SingPost to reduce postmen's workload in move to improve service standards
Singapore Post (SingPost) announced new measures to improve its service quality on Thursday (Feb 7), as part of a review of its postal operations ...
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 ...
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SingPost to beef up postmen numbers, introduce pay incentives to improve service quality
SingPost announces new measures to improve service standardsSingapore Post (SingPost) announced new measures to improve its service quality on Thursday (Feb 7), as part of a review of its postal operations ... Increase Pay everything will work
You’ve no mail: Time for SingPost to relook service standards, workers’ welfareIn response to the reports, “SingPost postman arrested after undelivered mail found discarded at Ang Mo Kio” and “
IMDA fines SingPost S$100,000 for not meeting quality of service standards in 2017THE Infocomm Media Development Authority ( IMDA ) has fined Singapore Post (SingPost) S$100,000 for not meeting quality of service (QoS) standards on delivery of local basic letters and registered mail in 2017. Read more at The Business Times.
SingPost fined $100,000 for failing to meet local mail delivery standards in 2017SINGAPORE - SingPost was handed a $100,000 penalty for failing to meet standards on the delivery of basic letters and registered mail here in 2017, in its highest fine to date.. Read more at straitstimes.com. I seem to never get my items as scheduled..
IMDA fines SingPost S$100,000 for series of service lapses in 2017imagine Poslaju
SingPost fined S$100,000 for not delivering mail on time in 2017: IMDAAccepting the fine, SingPost announced measures to improve its service, such as hiring 100 additional postmen and extending mail delivery slots to ...
SingPost's Q3 profit up 15.6% to S$50.2m on one-time gainAN exceptional S$28.2 million gain from the dilution of interest in a Chinese associate gave a fillip to Singapore Post's (SingPost) results for its third quarter. Read more at The Business Times.
SingPost CEO says it has been an exceptional quarter with profits rising 16%SingPost CEO, Paul Coutts, said that “It has been an exceptional quarter, with strong performance across the group, other than the US which remains challenging.”
SingPost responds to allegation that it took four months to process Government letterSingapore Post (SingPost) has responded to a local business owner’s allegations that it took four months to process an official letter, causing him to miss a deadline that could have jeopardised his business.