EMPLOYMENT ACT

EMPLOYMENT ACT

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    Enhancements made to Employment Act will see more workers protected

    The new changes will cover an extra 430,000 workers in managerial and executive positions previously not covered under the Employment Act.
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    Changes that will extend labour law to PMETs introduced in Parliament

    Among the changes are extending the coverage of Singapore’s main labour law to all workers, regardless of their salary as well as protecting ...
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    Commentary: Tip of the iceberg, when ‘disguised PMEs’ don’t get overtime pay and fair treatment

    Greater awareness concerning who are covered under the Employment Act will be key in ensuring workers are treated fairly, says NTUC Assistant ...
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    Commentary: Singapore must do more to guard against 'slavery of the poor'

    Singapore must do more to ensure retirement adequacy for our vulnerable low-wage workers – and there are three ways to help achieve this, says ...
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    Labour movement outlines wishlist for Employment Act review

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    Manpower Ministry seeks public feedback on areas of review for Employment Act

    Singapore's main employment law is regularly reviewed to keep pace with the changing employment landscape, MOM said.
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    Unionists, employer representatives discuss proposed Employment Act changes

    Over 70 unionists and employer representatives came together to discuss proposed changes to the Employment Act (EA) on Wednesday evening.
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    260 employers caught for exceeding overtime limits in last four years

    Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin revealed in parliament Monday that 260 employers were found to have contravened the limit of overtime work ...