ZOOM Singapore

The company worked with Singapore's Economic Development Board in setting up the new data centre.

The company also plans to hire more Singapore employees, said Abe Smith, head of international at Zoom.

The company worked with Singapore's Economic Development Board in setting up the new data centre.

The company also plans to hire more Singapore employees, said Abe Smith, head of international at Zoom.



Read More
WP Workers' Party

How can it be that after more than 20 years, WP is 'unable' to build a single MP office for their residents?

Is WP such an unprogressive party? Each MP collects $192k in a year and a number of them have been MPs for at least 2 terms.

Their combined resources are more than enough to build one office even without calling for donations.

WP have every means to build comfortable air-conditioned offices but they prefer to stick with open sessions in the void deck to set up a very visible inequality to make themselves look like victims in a system.



Read More
NTUC Job Security Council

The strong tripartite relationship between unions, employers and government is what sees Singapore through each crisis.

A weak labour movement cannot represent workers properly. It cannot get a fair deal from employers, cannot protect workers. What is bad for workers is bad for Singapore.

On the other hand, a strong labour movement but hostile, antagonistic and focused only on short-term interests of their members will hold back the country, and eventually, workers will get hurt.

A strong labour movement with strong support from workers, with a seat at the table, working closely and constructively with the government and employers working constructively to get the best deal for workers and find win-win solutions to all and advance national interests.

The strong tripartite relationship between unions, employers and government is what sees Singapore through each crisis.

A weak labour movement cannot represent workers properly. It cannot get a fair deal from employers, cannot protect workers. What is bad for workers is bad for Singapore.

On the other hand, a strong labour movement but hostile, antagonistic and focused only on short-term interests of their members will hold back the country, and eventually, workers will get hurt.

A strong labour movement with strong support from workers, with a seat at the table, working closely and constructively with the government and employers working constructively to get the best deal for workers and find win-win solutions to all and advance national interests.



Read More
crisis opportunity Transforming our economy

We are living in unprecedented times. Let us continue to focus our minds on making the best use of what we have, to build a stronger economy and a more cohesive society.

It is a difficult journey ahead, but you will not walk alone.

We are faced with an extraordinary crisis, but we are one people with extraordinary courage, commitment, and can-do spirit.

We have the fortitude to improvise, adapt, and overcome the uncertainties. We have the resilience to weather the difficulties, turn challenges into opportunities, and prepare for the future.

And we will stand in solidarity as one united Singapore to beat this crisis and emerge stronger as a nation.

We are living in unprecedented times. Let us continue to focus our minds on making the best use of what we have, to build a stronger economy and a more cohesive society. It is a difficult journey ahead, but you will not walk alone. We are faced with an extraordinary crisis, but we are one people with extraordinary courage, commitment, and can-do spirit.

We have the fortitude to improvise, adapt, and overcome the uncertainties. We have the resilience to weather the difficulties, turn challenges into opportunities, and prepare for the future. And we will stand in solidarity as one united Singapore to beat this crisis and emerge stronger as a nation.



Read More