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Sunday, 24 June 2018

F&B workers in Singapore to be assessed if they can get on wage ladder


Kitchen helpers and other low-wage workers in the food and beverage (F&B) industry could be next in line for a basic wage and structured increases under the Progressive Wage Model (PWM).


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These days; Uncle8888 is paying attention over low income news. :-)








But; what he has seen on the ground; F&B workers can easily lose their jobs and may be can also easily get replacement job.

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Walau!

One outlet closed shop this month now. 

They truly practice cut losses to stop bleeding more cash!

Now back to 16 outlets in 9 shopping malls; the same number when he started on Jan 2017. 

Can PWM really work in F&B when shops easily closed, open or re-opened under different brand or owner?

New hires will reset to lower pay?

Hmm ...





5 comments:

  1. Can low income group tahan long enough to avoid getting the reset pay when tio retrenched?

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  2. If i have to be a F&B worker, i 101 % will be at least a Char Kway Teow stall owner somewhere in Singapore.

    And never rest until my food offered will attrack customers queing "zhang Long".

    Type A personality?

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  3. PWM is Singapore's version of Minimum Wage ... of course govt don't want to admit.

    Currently for cleaning, security & landscaping industries.

    Basically MOM stipulates mandatory minimum salaries for certain industries based on designation & type of workers. Designation or "skills" of workers to be certified by passing certain certificate courses by stat boards & agencies.

    Every 1 or 2 years, MOM will review the PWM salaries and increase them --- hence the workers in these industries depend on govt for their salary increments!

    For many many years since SARS, cleaners & security guards salaries also kena reset (or reduced) everytime change of main contractor or supplier every 1 or 2 years.

    The main con need to keep bidding lower prices to win the contract, and then they "pass on" the reduced bid to workers' salaries.

    I used to work in a GLC in the mid-2000s where the outsourced cleaners salary dropped from $800 to $600 over 4 years.

    Now govt make it compulsory to follow the PWM salaries for cleaners, security guards & gardeners, grass cutters.

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  4. If the GOVT have intervined on the workers wages, what happens to the contractor biddings?

    We know if U manipulated on the the left side of an equation , U have to the same on the right side.

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