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    PUB to have new chairman from April

    Mr Chiang Chie Foo will take over from incumbent Mr Tan Gee Paw from Apr 1, the agency says.
  2. Tembusu tree

    NParks arborists inspect trees under its purview; job not outsourced: Lawrence Wong

    Should trees fall due to natural causes, NParks’ public liability insurance only covers claims where NParks has been shown to be negligent, says ...
  3. Singapore Parliament in session. File photo: TODAY

    Parliament to begin debating Budget 2017 on Tuesday

    It will be Parliament's first sitting since Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat delivered the Budget statement last Monday.
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    Higher re-employment age passed into law in Singapore

    The change is among amendments to the Retirement and Re-employment Act passed in Parliament on Monday (Jan 9).
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    Majority of security firms in compliance with Progressive Wage Model requirements

    Firms had until Sep 1 to implement the requirements, which include ensuring that security officers complete the required training and are paid ...
  6. Cleaner

    Cleaners to get S$200 raise in monthly salary by 2019

    A review by the Tripartite cluster for Cleaners has recommended that cleaners receive increments of S$60 in 2017 and 2018, and S$80 in 2019 to ...
  7. Yaacob Ibrahim in Parliament on Mon Jul 11

    Asatizah Recognition Scheme to become compulsory from January 2017: Yaacob

    Speaking in Parliament on Tuesday (Sep 13), the Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs said all asatizah, or Islamic religious teachers, will have ...
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    Threatened, Scolded, Ignored. Does The Pay Match The Pain?

    For security officers, a day’s work spans 12-hours, 6-days a week. But the long hours come with very little in terms for pay and respect from others.
  9. PwC contract staff

    Changing future of work: More on term contracts

    With a rising proportion of temporary and fixed-term contract workers, initiatives to protect their rights and benefits will likely become ...