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PRIMARY CARE PLAN (PCP)

By 31 March 2023, all employers must buy Primary Care Plan (PCP) for their employees which will cover most of the employee’s primary healthcare needs under a fixed scope of services. Primary Care Plan (PCP) Scheme Who is eligible: A PCP is mandatory for Work Permit holders (excluding MDWs) and S Pass holders who: Stay in dormitories OR Work in CMP sectors PCP is optional for Work Permit and S Pass holders who live in the community and work in non-CMP sectors. Benefits of PCP: Provide quality, accessible and affordable primary care to migrant workers Support proactive public health surveillance to minimize risks of large outbreaks and work disruption Provide peace of mind for both employers and migrant workers Services included: One statutory medical examination for work pass application or renewal Unlimited acute and chronic consultations One annual basic health screening Telemedicine and medication delivery Scheduled transportation to and from dormitories and MOM medical centers. Prioritized for workers who are reporting sick at MOM medical centers. Excludes routine specialist appointments. Ambulance or special transport services to other medical facilities, if necessary. Eligible employees can get the services at: 24/7 telemedicine services (FWMOMCare) Medical centers Designated GP clinics in partnership with Anchor Operators Price: PCP price range from $108 to $138 per worker annually, payable by monthly instalments. You must buy PCP for eligible employees from Anchor Operators (AOs) based on where your employee stays. Employees must also pay additional fees: $5 (excluding GST) for medical treatment at each visit to the medical center $2 (excluding GST) for each telemedicine service Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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LAUNCH OF NEW WORK PASS FROM 2023

The new Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass is introduced for top talents from any sector earning a monthly salary of minimum S$30,000. Alternatively, individuals with outstanding achievements in arts and culture, science and technology, academia and research, or sports may qualify, even if they do not meet the salary criterion. Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass Key details of the pass Who is it for Top talents in the area of business, arts and culture, science and technology, academia and research, or sports. Eligibility Candidates may apply directly if they meet the eligibility criteria. More details will be released closer to 1 January 2023. Minimum Salary – Earned a fixed monthly salary of at least S$30,000 within the last 12 months OR – Will earn a fixed monthly salary of at least S$30,000 under their future employer based in Singapore Note: Individuals with outstanding achievements in arts and culture, science and technology, academia and research, or sports may qualify, even if they do not meet the salary criteria. Duration of pass – First time candidates: 5 years – Subsequent renewals: 5 years Renewability Yes, if meet the renewal criteria. Family passes Dependant’s Pass and Long Term Visit Pass is available for certain family members. Spouses of the pass holder may obtain a Letter of Consent to work in Singapore. Quota/Foreign worker levy No quota or foreign worker levy is required. Salary criteria Existing work pass holders and overseas candidates can apply if they meet either of the salary criteria below: Earned a fixed monthly salary of at least S$30,000 within the last 12 months Will earn a fixed monthly salary of at least S$30,000 under their future employer based in Singapore In addition to meeting the salary criteria above, overseas candidates will also need to show that they have been working for an established company overseas for at least 1 year, or will be working for an established company in Singapore. For a company to be considered established, it must have a market capitalization of at least US$500 million or an annual revenue of at least US$200 million. The Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass is renewable for 5 years each time. To be eligible for renewal, the pass holder must meet either of the following: Earned a fixed monthly salary of at least S$30,000 on average over the past 5 years in Singapore. Started and is operating a Singapore-based company that employs at least 5 locals, each earning at least S$5,000 (pegged to the EP minimum qualifying salary). Outstanding Achievements Individuals with outstanding achievements achievements in arts and culture, science and technology, academia and research, or sports may qualify for Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass, even if they do not meet the salary criteria. More details on the eligibility criteria for new applications and renewals under this route will be released closer to 1 January 2023.  Benefits of the Pass The Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass is a personalized pass tied to the individual and gives greater employment flexibility: You can start, operate, and work for multiple companies at any one time. You do not need to reapply for a new pass if you change jobs. Your spouse will be able to work on a Letter of Consent. Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass holders will not be subjected to the Complementarity Assessment Framework (COMPASS) and employers who wish to hire them are not subjected to the Fair Consideration Framework job advertising requirement. To ensure that the Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass holders are utilizing the flexibilities given to contribute meaningfully, MOM will request for the following information from the pass holders yearly:  Details on all your professional activities over the past year. The annual salary you have earned from all professional activities. This will contribute to their assessment of your eligibility for renewal. Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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CHANGES TO S PASS ELIGIBILITY

