Manpower Ministry

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  1. Sam Tan

    Health and safety critical for workplaces of the future: Sam Tan

  2. workers Singapore file

    Re-employment scheme making good progress: Sam Tan

  3. workers Singapore file

    Fewer layoffs, unemployment situation improves in Q2: Manpower Ministry

  4. New Content Item

    Manpower Ministry defends call for partners to develop mobile app for foreign workers

    The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) clarified that it had opted for a "collaborative model to achieve win-win outcomes" to develop the app.
  5. Geylang raid

    22 unlicensed food handlers, illegal workers arrested at Geylang Serai Bazaar

    Photos of bazaar workers being handcuffed made the rounds on social media on Tuesday afternoon, as netizens speculated on why the stall was raided.
  6. Raffles Place crowd

    Fewer workers laid off in Q1, but total employment declines

    Redundancies declined from 5,440 in the fourth quarter to 4,800 in the first quarter, according to a Manpower Ministry report.
  7. Office workers walk to the train station during evening rush hour in the financial district of Sing

    Singapore's 2016 average resident unemployment rate highest since 2010

    This was in line with the estimated figures released by the Manpower Ministry in January.
  8. foreign workers

    Salary threshold raised for local workers under rules for hiring foreigners

    Companies will have to pay their local workers at least S$1,200 a month in order for the worker to be considered as part of the ratio for hiring ...
  9. Lim Swee Say file

    Annual job growth of 25,000 to 40,000 expected in next 3 to 5 years: Minister

    Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say said that the number of jobs created is likely to stabilise and the quality of jobs will improve.
  10. workers at singapore financial district

    Nearly 5 in 10 job vacancies in 2016 for PMETs: MOM report

    The job openings were mainly education, healthcare, infocomm and service-related occupations, according to findings from the Ministry of ...