Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Pay of our leaders

Kin Lian
I like to pose a question and You have the prerogative not to answer though I eagerly look for one. Do You think our leaders' performances commensurate with their pays? Thank You!
From: patriot.

I suppose that you are referring to our government leaders. In my reply, I shall also focus on the pay of our corporate leaders. I shall have to be careful about how I address this matter. Wait for a few days.


Anonymous said...

Mr. Tan Kin Lian,
I smell a trap. Do not fall into the trap of this "Patriot". Sounds like your successor at work to sabotage your blog. Instead of answering his question, you can blog about the pay of the old and new management of NTUC Income and do a comparative analysis of your achievements and their lack of achievements as well as the cost savings during your time and the extravagance now. Finally, a comparison of the annual bonuses paid out during your time and now can be illustrated and we will be glad to assist by contributing the reasons why we think there is this gapping difference.

Anonymous said...

Yes , it might be a trap. Tread properly, you are on thin ice.
Don't leave a trail of self incriminating evidence. This is not a
place to discuss sensitive matter.

Anonymous said...

Agreed. Don't entertain this type of nonsense. It is a can of worms ! Will have unending trouble once it is opened.

Anonymous said...

No need to answer patriot. Just focus on what you do best, i.e. advising on insurance matters. Thanks a million!

Anonymous said...

This is my answer to patriot:

What is your intent for wanting to know Mr Tan's opinion whether our leaders' salaries commensurate with their salary? At the end of the day, the voters will decide, and every vote is secret.

But having asked the question, would patriot like to share his views to his own question?

Anonymous said...

You think Mr Tan is that stupid?

He need to watch his arse.

He is still a Singaporean.

Anonymous said...

anon 11.38 pm,
Which Mr Tan are you referring to?

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