Beginning on 1 September 2022, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) will raise the qualifying salaries and levies for S Pass holders. This is to improve the quality of S Pass holders to become the top one-third of our local Associate Professionals and Technicians (APT) workforce. S Pass quotas will also be updated from 1 January 2023. Changes to S Pass qualifying salaries Older candidates will require a higher salary to qualify. The change in minimum qualifying salary for S Pass applications and renewals is shown below: Sector From 1 Sep 2022: New ApplicationsFrom 1 Sep 2023: Renewal of S Pass Financial Services $3,000 Increases with age, up to $4,500 for those in mid-40s. All (Exclude Financial Services) $3,500 Increases with age, up to $5,500 for those in mid-40s. Changes to S Pass levy rates The S Pass Basic/Tier 1 levy rate will be raised in 3 steps, as shown below:   From 1 Sep 2022 From 1 Sep 2023 From 1 Sept 2025 Change from $330 to $450 Change from $450 to $550 Change from $550 to $650 There will be no changes to the levy for Tier 2 S Pass holders, which will remain at $650. Changes to S Pass quota from 1 Jan 2023: From 1 Sep 2022 From 1 Sep 2023 From 1 Sept 2025 Change from $330 to $450 Change from $450 to $550 Change from $550 to $650 There will be no changes to the levy for Tier 2 S Pass holders, which will remain at $650. Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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Non-Traditional Sources (NTS) Occupation List

To take effect from 1 September 2023, businesses under Service and Manufacturing sectors will be allowed to hire Work Permit holders from NTS countries for specific occupations in the NTS occupation List. What is NTS Occupation List? Currently, companies are only allowed to hire Work Permit holders from the below countries: Malaysia People’s Republic of China (PRC) North Asian sources (NAS) Hong Kong (HKSAR passport) Macau South Korea Taiwan In the future, companies will be able to hire Work Permit holders from NTS countries for specific occupations. NTS Occupation List The NTS Occupation List will consists of positions like: Cooks in Indian restaurants Workers in food processing firms, e.g. vegetable picker, condiments & sauce makers Excludes: Food processing supervisors and general foremen Other food and beverage jobs like tasters, graders, bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionery makers Workers in manufacturing firms, e.g. general manufacturers, precision/transport engineering, automotive firms Working as: Sheet metal workers Welders and flame cutters Metal moulders and coremakers Riggers and cable splicers Structural metal repairers and erectors Requirements Companies must meet all of the below requirements: Subject to a quota for NTS Work Permit holders in the NTS Occupation List. NTS Work Permit holders must be higher-skilled (i.e. meet the R1 criteria). Work Permit holders must only perform the occupation stated on their work permit. When will it be introduced: The NTS Occupation List will begin to take effect from 1 September 2023, along with the first increase of S-Pass qualifying salary for renewals. The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) will review the list from time to time. More details will be provided as the date gets closer. Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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SG ARRIVAL CARD EXCEMPTED FOR LAND TRAVEL

Excempted for Land Travel Effective from April 15 2022, Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and Long-Term Pass holders who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will no longer have to fill up the SG Arrival Card when entering Singapore via land checkpoints. However, travelling entering Singapore via air or sea will still be required to fill up the SG Arrival Card. The decision to waive the SG Arrival Card requirement via land travel was made as The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) takes into account the traffic volume at both the Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints. This waiver will provide immense convenience to eligible travelers, especially those who commute back and forth daily for work or studies. Non-fully vaccinated Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and Long-Term Pass holders, along with short-term visitors entering via the land checkpoints, will still be required to fill up the SG Arrival Card before entry or within three days of arriving in Singapore. Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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LAND TRAVEL SG-MSIA

