This is quite unfortunate,
Around 30 per cent of the total current workforce of SPAD throughout Peninsular may not be absorbed into the new agency APAD (Agensi Pengangkutan Awam Darat), Road Transport Department (RTD) and Transport Ministry.
Back then, the announcement by Loke was greeted with huge sigh of relief among the commission staff. Today, the sombre mood in the commission’s headquarters is obvious.
I'm really sorry for the SPAD staff, especially those who are going to lose their job.
It's always not good to know that people are going to lose their job.
People got family to support, after all.
I can imagine the distress of losing my job and not being able to fulfill my responsibilities.
I'll probably end up doing this sort of things to earn a living if I lose my job;
Whatever it is, I do wonder why they have to make life hard for those SPAD people.
SPAD is after all not really a political agency like Jasa, that it needed to be shut down by the new PH government.
I'm quite sure some of the SPAD people who are going to lose their job voted for PH in GE14.
Well, that's just too bad for them.
Guess, they are whom PH people described as collateral casualties.
Personally, I don't think SPAD is doing a bad job.
They even promptly responded and acted on this posting of mine in March;
I hope Susanna and her friends at SPAD will be strong in facing this challenging time.
I pray that they will not face too much hardship.