Knock other's car, still want to receive compensation. This is worse than robbers! To bend the rules to their own advantage in OPEN DAYLIGHT!
I am worry for poor singaporeans in this pond of "Big Fish bullying small fish".Throw the Big Fish into the sea, and see if it can still survive.
Just look at how our "big fish" kenna left, right, centre and especially behind in cases like China's Shuzhou Industrial Park, HK's telecom, Thailand's telecom, etc, The general feeling is that they are not welcome there, " you think you're damn big time isit? I'll eat you up, sh*t you out and flash you down the toilet !!! ".
I get paid more shooting part time ...... damn, I should find more time to shoot part time
I think they are still resting in the cradle. Too comfortable and simple at home. Fully supported and without any competition since there is no rival. How to grow up like this?
It's no brainer at home, until they venture into unfamiliar territories. Then they will know what is Big Fish in real life.
Of course, that supermarket followed up with letter of demand from their lawyers. This time I was excited. I told her to ignore every single letter. I want to see how much money and time they are willing to continue to collect that $102.
At least, in this instance, they gave up after a year! They must have sent like 3 lawyer letters and numerous phone calls. How much money is that wasted?
CS says, "We can't help you ignore yourself."
If you want to let NTUC know about it, you personally can raise it to Mr Lim Swee Say or Mr. Lim Boon Heng at their meet the people sessions.
Be sure to name the staff i/c of the NTUC outfit accurately.
This will help to zero in on the problem.
And better still offer to pay the $102 back to either of the Mr. Lim personally. This should be done to give you the moral high ground.
Just tell them not to allow NTUC (of all the organisations -- this one that champions workers' rights) to delay payment of salary while the screwed up accounting department calculates how much to pay them. (wrongly as it turned out - they take 1 month to calculate a simple sum and ended up doing so wrongly). I am not sure if the NTUC have broken the Employment Act by holding back worker's salaries for 1 month plus. (not sure- someone can check it up).
And show either of the Mr. Lim the 3 fierce lawyers' letters. Mr. Lock's case shows some organisations do not control their legal departments well.
Last edited by ricohflex; 6th October 2007 at 12:20 AM.
Haha... look at the way they arrange their goods... Thats how bad this organisation is.... I dont do my shopping there.