LM By Ur Side

“We do recognise that if teachers’ well-being is not taken care of, they will not be able to look into the needs of the pupils,” said Singapore Teachers’ Union said its newest president, 35-year-old Nigel Tan.

Many of the sporting events by U Sports are organised from the ground up by U CHAMPs, volunteer-leaders who make time from their busy work and school schedule to share their passion for sports with fellow union members. One of them is 24-year-old Felicia Lim, who is a U Champ for U Sports’ Floorball team.

A mid-career switch enabled Jason Koh to find career satisfaction and build a better relationship with his family.

Rahim Alwi was first elected into the Amalgamated Union of Public Employees’ (AUPE) executive council in 1998, and worked his way up to the position of secretary in 1998 and vice-president in 2006. He is now the president at AUPE and branch chairman at the National Environment Agency (NEA).

Goh Sor Imm started her career with the Labour Movement in August 1990 as a research officer in the then Singapore Institute of Labour Studies (now Ong Teng Cheong Labour Leadership Institute). She was posted to NTUC’s industrial relations department in 2001 and has risen through the ranks ever since.

Over the past 24 years in the Labour Movement, Ong Hwee Liang has played an instrumental role in strengthening the working relationship between the unions, corporations and government agencies, enabling all stakeholders to unite in upholding Changi Airport's status as a vibrant, world-class air hub.

With beginnings as early as 1982 in the Singapore Maritime Officers’ Union (SMOU), Mary Liew’s experience has grown multifold with her expanding portfolios across divisions and eventually, taking on the roles of general secretary in the union’s executive committee in 2013 and president in NTUC central committee in...

We catch up with NTUC Alignment Director Lim Eng Lee to hear how nEbO’s rapid growth is all due to youths whose ideas continue to keep it relevant.

NTUC’s e2i (Employment and Employability Institute) helps one working Singaporean get a second chance to secure his dream job.

Know someone keen on a career in the hospitality line? Do let them know about NTUC e2i’s (Employment and Employability Institute) Hotel Week happening from 17 to 21 July!