SINGAPORE: Two-thirds of Singapore’s public service officers feel their work has made an impact on themselves and society. This was revealed in a survey of 1,600 officers from 28 agencies which was conducted in the first half of 2007.
The Minister-in-Charge of the Civil Service, Teo Chee Hean, wants the public sector to build on this confidence. He said Singapore’s public service can take satisfaction over the fact that its effectiveness has been the bedrock of Singapore’s success today.
Hoooh Nooo, 2/3 of public servants are complacent. I though MP Lim Wee Kiak said complaceny is a “side-effect” of an overly successful Government and civil service? SO if public servants are satisfied that their effectiveness has been the bedrock of Singapore’s success, their complacency will only amplify our own complacency which was after all caused by their success.
They successful = we become complacent
They successful = 2/3 of them become complacent
Result = 2/3 will vote PAP again lor, simple.
Simple is good. Some people read too much into articles and miss the bananas in the tree for the leaves. Talk so much theory who can udder-stand?