwok wrote:HI,I have the same problem with you also. I applied S Pass a few times and all were rejected with the same reason. I am not eligible to apply for a work pass. Have u obtained your work pass? please advise how to do. I am in difficult situation and hope God will show his miracle to me.54nd1990 wrote: .....
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