Singapore’s labour market continues to improve in 2018
All employees will soon be entitled to rights such as mandatory leave days, regardless of their pay grade
The Singapore Organisation of Seamen says the money will be used to subsidise accommodations, training, and medical needs of seafarers
The Ministry of Manpower’s advance release of the labour force in Singapore shows continued uptrend due in part to the rise of female LFPRs
The deaths of two Bangladeshi workers could have been prevented if more companies employed a ‘safety first’ mindset, according to an employment law specialist
The Ministry of Manpower has released layoff and redundancy figures for the July to September quarter
The Ministry of Manpower has charged a managing director with 20 counts of collecting kickbacks amounting to $105,235
The report says that unemployment rates continued to rise, with more workers made redundant and rate of re-entry dropped
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Almost one in two admit they have lost great employees who have felt stifled and frustrated
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