Tag: Ministry of Manpower

With employees going back to the office, firms must comply with safety measures

Singapore -- Employees who prefer to work in the office rather than at home have been able to go back to the office from...

Bats flying into flats: Those commenting on post query Josephine Teo’s assurance

Singapore -- Residents in Upper Boon Keng Road who had complained about bats flying into their homes were recently given the assurance by Jalan...

‘Hiring slowed but did not come to a standstill,’ says MOM

Singapore – According to a survey conducted by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), hiring slowed in the second quarter of 2020, but it did...

Salary criteria for Employment and S Passes to be raised; public asks why not...

Singapore – In response to the Ministry of Manpower’s announcement that the salary criteria for Employment and S Passes would be raised, the public...

Lim Tean backs blogger/activist’s query: How many Singaporeans hold these jobs?

Singapore -- Peoples Voice party leader Lim Tean has supported blogger and activist Leong Sze Hian's call for transparency to provide a breakdown of...

Majority of retrenched workers in Resorts World Sentosa were foreigners

Singapore -- The majority of the workers laid off by Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) last month were foreigners, leading to an increase in the...

Another 47 firms added on watch list for possible discriminatory hiring; public highlights PMET...

Singapore – The issue of hiring practices and preferences for PMETs was highlighted by the public after news of more firms were added to...

Saved by fellow workers! Man was standing on 7th-floor window ledge of dorm

Singapore -- Videos of a foreign worker standing on a window ledge at a dormitory in Kaki Bukit circulated online on Friday (July 31)....

Singaporeans search for accountability as Josephine Teo remains Manpower Minister

Singapore – Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loon said on Saturday (July 25) that Minister for Manpower Josephine Teo will remain in her current role....

Worker in dorm informed 3 weeks later he was Covid-19 positive

Singapore -- The Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) have apologised for an incident involving a migrant worker being informed...
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