SINGAPORE employers deemed to be at higher risk of defaulting on salaries are now required to declare to the Manpower Ministry (MOM) whether they have been paying salaries on time.
THE Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board is taking enforcement action against honestbee for failing to pay contributions for its employees in July, a spokesman for the board said in response to...
RETRENCHMENTS in Singapore rose in the first quarter of the year, driven by manufacturing losses and hitting mainly production and related workers from electronics, said the Manpower Ministry (MOM...
MORE employees received wage increases last year, as the economy and labour market remained healthy.
MORE employees in Singapore received wage increases last year, as the economy and labour market remained healthy.
THE labour market held steady in the first three months of this year, even as economic growth slowed.
THE labour market improved on several fronts over the whole of last year, with retrenchments down to the lowest level since 2011.
THE first step for raising the retirement and re-employment ages beyond 62 and 67 respectively have been taken, as the Government, unions and employers have agreed on the need for these changes....
MORE people were working in Singapore last year, but Singaporean workers saw their incomes rising at a slower pace than in the previous year.
THE share of workers in Singapore whose companies offer formal flexible work arrangements continues to grow, and employers are offering more types of arrangements.
FEWER people were laid off in the third quarter of this year, while overall unemployment crept up slightly, according to Ministry of Manpower (MOM) statistics released on Friday.