layoffs

Airbus cuts jobs in Singapore due to pandemic impact

WITH planes grounded across the region, aircraft maker Airbus has retrenched some of its employees in Singapore as the pandemic erodes business for airline maintenance support services.

NTUC, 3 affiliated unions slam 'unfair' layoffs at P&W-SIA Engineering joint venture

THREE unions and the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) have publicly censured and stepped in to halt "unfair" layoffs that reportedly affected more than 100 workers at aircraft maintenance,...

NTUC, unions rebuke 'unfair' layoffs at P&W, SIA Engineering joint venture

THREE unions and the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) have publicly censured and halted "unfair" layoffs that reportedly affected more than a hundred workers at aircraft maintenance, repair...

Singapore's total employment in Q2 sees biggest quarterly contraction on record

SINGAPORE'S total employment saw its largest quarterly contraction on record in the second quarter of 2020, as the country entered a "circuit-breaker" period to curb the spread of Covid-19,...

New roles for laid-off Singapore workers may not be perfect fit

A HOST of opportunities are being created to help the swelling ranks of the retrenched.

NTUC proposes framework on responsible retrenchment practices

NATIONAL Trades Union Congress (NTUC) is proposing the Fair Retrenchment Framework (FRF) to further guide companies on responsible retrenchment practices, amid an uncertain economic outlook.

NTUC proposes framework on responsible retrenchment practices

NATIONAL Trades Union Congress (NTUC) is proposing the Fair Retrenchment Framework (FRF) to further guide companies on responsible retrenchment practices, amid an uncertain economic outlook.

More tourism layoffs expected despite redeployment strategy

EFFORTS are under way to avoid "catastrophic job loss" in the ailing tourism sector, which has shed thousands of jobs this year.

Raffles Hotel cuts 15% of staff to cope with Covid-19 fallout

ANOTHER hotel operator is trimming its workforce as tourist arrivals and receipts continue to take a hit from Covid-19.

Axe falls on Resorts World jobs; MBS not expected to be spared

RESORTS World Singapore (RWS) held a "one-off workforce rationalisation" on Wednesday - just two weeks after the integrated resort (IR) reopened.