If you’ve been paying attention to the headlines of late, you would be well aware that there are many uncertainties given the current economic situation.

As Singaporean workers ourselves, the NTUC This Week team weighs in with our own personal thoughts on this year’s Budget announcement.

With the recent weaker economic figures and sombre market outlook as a backdrop, I expect layoffs/retrenchments this year and in the next few years ahead to affect more Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs) than before partly due to the workforce having an exponential increase in the number of PMEs but also...

With all the recent announcements about layoffs in the financial industry fuelled by global fears, uncertainties and doubts, it is no surprise that many are expecting more dark clouds ahead in the financial sector

NTUC says the changes in the Employment Act will bring about a fairer workplace.

NTUC deepens its focus on representing the needs of the Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs).

How will the changes in the amended Industrial Relations (IR) Act affect you? Here’s a quick rundown.

NTUC will play a more proactive role to monitor the success of placements through the National Jobs Bank.

  Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs) got a workplace protection boost with the latest changes to the Industrial Relations (IR) Act. The Act was passed in Parliament on 19 January 2015 and will see PMEs getting better union representation. Giving their strong support to the Act were Labour MPs Patrick Tay,...

  A tripartite effort to improve productivity – that will be one of the key focus areas for the Labour Movement in 2015, said NTUC Assistant Secretary-General (ASG) Cham Hui Fong. Fielding questions from the media on the topic during a media conference on 15 January 2015 to outline the Labour Movement’s priorities for...