By Weiliang SiowMay 25
In appreciation of the efforts of migrant workers during the Labour Movement’s May Day Migrant Workers Celebration, some migrant workers and Singaporeans came together for a fun day out.
By Weiliang SiowMay 18
Migrant workers contribute to our society by building our offices and homes. We do not have to do a lot, or need special skills to help them; it is about being welcoming, interacting with them, having some fun and through engagement, allow them to integrate, mix around and feel accepted.
By li yin limApr 11
“If we talk about work-life friendly practices, we believe it is part and parcel of creating a workforce that is happy and engaged,” says one organisation. Here’s a grateful employee’s story.
By Weiliang SiowApr 7
Young union leaders pick up valuable insights during a three-day learning journey with Young NTUC to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
By li yin limMar 28
Wondering what the Inter-Generational Programme is all about? Watch this video, with special appearances from kindergarten children from NTUC First Campus’ My First Skool @ Braddell Heights and seniors from NTUC Health’s Silver Circle (Serangoon Central) centres.
By li yin limMar 27
Although jobs have been shed, it is not all doom and gloom as hiring activity has not ceased. The burning question remains – how do we help workers transit into the new and in-demand jobs and acquire the new and in-demand skills.
By li yin limFeb 28
You might think that you’ve got your future mapped out: You’re enrolled in a competitive course and are well on your way to earning your credentials. But what happens when you don’t quite know exactly what you want? That’s where Young NTUC’s Youth Career Network can help.