EMPLOYMENT growth slowed in the final quarter of 2019 though it held up well for the full year, according to the Ministry of Manpower's (MOM) Labour Market Report 2019


FROM May 1, the monthly minimum salary for the Employment Pass (EP) will rise from S$3,600 to S$3,900 to keep up with the improving pay of fresh graduates from local autonomous universities.


A LOT is asked of employers in hiring and training more mid-career and older workers in Budget 2020, but they will receive fair support - to the tune of around S$2.0 billion in total, Manpower...

MANPOWER Minister Josephine Teo has called on employers to be fair and open with workers even as companies here take a hit from the impact of the global Covid-19 outbreak.

WORK permit holders from China who are already in Singapore can switch jobs without having to leave the country, in a move that businesses had called for earlier this month at a meeting with Trade...


MORE funds for training course fees, salary support for hotels that send staff for training and a S$1,000 payout to tour guides are among measures introduced to bolster tourism companies hit hard...


FAIR and exemplary employers who upskill their employees and hire and retain older workers can look forward to a boost in government support during the Budget next week.

MORE Singapore residents held jobs at the end of last year despite economic uncertainties, although employment growth slowed slightly.

THE Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has upped the penalities for unfair hiring, even as an employer has become the first to be accused in court of making a false declaration following a probe into the...

[SINGAPORE] The government rules that ensure that employers do not discriminate Singaporean workers by hiring foreigners will be updated this year.