MINISTRY OF MANPOWER

Employers notify MOM of cost-saving moves affecting over 187,000 workers

IN the three months from March 12, more than 4,800 employers submitted notifications on cost-saving measures amid the Covid-19 pandemic, affecting more than 187,000 employees, the Ministry of...

Notifications on cost-saving measures affected over 187,000 workers: MOM

IN the three months from March 12, more than 4,800 employers submitted notifications on cost-saving measures amid the Covid-19 pandemic, affecting more than 187,000 employees, the Ministry of...

Eight satellite career centres to help job seekers from July

From July 1, job seekers can visit any of the eight satellite career centres in the heartland for career matching services and advice.

MOM unveils timeline to screen and clear foreign worker dorms of coronavirus

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.

Migrant workers to stay in dorms on rest days at start of Phase Two: MOM

SINGAPORE’S Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Thursday said migrant workers will continue to stay within their dormitories on their rest days in the "immediate period entering into Phase Two" of the...

All workers in dorms must activate contact tracing app by Friday

All workers staying in dormitories will have to download and activate the national contact tracing app TraceTogether by Friday, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said yesterday.

52 fines issued to employers for flouting safe management measures

A total of 52 composition fines of $1,000 each have been issued to employers for flouting safe management measures, as the Manpower Ministry (MOM) continues to stress the importance of such...

7 workplaces told to stop operations for safe-management lapses: MOM

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...

Over 32,000 healthy foreign workers moved into temporary accommodation

More than 32,000 healthy foreign workers have moved into temporary accommodation in sports halls, vacant Housing Board blocks and army camps provided by the Government in a move to curb Covid-19...

No plans to reduce rates for CPF contributions

Manpower Minister Josephine Teo has indicated that there are no plans to reduce Central Provident Fund (CPF) contribution rates amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Firms warned against disguising retrenchments

Employers who retrench their staff, but disguise it as something else to avoid giving out retrenchment benefits, run the risk of incurring penalties, Manpower Minister Josephine Teo told...