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The rapid growth of technology and the wave of digitalisation is fundamentally changing the way people think, behave and communicate while transforming work rapidly. In his latest blogpost, NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Patrick Tay tells us why this is an era where the adage is no longer the "big fish eating the...

“It is not my job.” “It will not happen to me!” How often have we seen a potential hazard at the workplace and ignored it, thinking that someone else will take care of it? According to the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Statistics Report 2016 issued by the WSH Institute, there were a total of 13,014 workplace...

Building upon the central theme of relevance, NTUC Secretary-General Chan Chun Sing shares that the Labour Movement has been harmonising efforts to tackle disruption and serve our working people – not only for today's needs but for their entire lifecycle. What are some of these efforts? Read on to find out more...

In a recent survey commissioned by the Union of Security Employees, a sizeable number of security officers who responded to the survey cited the long working hours as the core aspect of their job that they disliked. Citing this as an issue, NTUC Assistant Secretary-General and Security Tripartite Cluster Chairman...

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.

Workers should not be bearing the manpower cost of rehabilitation efforts of the company. What should a better insolvency regime look like? Read on for more on NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Patrick Tay's thoughts on this matter.

While most of us are still asleep, our bus captains are already up before sunrise, to commence the first bus services at the various bus interchanges. (Photo Source: NTWU) Commuters’ satisfaction with public transport hit a nine-year high in 2016. Specifically, satisfaction with bus services rose to 96.7 per cent from...

How can Malay/Muslim students, workers and business owners prepare ourselves to come on board the various recommendations found in the CFE report? We hear from NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Zainal Sapari on why he thinks networking is the way to go.

NTUC This Week sits down with NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Cham Hui Fong in an exclusive interview and hears from her on issues that were raised at the CFE and the reasons why.

The one-look guide to what the Labour Movement hopes the Government will consider for Budget 2017