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Old 18-09-2020, 09:52 PM
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Xe sounds like a pretty solid choice. Don't be racist or ableist. Don't assume xis gender either. It's basic courtesy to educate oneself on pronouns. I shouldn't have to tell one of my peers this. It's quite frankly disgusting to have to keep repeating this like as though you're hearing this for the first time. It's also not hard to show some basic respect for a fellow human being.

We need more diversity in the workplace. I am fully behind the various "bring your whole self to work" schemes that many international firms adhere to. Our local firms could learn a thing or two from such schemes. It is 2020. We should not have to pretend that we are acting out Mad Men in real life.

I know this phrase gets used a lot ironically these days. But I am completely serious when I say that your feelings mean nothing when you are so overprivileged. The need for more diverse representation in the workplace cannot be underestimated. I hope your firm continues to remain committed to diversity and greater representation of minorities across the spectrum.

Our local firms have a long way to go. But I believe we are slowly and steadily making progress in this regard.

I'm disappointed to read the other responses above. With the greatest possible respect, I urge each one of the preceding posters to do better. You appear to have no idea about the privilege each of you wield so carelessly.
Dont be a sarcastic prick.

Then the Court is racist / ableist? We cannot say Dear Sirs. Write letter to opposing law firm also can't use Dear Sirs.

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Old 18-09-2020, 10:06 PM
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Dont be a sarcastic prick.

Then the Court is racist / ableist? We cannot say Dear Sirs. Write letter to opposing law firm also can't use Dear Sirs.
My mother is a lawyer but I have never addressed her as "Sir". That's my father. And yes, I only have one mother and one father.

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My mother is a lawyer but I have never addressed her as "Sir". That's my father. And yes, I only have one mother and one father.
Oic u write letters to your mother as opposing counsel. You got clear conflict anot. Or you not local qualified and dont know what is pcr.

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Oic u write letters to your mother as opposing counsel. You got clear conflict anot. Or you not local qualified and dont know what is pcr.
Mother use maiden name still must disclose conflict meh. Boss sure tell you Monday no need come office liao, lose the client. But if you go home and still got to talk about work with your mother on the other side you are sibei suay la
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Look at these bickering idiots. This forum is cancer.
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Xe sounds like a pretty solid choice. Don't be racist or ableist. Don't assume xis gender either. It's basic courtesy to educate oneself on pronouns. I shouldn't have to tell one of my peers this. It's quite frankly disgusting to have to keep repeating this like as though you're hearing this for the first time. It's also not hard to show some basic respect for a fellow human being.

We need more diversity in the workplace. I am fully behind the various "bring your whole self to work" schemes that many international firms adhere to. Our local firms could learn a thing or two from such schemes. It is 2020. We should not have to pretend that we are acting out Mad Men in real life.

I know this phrase gets used a lot ironically these days. But I am completely serious when I say that your feelings mean nothing when you are so overprivileged. The need for more diverse representation in the workplace cannot be underestimated. I hope your firm continues to remain committed to diversity and greater representation of minorities across the spectrum.

Our local firms have a long way to go. But I believe we are slowly and steadily making progress in this regard.

I'm disappointed to read the other responses above. With the greatest possible respect, I urge each one of the preceding posters to do better. You appear to have no idea about the privilege each of you wield so carelessly.
This is precisely why we should expand FTAs like CECA to lawyers as well, to inject diversity into the legal industry. CECA lawyers would then generate more jobs for their Singaporean lawyers counterparts.

Who's with me? Kee chiu!
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Old 19-09-2020, 11:33 AM
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I can only say u deserve it. That is why i refuse to go to a non local firm. I grew up in a local firm and had many opportunities to go to international firms but stayed put and am now a partner in the same local firm. I am the master of my own land. When you go to international law firms this is wat u get. You want to get paid better but you should accept the other ****.

What do u expect. Of cos they will try to hire all these sorts and super wayang foreigners. I bet your HR is not local either and therefore will not appreciate where u r coming from and may in fact feel that theres something wrong w u. If your boss is local my diagnosis is that he or she has ptsd. His or her previous boss must have been some angmoh n being colonialised is ingrained in him or her.

My suggestion is quit.
Why you so xenophobic. FTs help to create jobs for Singaporeans, otherwise you wouldn't even be a partner you insignificant ****.
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Why you so xenophobic. FTs help to create jobs for Singaporeans, otherwise you wouldn't even be a partner you insignificant ****.
Oh yes. Sir stamford raffles is an FT. GOD also. Otherwise no universe.
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I am the real OP. Stop pretending to be me.

Recruiters just wanna place u. Why u flame them.

If u are unplaceable then just look in the mirror and change for the better.

Don't blame others for what u can't achieve.
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I am the real OP. Stop pretending to be me.

Recruiters just wanna place u. Why u flame them.

If u are unplaceable then just look in the mirror and change for the better.

Don't blame others for what u can't achieve.
Which post u referring to
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