SAW Singapore edition: Not for the faint-hearted

Ok, not quite the American horror film, but close. Many people in Singapore handle machines, big and small, at the workplace. Imagine this: you are familiar with your job, having worked with these machines almost every day of your life. But one day, you get distracted momentarily and the ...

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Heng Chee How: Re-employing the Working Man

Come 1 July 2017, the amended Retirement & Re-employment Act (RRA) will take effect in Singapore, bringing with it three key improvements that will benefit both mature workers and their companies. In his first blog post, NTUC DSG Heng Chee How shares why this latest update is like music ...

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A Representative and Relevant Labour Movement

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 ...

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Patrick Tay: PMEs Labour in Vain? The Protection and Prerogative of PMEs

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 ...

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