'$3K/month salary, job recruitment ad for 4-days-work-week at Changi Airport misleading' — Netizens – The Independent

“The photo attached in the post by Shin Min Daily News is an authentic job advertisement made by MCI.” — MCI Group Of Companies
A job advertisement appeared in a Malaysian newspaper, seeking Malaysian workers for Changi Airport in Singapore, working four days a week and earning a monthly salary of RM10,000 (S$3,000).
Some media reported that Changi Airport has posted a job advertisement recruiting Malaysian sales assistants and customer service specialists. The job advertisement mentioned that the interview will be held at a hotel in Johor Bahru this Friday (19 Aug).
MCI Group, a manpower agency headquartered in Singapore, posted on Facebook yesterday (Aug 17) clarifying that this was an overseas recruitment event held by the company in Johor Bahru, and the recruitment advertisement was paid for by the company to be published.
The company said that it understands that there have been many recent media reports suggesting that the ad might be a “work scam”. Some human traffickers will advertise through social media to lure jobseekers into working abroad with high salaries, and then confiscate their passports when they arrive at the destination.
The company explained that the services provided by its MCI Career Services include recruiting at home and abroad, so recruitment activities are often held overseas to find suitable talents for customers.
The company also clarified that, although the job advertisement mentioned was at Changi Airport, their client was not Changi Airport Group. It asked interested candidates to contact the company’s recruitment consultant for details.
Facebook users, however, suggested that the job ad may be misleading. They said that upon enquiry, they found out that they would earn a basic pay of between $1,500 – $1,700 and that the work week maybe 4 or 5 days.

One Facebook user who claimed that he was formerly hired by the same firm said that an employee needed to work a lot of overtime to earn up to $3K in salary.
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