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http://greatstar.com.sg/firms-must-show-they-tried-to-hire-sporeans-first/Firms must show they tried to hire S'poreans first. Article from Straits Times, Breaking News (23 September 2013): Firms must show they tried to hire S'poreans first. By Toh Yong Chuan From August next year, firms that want to hire foreign professionals must prove that they have tried to hire Singaporeans. These employers have to advertise for Singaporeans to fill the vacancies in a national jobs bank administered by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency, the Manpower Ministry said on Monday. Firms with 25 or fewer staff will be exempted from advertising rule, or those hiring for jobs paying ,000 and above a month. Those who do not advertise in the national job bank will have the foreigners' Employment Pass (EP) applications rejected. The move is part of a Fair Consideration Framework announced by the ministry that requires employers to consider Singaporeans fairly before hiring foreigners. Besides the advertising rule, firms that have Our Mission Statement
Welcome to Latinas Uprising! This is a community for new and aspiring attorneys seeking to excel in their new careers.
Latinas make up only 1.3% of legal professionals in the United States and to get to law school, Latinas have to overcome more social, cultural, and systemic barriers than other social groups. It is a tough journey to a J.D.!
Latinas Uprising is here to guide you through the higher Ed maze; help you overcome the cultural conflicts you experience with family as you embark in a new career; and provide you with practical advice to advance in your law practice.
In short, Latinas Uprising is for the modern Latina with dreams, career goals, and life ambitions who also strives to maintain her cultural identity and family traditions.
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Hi! My name is Nubia and I’m the founder and editor of Latinas Uprising.
I am a native of Mexico, but raised in Indiana. Growing up in an area with few Latinos, I quickly learned to assimilate and promptly forgot most of my Spanish. It wasn’t until my time in college that I immersed myself in my language and culture (well, as much as you can in an Indiana town) and tried to regain some of my cultural identity.
As an undergrad, I became passionate about social, racial, and gender-based justice. I realized that by becoming an attorney, I could advocate for progressive change. In 2007, immediately after my college graduation, I moved to Chicago to start law school at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. In 2010, I began working in Chicago’s principal nonprofit provider of free legal services in civil matters. In my day job, I work primarily with survivors of gendered-based violence.
Outside of my practice, my passion is to motivate and empower Latinas pursuing careers in the law.
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