Review your social media etiquette

17/4/2021 3:16:00 AM

Review your social media etiquette

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Singapore returns to tighter COVID-19 measures: What's allowed under the new rules?

SINGAPORE: With the recent rise in COVID-19 cases in the community, Singapore has announced tighter measures for about three weeks from Saturday ...

OCBC says it 'may not need so many branches' with plans to review office spaceSINGAPORE: Singapore’s second largest bank OCBC will be reviewing its office space requirements, including the number of bank branches it has, ... And with the success the of wfh for some of the positions, why bring the foreigner here to work when you can hire them directly from their own country without having them come here, pay the tax, contribute to the work pass levy, cost lesser and hired as a contractor.

Homeland Security launches review of extremism within agencyThe Department of Homeland Security on Monday (Apr 26) announced an internal review to assess the threat of violent extremism from within the ...

Calls to review practice of transporting workers in lorries after 2 accidentsSINGAPORE: Rubel, a migrant worker who has worked in Singapore for 10 years, has travelled both by lorry and by bus while working in Singapore. ... Banned in many developed democracies. The fact that this is still allowed epitomises the lack of care, & regard for dispensible migrant workers aka modern day slaves in Singapore. Next time use APC or army tonner to transport workers please. It is whether gov't wanted to ban lorry for transporting human at the back. Recall that a couple of years ago, quite a number of fatal traffic accidents involved lorries with workers at the back, excuses like, huge cost for employers to get buses, no practicable to use buses...

Seo Bok review: Park Bo Gum is a violent psychic in his latest sci-fi thrillerIn Seo Nok, Park Bo Gum is a human clone who needs protection from his bodyguard (Gong Yoo). Except he doesn't really need protection because he's an omnipotent telekinetic.

Toyota to review climate stance as investors turn up the heatTOKYO: Japan's Toyota Motor signalled a shift in its climate change stance on Monday (Apr 19), saying it would review its lobbying and be more ...