Letter of Appeal Dear Sir, Over the past one year I have written numerous letters to you but this one that I am going to write is the one that weighs very [...]
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Dear Gilbert I had a mental breakdown last year and was admitted to IMH. I was discharged from IMH in November last year. I lost my job as a senior engineer in a semiconductor company. After that I had been looking for a job. I got one job in ABC company but I only stayed for one week as I was uncomfortable with the [...]
Hi Mr Gilbert, I was employed in xxxxx as an Accounts Administration Manager on 10th Sep 2012. However, recently on 17th Sep 2014, I was terminated with one month of salary. The reason given was that the Board could not work with me. In Aug 2014, 2 staff were terminated from the school, stating cost cutting. They left [...]
Hi, former recruiter here. I hope you find your job soon. Good points there. Yes the employers can get ridiculous. Want a perfect match but budget is below market rate. It is like you want to buy a Ferrari for the price of a Toyota. Some try to buy a spec a BMW but the reporting manager is a Toyota Corona. Cannot outshine the boss but want a [...]
Dear Gilbert, My name is Koh and its my first time writing to you. I have in my own opinion the biggest trouble blockading my mind right now. My apologies though I would like to keep the mail short, but I feel that it would take the whole story for you to understand what I am going through now. Forgive the love story part but it was [...]
Hi Gilbert, A very good day to you. Please kindly have my articles publish to shame this company for delaying my salary. I would like to highlight this company is a public listed company and furthermore it was the first apple premium reseller in Singapore in year 2003. The company name is called Epicentre Asia. It begins with the [...]
Dear Gilbert, I am kind of tired of sending my resumes so I'll probably feel better emailing to you. As usual, same old story. Send so many applications but few replies. I think I would be lucky to receive 4 calls in a week but most of them are from recruitment agencies, which usually stands little chance. Its not that they don't want [...]
Dear Gilbert, I heard of your presence online and thank you for championing causes for the unemployed. Almost 3 years ago, I joined one of the airlines as a cabin crew. Throughout the entire period, I have faced no issues,or hiccups in the process of service,and have an unblemished conduct record and no lapses,as attested by the [...]
Dear Gilbert I believe we have met before back in 2012 and I admire you and your volunteer colleagues' attempts to help fellow Singaporeans get back on track in the workforce by assisting to alleviate their financial and unemployment crunches when our own government fails to help us. I'm in my mid-twenties and currently feeling down and [...]
Dear Gilbert, I am a 38-years-old male. I started working late in my life at 28. I developed depression when I was studying at NTU and dropped out after almost 2 years. Nevertheless I subsequently went on to get a degree at SIM, before landing my first job in a finance company. I worked for slightly more than 2 years at my job before [...]
Hi Gilbert This is "YC", the under-35 "under-employee" who asked about contributing to the break fast fund last month. I'd like to share some personal thoughts on unemployment/underemployment, plus a bit of good news since we last spoke. I've got a bit of decently paid work (*cheer*), good for 4-months only though (*jeer*). In any case [...]