Why NTUC will not let up efforts to deepen Tripartism

Why Ntuc Will Not Let up Efforts to Deepen Tripartism

Singapore’s Labour Movement together with its partners in the Singapore National Employers Federation and the Manpower Ministry will host delegates at the inaugural International Forum on Tripartism in Singapore on 26 October 2015. Ahead of the Forum, NTUC Secretary-General Chan Chun Sing shares his thoughts on the annual International ...

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National Day Message 2015 by NTUC Secretary-General Chan Chun Sing

As we celebrate Singapore’s 50th year of independence, our Labour Movement is proud that Singapore has a robust and capable workforce and enjoys strong tripartism and harmonious industrial relations. Our unemployment rate remains low and our workers continue to see real wage increases. At a recent International Labour Conference ...

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Credit for New Skills

NTUC is calling for the Government to set up an individual Skillsave Account for every Singaporean worker to allow them to be responsible for their own career training and development needs. This was announced by Assistant Secretary-General (ASG) Patrick Tay on 26 January 2015 during a visit to NTUC ...

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