Important Things Before Leaving For Malaysia Before you leave for Malaysia, here is a list of things you need to take note of. Passport A passport validity of at least 6 months from entry date is needed to enter Malaysia. If your passport has expired, you may renew it online for $70. From 1 October 2021, the validity period of Singapore passports ha been increased to 10 years instead of the usual 5 years. However, expect a longer processing time as many Singaporeans are also rushing to renew their passports. Ringgit Bills The current exchange rate at Singapore money changers is about $1 for RM3.10. While the rates are similar everywhere, there are no guarantee that your favorite money changer in Malaysia is still operating. It is best to exchange your money before you leave Singapore. MySejahtera App The MySejahtera app is Malaysia’s version of our TraceTogether app. The app is used to aid in contact tracing as well as proof of vaccination. You need to register and activate your account before crossing the border. You may download the app from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Transport Travelers may use the Vaccinated Bus Services, private cars and motorcycles to cross the border. For those who would like to walk across the Causeway, it is permitted too. As of now, there are still no news on the availability of public bus services. Therefore, private transport may be your best option. Furthermore, the KTM Shuttle Tebrau service will be unavailable at least until May 2022. VEP and Touch’n Go All Singapore vehicles looking to drive into Malaysia is required to obtain a Foreign Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) before they are allowed to enter Malaysia. They will also have to pay a Road Charge of RM20 using their Touch’n Go card. You may want to make sure your Touch’n Go card is still valid and have sufficient balance before crossing the border so you do not end up holding up the traffic. Note: All Singapore-registered private vehicles will be exempted from paying toll charges and the Road Charge when entering Malaysia from 1 April to 7 April 2022. This is to facilitate a quicker border crossover for vehicles. Pump your petrol As exciting as it is to be able to finally pump Malaysian petrol, do keep in mind that all Singapore vehicles are required to have at a fuel tank of minimum three quarters before leaving Singapore. Although fuel prices are going up, that should not be an excuse to break the law. A motorist not following the rules can be fined up to $500 or prosecuted in court. Covid Testing is Not required Fully vaccinated travelers crossing thee borders are no longer required to do both pre-departure and on-arrival Covid testing. Children under 12 may travel without needing to show proof of vaccination. Do note that if you are 60 years and above, you are required to have the third booster shot to be considered fully vaccinated. This applies to the following commonly administered vaccinations: Moderna, Pfizer, Sinopharm, and Sinovac. Travel Insurance is no longer needed Short term visitors entering Malaysia were required to buy Covid-19 travel insurance. However, in a recent change, from 1 April 2022, all fully vaccinated short-term visitors from Singapore do not need to have COVID-19 travel insurance. With that being said, you should not neglect your car insurance though. If your current coverage is limited to third-party only, you may want to extend it to third-party fire and theft before crossing the Causeway. Masks are still compulsory in Malaysia Although wearing masks in outdoor settings is now optional in Singapore, that is not the case in Malaysia. It is still compulsory to have your mask on at all times. Ramadan The reopening of the borders clashes with Ramadan, which starts on 3 April and ends on 2 May 2022. During this period, Muslims are required to fast from dawn to dusk. As Malaysia is a Muslim-majority country, expect certain FnB businesses to be closed during the first half of the day. SG Arrival Card Lastly, you MUST complete the SG Arrival Card within 3 days of arriving back in Singapore. This applies to ALL travelers including local Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, and Long-term Pass holders. You may complete the SG Arrival Card online, or download the official mobile application from the app store. That completes everything you need to know before crossing the borders into Malaysia. Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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10 Things you should never say at work 10句你不应该在工作场所说的话

Things Not To Say at Work “That’s not my job.”If you’re requested to do something that is out of your job description, it isn’t always because a boss is trying to take advantage of you. Often, it’s because a manager believes you can perform the task. It is, in a sense, a challenge, and if you respond with “it’s not my job,” you’re letting them know that you’re not up to that challenge   “It’s not fair.”“Life’s not always fair.” In short, get over it. Life isn’t fair. Saying this is not professional behavior in the workplace and makes you come across as immature. If you are being given more work than your counterparts, think of it as an opportunity to set yourself apart. However, if things are really lopsided and you feel that you are truly being dealt with unfairly, you may need to address it tactfully and have a face-to-face sit down with your boss.   “I’ll Try”It implies that there is the possibility that whatever management are requesting, may not be done. Instead, use “I will…” and my confidence in you will instantly return. If you think you’re unable to do it within the timeline, say so and present a more realistic option.   “I think that …”This is a natural way to bring up an opinion for many people, but it’s not a very persuasive way to present ideas. To seem more sure of yourself, replace it with words of conviction: “I believe that, ” “I am certain that,” or “I trust that.”   “No Problem”This seems to be an increasingly common replacement for “You’re welcome.” The thing is, it can give the wrong impression, namely that the person asking for your help has been a bother. In business and social situations, if you want to be perceived as well-mannered and considerate, respond to thank you’s to, “You’re welcome” or “my pleasure,” and you will come across as being much friendlier.   “I don’t have time to talk right now”If the phone rings and you’re incapable of talking, don’t take the call! Let your voicemail do its job. Otherwise, it may come across the wrong way. Similarly, if you run into someone at the office and you’re in a hurry, tell them and offer to book a meeting later to discuss whatever is on their mind.   “You’re all dressed up today! Have job interview somewhere?”When you say this to a co-worker, you’re implying that the other person doesn’t care enough about their current job to dress up for it, they don ‘t usually dress that nice, or you suspect they’re actually trying to leave the company. What if they actually do have an interview? Awkward.   “How old are you?”It happens all the time. You learn how old a co-worker is and you just can’t believe it. However, this is a tricky situation. If they are younger than you thought, you’ve just declared that they look older. If they are older than you thought, you’ve hinted at their maturity or experience level.   “It’s all your fault.”This one is fairly obvious—direct blame never looks good. Lashing out and blaming others not only doesn’t solve the problem at hand, it wrecks business relationships and can seriously hurt your career. Instead, focus on Solving the problem and then, when things are quieter, finding out how to prevent it from happening again.   “Are you pregnant?”Just never ask this question at the workplace AND outside the workplace. If someone is pregnant, it is for them to tell you when and if they choose. By asking this you risk letting the cat out of the bag or , worse yet, being completely wrong. If you are wrong, things get really uncomfortable.   ” That’s not my job”If you’re asked to do something outside of your job description, it’s not always because the boss is trying to take advantage of you. That’s because the manager trusts you to perform the task. It’s a challenge in the sense that if you answer “It’s not my job,” you’re letting them know that you don’t have the confidence to handle the challenge.   “Life is not always fair.”“Life is not always fair.” In short, get over it. Life isn’t fair. Saying something like this is not professional behavior in the workplace and will make you feel immature. If you get more work than your colleagues, think of it as an opportunity to differentiate yourself. However, if things are really imbalanced and you feel like you’re being treated unfairly, then you may need to sit down with your boss face-to-face and address it tactfully.   ” I’ll try”means that whatever management asks for, there’s a chance it won’t be done. Use “I will…” instead, and management’s confidence in you will be restored instantly. If you don’t think you can complete this task within the time limit, speak up and come up with a more realistic option.   ” I feel like “For many people, it’s a natural way to express an opinion, but it’s not a very convincing way to express an idea. To be more sure of yourself, use the following belief words: “I believe,” “I’m sure,” or “I believe.”   “No problem”seems to be gradually replacing “You’re welcome.” The truth is, it can give the wrong impression that the person asking for your help is troublesome. In business and social situations, if you want to be treated appropriately and Considerately, say “you’re welcome” or “my pleasure” to express your gratitude and you will be more friendly.   “I don’t have time to talk now”If the phone rings and you can’t talk, don’t answer the phone! Make your voicemail work. Otherwise, it might go the wrong way. Likewise, if you meet someone in the office and they’re busy, tell them to confirm a meeting time and offer to meet again later to discuss their ideas.   “You look good today! Are you having an interview somewhere?”When you say this to your colleagues, you are implying that the other person doesn’t care much about their current job and doesn’t dress

