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  1. Workers ferried in lorries in Singapore.

    ‘I felt like I was going to fall off’: Lorry rides and the push to make it safer for workers

    Despite safety concerns, lorries are still being used to transport Singapore’s migrant workers. A few Singaporeans get a taste of the risks, in a ...
  2. Heart of the Matter podcast thumbnail
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    34:32minutes

    Unfair firing and hiring practices under scrutiny during Singapore’s worst recession

    As Singapore stares down its worst economic performance on record, Lin Suling speaks to NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Patrick Tay and Managing ...
  3. Reducing reliance on manpower does not mean compromising service standards: DPM Tharman
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    02:19minutes

    Reducing reliance on manpower does not mean compromising service standards: DPM Tharman

    Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam has said reducing reliance on manpower does not mean that service standards need to be compromised
  4. Office workers in masks underpass

    More than 270,000 locals hired under Jobs Growth Incentive: MOM

  5. Beach vacation relax deck chair reading a book tourist

    From unlimited leave to four-day weeks, some firms are embracing more flexible time-off policies

    From unlimited leave to four-day weeks, here are how some firms in Singapore are embracing more flexible time-off policies for their employees.
  6. Raffles Place - phase 1 circuit breaker (1)

    Singapore's unemployment rates continue to fall in May

  7. A cleaner clear dishes as people dine at a hawker center in Singapore as the city state reopens the

    What would it take to attract younger workers to the cleaning industry?

    In announcing new wage levels for workers in the cleaning sector, NTUC assistant director-general Zainal Sapari said: "We want to attract a ...