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  1. 276 companies taken to task for lapses in machinery safety | Video
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    276 companies taken to task for lapses in machinery safety | Video

    The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) took action against 276 companies in the manufacturing, construction and marine sectors for safety lapses involving ...
  2. New initiative rolled out to help retail sector stay relevant amid changing consumer habits | Video
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    New initiative rolled out to help retail sector stay relevant amid changing consumer habits | Video

    A new programme was launched on Thursday (Dec 12) to help retail workers upskill and take on higher value roles. CNA reports.
  3. Wage growth expected to be flat next year, even as firms focus on retraining: Experts | Video
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    Wage growth expected to be flat next year, even as firms focus on retraining: Experts | Video

    Despite training initiatives for employees and improved job security, experts say wage growth could remain flat next year. Michelle Teo looks ...
  4. Singapore firms rush to house Malaysian workers before COVID-19 travel restrictions kick in | Video
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    Singapore firms rush to house Malaysian workers before COVID-19 travel restrictions kick in | Video

    Companies are rushing to secure accommodation for Malaysian workers who commute daily to Singapore before Malaysia's two-week-long travel ...
  5. COVID-19: 24,000 offered jobs, work attachments under SGUnited package between March and July | Video
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    COVID-19: 24,000 offered jobs, work attachments under SGUnited package between March and July | Video

    About 24,000 jobseekers secured either jobs or work attachments under the SGUnited Jobs and Skills Package between March and end-July, Manpower ...
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    IN FOCUS: The wage debate – how to lift the salaries of those earning the least?

    As Singapore moves to implement the Progressive Wage Model in more sectors, CNA takes an in-depth look at how the model has benefited some workers ...
  7. Office workers at Raffles Place (1)

    Job-hunting in a pandemic: Are Singaporeans too entitled? Employers too exploitative?

    The recession has forced adjustments on career demands and expectations. The uncertainty is unprecedented, but it has also resurfaced a timeless ...