11 Dec 2019
The Eighth core value of Singapore Armed Force: Dont get caught!
Owise, best to focus on one job to avoid conflict of interests and get into troubles becos of moonlighting
Terence Tan, CMT
19 Jul 2019
Head of Education at IG Asia
Definitely can't, as a full-time contract will state that you cannot be working for someone else. If you do, you need to declare to your full-time company (will you even want to do that?) And after the declaration, what do you think will be the response of your boss? (will he allow you to part-time somewhere else?) And if the answer from him is "no", have you practically ruin your chance to stay in the bank for long (will your boss start looking for a replacement and fire you once he gets one)?
Lastly, you will need to be licenced to represent the insurance company, and the licence requirement is that you only represent one principal (the insurance company in this case). So, you now work full-time at the bank, while you fully represents the insurance company.
So yes, your finding it puzzling is correct, the recruiter is just trying all means to get you in for strange reasons.
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