However, this is a nearly impossible task for a small company because the company may not need that many workers and that a small company may not be able to afford to hire so many workers. Therefore, for a small company, the quota can be adjusted to 2 Singaporeans to 1 foreign worker according to its required needs that the company ask for. This flexibility of policy will rely on a case by case basis to ensure that other firms do not take advantage of this flexibility. For example, firms writing in implying that they need more manpower for the job but in actual fact, the workers are used to carry
Easy access to the supplies of cheap foreign workers indirectly lower the wages of local workers. Moreover, the eagerness of foreign workers to accept low wages and poor working conditions has provoked the problem by further distressing the wages of local workers. This further made the local workers and graduates shy away from run their careers in the construction industry. When this happens, the industry then replenishing more foreign workers to meet the industry’s labor
It is a huge amount of money that U.S. has to put on illegal people instead of using it for developing the country, and it also cause lack of medical equipments and doctors because of a high number of patients. In addition, illegal immigrants can destroy the environments of local countries. Increasing of population means increasing of waste in the countries because “the accumulation of disintegrating toilet paper, human feces, and rotting food has become a health and safety issue for residents of and visitors to some of these areas, and is
Refugees don’t choose to lead this life but instead are forced to. And as stated above, there is a silver lining to accepting refugees. The least anybody can do is to show them love and kindness and help them build better lives for themselves in contrast to turning a blind eye and pretending that everything will eventually go back to normal. As it appears to be, the situation does not seem likely to decrease in the foreseeable future, and this short-term thinking of various impacts it may have on the country may lead to bigger and longer-term problems for the local economy. Keeping refugees outside the borders of the country appears to be more expensive in the long run than taking them in and thus intensifies the tab for taxpayers.
This results in their high levels of unemployment and gives rise to squatter settlements. Without the necessary economic advantage, they do not possess the means needed to elevate themselves from their current conditions sometimes leading to further destabilization. Land captured by squatters are usually prime development areas and as a result slows
Now a day, Thailand has an assortment of social problems which occurring every time, such as drug and family problem. The top problem Thai people encountered is poverty. They face assorted problems such as being poor, no economic stability and on debt. Those problems cause to unemployment, population growth, low economic growth rate and lost income in the country when compared with amount of population. Also, poverty problem still being causes criminality, lack of educational opportunities, treatment and mental health as well as being helpless country.
Brits argues that “the ICT has the capacity to both increase and restrict access to information needed to satisfy needs, and the second is that socio-economic and political disadvantages will in most cases produce informational disadvantages. Certain categories of valuable information, such as economic information, are mainly available in an electronic format. In most cases this implies that poor people, due to financial costs and in many cases a lack of know-how knowledge of modern ICT, are unable to access and fully exploit these technologies and thereby benefit from these categories of information. Poor people are therefore in most cases marginalized and even excluded from digitized world economy which is based on access to and use of information. ICT has accelerated the production and distribution of information, but at the same time has exacerbated the gap between those who have access to and use of information and those who do
Hence, it is really worthy to spend much time whilst creating a recruitment strategy. Limitation of the Study Nowadays it is very hard to select skilled employees because of the critical situation of recruiting market. The shortage of qualified people makes competition very hard where achieving good recruitment and retain good employees very important for the business success. However, it is very costly and taking too much time. It is not enough to offer good salaries to bring good people, there is a fact that candidates are seeking for more than salaries, they are targeting benefits and growth potential.
The country will experience serious brain drain if most college graduates will go abroad to work. Even though overseas Filipino workers give a large contribution to the country’s Gross Domestic Product, they will contribute much more if they work here in the country. If only there are more jobs in the country, then there would not be underemployment and underemployment. The average college knows this problem and wishes to be resolved. He knows that many people are suffering due to the lack of jobs offered in the country and he knows in his heart that he will be having the same problem after he graduates college and will be indolent instead of working
Malaysia is a country that relies heavily on these foreign workers especially in low-end economic activities such as agricultural and business informal sectors (Rahmah Ismail & Ferayuliani Yuliyusman, 2014). From the positive view of this immigration, the foreign workers that migrate to the country can help to fill up the gaps for manpower shortages in particular sector as well as helping in generating economic activities in Malaysia. Students from other countries also migrate to pursue better tertiary education in Malaysia particularly those from countries where the number of higher education institutions is still too low to meet the demand and where the quality has not been effectively implemented. As discussed by Therin (2012), Malaysia has an increasing number of international students, the number having doubled since