Hillview Heights condo management flagged by security association for discriminatory hiring practices

SINGAPORE – The managing agent of Hillview Heights condominium has been flagged by the Security Association Singapore for discrimination against non-Mandarin speakers and older workers in its tender for security services.

In a Facebook post and statement to the press on Monday (Sept 6), the association highlighted clauses of the tender by Savills Property Management, which stipulate that a security agency must provide a “Chinese-speaking” security guard for more than six shifts each month, with those who speak dialect acceptable.

Penalties for not complying include a warning letter and deduction of $100 per shift.

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