FAST - 5th Education and Health Fair

FAST – 5th Education and Health Fair!!

Foreign Domestic Worker Association for Skills Training (FAST) is organising their 5th Education and Health Fair on 25th May 2018 from 11am to 5pm!

More than 20 booths offering training courses, crime prevention exhibition, environment and health road shows, and vanity services will be spread out along the main Community Hall of our Clubhouse. There will also be culinary open house, food sampling, mass fitness exercise, demos, talks, free ice cream, popcorn booth, and fruits corner.

PLUS!! Free eye check up for the first 100 participants!


ADDRESS 2985 Jalan Bukit Merah #01-1B, Singapore 159457


Job Vacancy - Enforcement Rider

Job Vacancy – Enforcement Riders (Gross up to $2700!)

Good news for Riders! We have just received news from our client with regard to job vacancies for Enforcement Riders:

  1. Job Title: Enforcement Rider
  2. Job scope:
    • Perform road and carpark patrolling using company motorcycle
    • Enforcement against illegal parking
    • Perform checks against unlicensed operator and unlawful activities
  3. Minimum Education: PSLE Education
  4. Riding License Requirement: Class 2B
  5. Working Hours: 10AM to 10PM
  6. Gross Monthly Salary: upto $2700
  7. Annual Leave, Medical and Hospitalisation Leave
  8. Work Cycle: 5 days work, 1 day off
  9. Others: Company Bike will be provided
  10. Report in Jurong or Paya Lebar
  11. No work experience required

We expect the vacancies to be filled up quickly.  Combine your love for riding with earning a salary!  Fill up the attached form to apply today!

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    MOM Advisory To Employers of Indonesian FDW on Indonesian Embassy New Performance Bond

    MOM Advisory To Employers of Indonesian FDW on Indonesian Embassy New Performance Bond

    The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has issued an advisory to all employers of Indonesian FDW regarding the Indonesian Embassy's new performance bond requirement. Under this bond, the employer is liable to pay $6000 to the embassy should they forfeit the bond.

    MOM has clarified that the Indonesian embassy bond is not a requirement of the Singapore government and that the ministry is concerned that there appears to be a lack of a proper mediation or dispute resolution process available to employers before the Indonesian embassy can forfeit the bond.

    For the full advisory, please visit

    MOM also has a FAQ at

    Some questions:
    1. How do you think this will affect the demand for helpers from Indonesia?
    2. Are current employers in a catch 22 situation? Are they better off signing or not signing the new embassy contract and thus having to purchase the Indonesian embassy bond? And if they don't sign, can they continue employing the Indonesian helper?
    3. Is the alternative suggested by MOM to look for helpers from other countries or to engage part time help the way to go?
    4. How will the new measures affect Indonesian helpers already working in Singapore, especially if they need to renew their passport or go for home leave?

    For write up on maid insurance and bond required by MOM, visit

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