Co-organised by the National Transport Workers’ Union (NTWU) and the SSTA under the NTUC U Associate Programme, the campaign aims to raise safety awareness amongst private bus drivers, cultivate the importance of being a responsible road user and in turn boosting service quality.
The MediShield Life Review Committee (MLRC) has been reviewing the scheme, and gathering feedback and suggestions from the public and key stakeholders, and will submit its recommendations to the Ministry of Health.
The second U PME Centre was officially opened today, 9 April 2014, at One Marina Boulevard (OMB), in the heart of the Central Business District to better cater to Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs) through the Labour Movement's 4Ps - Protection, Placement, Progression and Privileges.
To attract and retain staff better, we also need to help our workers to do their jobs easier, smarter and safer. This is a better way of sustaining growth, creating jobs and avoiding wage stagnation.
The Singapore economy is into a new phase. We are upgrading qualitatively, and not expanding rapidly like we used to. We grew 1.3 per cent last year, quite good given the weak global economy. This year we expect to grow between 1 and 3 per cent.
To build better workplaces, the tripartite partners have unanimously agreed there should be better protection for more workers, while ensuring flexibility to employers. Later this year, we will make changes to the Employment Act.
Welcome to our Flexible Work Arrangements (FWA) Conference and Exhibition organised by NTUC Women’s Development Secretariat (WDS). Our theme today is See Why, Know How, Try Now on Flexible Work Arrangements.
Last Saturday, in celebration of International Women's Day, NTUC Women’s Development Secretariat (WDS) launched its U Flex movement— a movement which encourages employers and employees to embrace flexibility at work.
The International Women’s Day, which falls on the 8th of March every year, is a significant event that marks the contributions and recognition of women all over the world.
The National Trades Union Congress has penned a letter in response to “Progressive wage model not for all” published on 20 Feb 2014.
The labour movement recently called for an inclusive review of the Central Provident Fund (CPF) contribution rates for workers of all ages.
The National Taxi Association has penned a letter in response to “Offer free health screening, awards and perks to improve cabbies’ welfare” published on 16 February 2014. Please see below the reply letter, and attribute it to Mr Gerald Chan, President of the National Taxi Association.