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Saktiandi Supaat in debate on securing Singaporeans’ jobs and livelihoods, and foreign talent policy

A recent tightening of foreign manpower restrictions and the impending enshrining of anti-discrimination laws may help to ease some of the job anxieties experienced by Singaporean PMETs in sectors where foreign talent is perceived to be a threat, said MP Saktiandi Supaat in Parliament on Tuesday (Sep 14). He also urged the Government to take the opportunity created by the COVID-19 pandemic to enhance the Capability Transfer Programme, under which locals learn from more experienced or skilled foreign colleagues.

Saktiandi Supaat in debate on securing Singaporeans’ jobs and livelihoods, and foreign talent policy

14 Sep 2021 08:45pm

A recent tightening of foreign manpower restrictions and the impending enshrining of anti-discrimination laws may help to ease some of the job anxieties experienced by Singaporean PMETs in sectors where foreign talent is perceived to be a threat, said MP Saktiandi Supaat in Parliament on Tuesday (Sep 14). He also urged the Government to take the opportunity created by the COVID-19 pandemic to enhance the Capability Transfer Programme, under which locals learn from more experienced or skilled foreign colleagues.

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