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.
The Migrant Workers Centre (MWC) stands ready to help all migrant workers who need housing and other subsistence aid such as meals and other living needs. Since establishment in 2009, MWC has already housed, fed or represented over 7,000 workers.
The Migrant Workers Centre (MWC) shares the concerns of our fellow migrant worker NGOs about the plight of former work permit holders (Special Pass Holders) who now have to fend for their own living because of ongoing Work Injury Compensation claims.
NTUC brings a wide array of Work, Learn, Live & Play privileges to our members. Over 6,000 Union Leaders from our affiliated Unions strive to promote members interests and welfare at the workplace, by providing them with advisory & representation assistance.
Our National Taxi Association (NTA) members have observed that recently, the number of disputes and accidents arising from traffic incidents have been on the rise. As drivers, we are concerned and want our roads to become safer.
The Education Services Union (ESU) welcomes the updated curriculum framework for kindergarten in Singapore. While the framework ensures minimum pre-school education standards, pre-school educators, through numerous conversations with us, call for equal emphasis to be placed on character development.