CareShield Life Long-Term Disability Insurance in Singapore

CareShield Life Long-Term Disability Insurance in Singapore

CareShield Life Long-Term Disability Insurance Approved   Long-term Disability Insurance Soon Compulsory in Singapore In a move to bridge the gap between healthcare and ageing, long-term disability insurance CareShield Life will be compulsory. Singaporeans born in 1980 onwards will be eligible for CareShield Life, which will provide the severely disabled with the basic care they…

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Work Injury Compensation - Benefitting Changes for All

Work Injury Compensation – Benefitting Changes for All

Both Employees and Employers Can Look Forward to All-inclusive Insurance Coverage at the Workplace Injuries while working can be prevented with better safety practice. Accidents will always happen, and injured employees should receive compensation from their employers. Some organisation are efficient at providing benefit to injured employees. Some organisation may lack the appropriate knowledge in…

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Singapore Government Agrees to Annual Increment and PWM Bonus for Landscape Maintenance Sub-sector

Singapore Government Agrees to Annual Increment and PWM Bonus for Landscape Maintenance Sub-sector

Singapore Government Agrees to Annual Increment and PWM Bonus for Landscape Maintenance Sub-sector’s Employees The Singapore government has agreed to give employees in the landscape maintenance sub-sector an annual increment and bonus. This agreement comes following the addendum put for the in the Tripartite Cluster for Landscape Industry (TCL)’s report. The TCL requested that Progressive Wage…

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Singapore’s Labour Commission Agrees to TCC’s Progressive Wage Model Proposals for Singapore Cleaners

Singapore’s Labour Commission Agrees to TCC’s Progressive Wage Model Proposals for Singapore Cleaners

Singapore’s Labour Commission Adopts TCC’s Progressive Wage Model (PWM) Proposals for Singapore Cleaners Singapore Commissioner for Labour adopts the Tripartite Cluster for Cleaners (TCC)’s proposal for progressive wage raises for Singapore cleaners. TCC issued a report which recommends that progressive wage models (PWM) be introduced and implemented annually.   TCC, a Ministry of Manpower Singapore (MOM)…

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New Operating Hours of Certain MOM Offices From 3 June Onwards

New Operating Hours of Certain MOM Offices From 3 June Onwards

Revised Operating Hours of Certain Offices Under MOM From 3 June Onwards Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower (“MOM”) has announced that certain offices under MOM will change the operating hours from 3 June onwards. Both Hall C of the MOM Service Centre and the Employment Pass Service Centre are the offices with the newly revised operating…

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Singaporean Government Welcomes the National Wages Council (NWC) Guidelines for 2019/2020 for Betterment of Workforce

Singaporean Government Welcomes the National Wages Council (NWC) Guidelines for 2019/2020 for Betterment of Workforce

Singaporean Government Accepted National Wages Council (NWC) Guidelines for 2019/2020 With Open Arms In a recent press release on 30 May 2019, the Singaporean government has welcomed and accepted the National Wages Council (NWC) Guidelines for 2019/2020. The National Wages Council (“NWC”), convened in April and May 2019, has formulated structured wage guidelines for the…

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Structured Training for Staff in Singapore

Structured Training for Staff in Singapore

Structured Training for Staff in Singapore – The Way for More Growth and Productivity Employers in Singapore are being urged by the National Wages Council (NWC) to provide more structured training for their staff. NWC believes that structured training for staff in Singapore is the way forward if an employer wants to see more growth…

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Labour Market Report Advance Release 1Q 2019

Labour Market Report Advance Release 1Q 2019

Labour Market Report Advance Release 1Q 2019 – An Overview on Employment Rates and Retrenchments Regardless of the indication of the economy facing a little turbulence in 2019, initial readings indicate that the market is still standing strong. Employment rates were going up whilst retrenchments remain unchanged. However, employment rates amongst residents went up as…

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