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  1. Zaqy Mohamad observes Spic and Span

    Government launches work group to look into wages, welfare of low-wage workers

  2. Martin Seah works at the cashier at a McDonald's restaurant outlet in Singapore

    Commentary: Singapore’s poorest earners will benefit from expansion of Progressive Wage Model but some conditions must be met

    These include a reduction in low-wage foreign labour, a continuation of wage subsidies and expanded social protections, say Linda Lim and Irene YH Ng.
  3. Aziman Tohid SembWaste ngith shift captain (2)

    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 ...
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    Raising wages of Singapore's poorest earners: A hard look at the Progressive Wage Model

    OCBC's Selena Ling and NUS Business School's Professor Sumit Agarwal share with CNA's Lin Suling their thoughts on the Progressive Wage Model ...
  5. lift teaching facility 2

    Government accepts recommendations for progressive wage model, clearer career pathways for lift industry

    Lift technicians will be the fourth group of workers to come under the progressive wage model (PWM) and will enjoy higher salaries.
  6. Cleaner Singapore

    Commentary: Amid concerns over dollars and cents, is there no room for social responsibility?

    We need to step back to fairly measure the true value of the work that low-wage workers do, in order to ensure progression, dignity and fairness ...