Nadarajah Loganathan

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About Logan

Mr. Logan served the Singapore Armed Forces for 25 years and retired in Feb 2009 as a Lieutenant Colonel. After completing his ground tour in 1994, he has held several Human Resources Development appointments before he was entrenched in the training community in the last 8 years of his military career. Since his retirement, he pursued his passion of developing people and became an adult educator.

Logan is concerned about the way the education policies are crafted and implemented. He feels that there is much to be desired and a lot more can be done to improve the quality of education in Singapore.

He is steadfast in promoting equal opportunities for all and will push for Singaporeans to be placed first in all job opportunities.

“I think the post Covid 19 would leave a huge damage in terms of more than our structural unemployment figures that we have never experienced since independence. Of course, I am sure that many of the 1.5 million FWs are also going to be repatriated either because of closure of businesses or downsizing of businesses.

It would be a god time for MOM to review their new labour force structure and also taking into account the new economy. Creating 3,000 security officer jobs or another 2,000 cleaners jobs after opening the Thomson Line is not something to be happy about. We can keep these jobs for the part-timers. Create jobs for our Young and new job entrants, says Logan.

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Nadarajah Loganathan

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West Coast

About Logan

Mr. Logan served the Singapore Armed Forces for 25 years and retired in Feb 2009 as a Lieutenant Colonel. After completing his ground tour in 1994, he has held several Human Resources Development appointments before he was entrenched in the training community in the last 8 years of his military career. Since his retirement, he pursued his passion of developing people and became an adult educator.

Logan is concerned about the way the education policies are crafted and implemented. He feels that there is much to be desired and a lot more can be done to improve the quality of education in Singapore.

He is steadfast in promoting equal opportunities for all and will push for Singaporeans to be placed first in all job opportunities.

“I think the post Covid 19 would leave a huge damage in terms of more than our structural unemployment figures that we have never experienced since independence. Of course, I am sure that many of the 1.5 million FWs are also going to be repatriated either because of closure of businesses or downsizing of businesses.

It would be a god time for MOM to review their new labour force structure and also taking into account the new economy. Creating 3,000 security officer jobs or another 2,000 cleaners jobs after opening the Thomson Line is not something to be happy about. We can keep these jobs for the part-timers. Create jobs for our Young and new job entrants, says Logan.

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