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How to stay MOTIVATED during your job search ? 如何在求职中保持动力?

Tips to Stay Motivated When Job Searching TAKE one day at a time SURROUND yourself with positivity SET realistic goals DO at least one thing to find a job each day REWARD yourself for each small step BELIEVE in yourself ACKNOWLEDGE your progress and accept that disappointment is part of the process BE kind to yourself, you are doing your best   顺其自然 积极面对自己 设定实际的目标 每天至少要做一件事以找到工作 奖励你自己的每一小步 相信你自己 确认你的进步並接受失望是过程的一部分 善待自己,你已尽力了 Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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Auto Mechanic Job Description 汽车机械师职位描述

Auto Mechanic Job Description Inspect vehicle engine and mechanical/electrical components to diagnose issues accurately Inspect vehicle computer and electronic systems to repair, maintain and upgrade Conduct routine maintenance work (replacing fluids, lubricating parts etc.) aiming to vehicle functionality and longevity Schedule future maintenance sessions and advise motorists on good vehicle use Repair or replace broken or dysfunctional parts and fix issues (e.g. leaks) Provide accurate estimates (cost, time, effort) for a repair or maintenance job Keep logs on work and issues Maintain equipment and tools in good condition 汽车机械师职位描述 检查车辆发动机和机械/电气组件以准确诊断问题 检查车辆电子系统以进行维修,保养和升级 进行针对车辆功能和寿命的例行维护工作(更换机油,润滑部件等) 安排未来的维护时间表并就向驾驶者提供建议关于良好的车辆使用方法。 修理或更换损坏或功能不正常的零件并修复问题(例如泄漏) 提供维修或保养工作的准确估算(成本,时间,工作量) 记录工作和问题 确保设备和工具处于良好状态 Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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How to work with recruiter to get a job ? 如何与招聘人员合作找到工作?

How to work with recruiter to get a job? Convince them you are a committed and serious candidate Be clear about what you want from a job and an employer Only contact with a couple of recruiters You can’t build a proper relationship with a multitude of recruiters Get back to them promptly and with the right info Speed and efficiency are key to working with your recruiter 如何与招聘人员一起合作找到工作?1.说服他们,你是一个坚定而认真的候选人 清楚你想从工作和雇主那里得到什么? 2.仅联系几个招聘人员 你无法与众多招聘人员建立适当的关系 3.时时刻刻与他们保持联系并及时获得正确的信息 速度和效率是与招聘人员合作的关键 Facebook Telegram Whatsapp Envelope

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Finding The Right Employee For The Right Employer

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