NCS Pte Ltd used to hire Singaporean IT professionals but since 2002, they started FIRING talented and well qualified Singaporeans. This India Indian guy worked in NCS for FIVE bloody years. This job should go to a Singaporean. As far as I know, NCS is semi-govt & undertakes majority of the government projects. How in the hell, can they employ so many foreigners to take on government related projects?
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