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Higher wages, better career progression for landscape workers

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LANDMARK: Outgoing NTUC secretary-general Lim Swee Say (centre, in white shirt) was the guest of honour at the launch of the new wage model

Singapore

SOME 3,000 resident landscape maintenance workers will get higher wages, better skills training and a clearer career progression path from next year, with the launch of the progressive wage model for the landscape industry on Friday.

The progressive wage model stipulates

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