SOME 75,000 of Singapore’s 323,000 migrant worker dormitory residents have been cleared of the deadly novel coronavirus, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said on Friday night.

[SINGAPORE] As Singapore enters phase two of its reopening on Friday, June 19, domestic workers can once again meet up with their friends outside of their place of residence.

THE Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has issued 52 composition fines of S$1,000 each to Singapore employers for failing to comply with safe-management requirements at their workplaces, as at 5pm on...

[SINGAPORE] Some 5,500 migrant workers from 40 dormitories here were cleared to resume working from Tuesday, following the completion of necessary preparations.

[SINGAPORE] About 80 breaches each year have been found at purpose-built dormitories over the last three years, although the majority were for minor lapses, said the Ministry of Manpower on...

EMPLOYERS will have to agree to let the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) move their foreign workers who are cleared of Covid-19 from their existing dormitory to a cleared dormitory, among other measures...

[SINGAPORE] Foreign workers living in dormitories, as well as their employers and dorm operators, will have to comply with a slew of measures, including planning staggered rest days, before the...

[SINGAPORE] When the "circuit-breaker" ends, all companies - including those resuming operations in the first two phases of the economy's re-opening - should adopt working from home as a default...

MORE than S$50 million will be disbursed to help companies implement flexible work arrangements amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said in a press statement on Thursday. ...

RETRENCHMENT should be a last resort for companies to manage manpower costs, and those that have no choice but to do so should treat their employees with empathy and provide them a retrenchment...