View Poll Results: Are you worried?

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  • 6 mths

    3 21.43%
  • 1 year

    2 14.29%
  • 2 years

    2 14.29%
  • Already jobless

    2 14.29%
  • Others

    5 35.71%
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Thread: Are u worried?

  1. #1
    KingKongChar
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    Default Are u worried?

    More and more GLCs are laying off staffs, want to have a picture of how people see their rice bowl in mid term.


    Do you think you'll be retrenched in the next few mths? This poll is for all employed clubsnappers whether working in GLC or private sector.
    Last edited by KingKongChar; 11th July 2003 at 09:44 PM.

  2. #2
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    You are asking people who are in GLCs? I think there are people who don't even know they are working in GLCs ...

  3. #3

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    Thinking of emigrating to UK.

  4. #4
    KingKongChar
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    Originally posted by eug
    You are asking people who are in GLCs? I think there are people who don't even know they are working in GLCs ...

    This poll is for ppl from both GLC or private sectors.

  5. #5
    KingKongChar
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    Originally posted by reno77
    Thinking of emigrating to UK.
    Wah! Serious?

  6. #6

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    wat is GLC ??? Gobal Local Company?

  7. #7

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    Government Linked Companies.
    especially the ones which Temasek holdings have a huge share.

  8. #8
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    Originally posted by reno77
    Thinking of emigrating to UK.
    say... reno77, you must have been away in UK for sometime and finding it difficult to fit yourself back into the local singapore society..?? so much so you're thinking of migrating to UK

    If the above is correct, you're NOT alone...

  9. #9
    Pegasus
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    Don't quote me on this. But someone told me that public sector used to absorb the unemployed previously whenever the economy go soft. Now the economy is soft, but the public sector and GLCs are also retenching (or thinking of retecnching) people.

    I find it very funny when the government said there are jobs plentiful in the market. It's mostly blue-collar jobs. And that's why we now have graduates doing security guards, waiters etc. And the rate that we kept on producing graduates like factory automated output, I really quote the economy can absorb them all in.

    I think Singapore is in deep ****.

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