Support Site for The Unemployed & Underemployed
Sunday October 26th 2014

Public forum on foreign labour issues on 29 Sep (Sat) at 2.30pm at NVPC

 

Editor’s note:  Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event will be shelved to another date – please look out for further announcement on this site.

Transitioning will be organising a public forum to discuss the contentious foreign and local labour issues which has currently takes centre stage in our country’s socio-political arena.

The massive  foreign labour influx has not only affects employment opportunities  for our own local people here but has also cause alot of controversy especially with regard to   the foreign citizen conversion national programme meant for population growth.

The forum is entitled:-

Foreign labour and other possible solutions

The forum details are as follows:

Date/Time:  29 Sep (Sat) 2012 from 2.30pm to 5pm

Place: National Volunteer and Philanthrophy Centre #04-88 The Central shopping mall Clarke Quay Eu Tong Sen Road S(059817)

Registration: Please email gilbert@transitioning.org or goh_gilbert@yahoo.com providing your name and contact number for registration purpose before 26 Sep.

Number of available seats; 40 only and first come first served basis

Distinguished panel of speakers:

1. Mr Patrick Cheo –  CEO of Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group

2. Mr Kumaran Pillai – Chief Editor TOC

3. Mr Wei Chan – F & B business owner

4. Mr Jolovan Wham – Executive Director of Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME)

5. Mr Leong Sze Hian – financial wizard and writer for TOC

Please register early to avoid disappointment.

The event is free of charge.

Thanks alot.

Organiser,

Gilbert Goh

President

Transitioning – unemployment support services

 

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One Response to “Public forum on foreign labour issues on 29 Sep (Sat) at 2.30pm at NVPC”

  1. Anon says:

    Hey Gilbert,

    Hope you had a good half-marathon this morning (16 Sep) breathing in the fresh crisp Sydney air!

    Here’s to a quick and painless recovery. Cheers!

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