To gain better traction as a voice for working people across all collars, ages and nationalities, National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) is focusing on expanding its strategic initiatives to reach more working people.
USE members and their children have another avenue of scholarship opportunity, in addition to USE’s own existing M. Sanji Scholarship and Bursary Awards that is given out yearly to USE members. In 2014, 154 USE members benefitted from $38,000 worth of scholarships and bursaries.
Touted as Singapore’s largest Jubilee National Day celebration for babies, more than 5,000 participants, including parents and some 1,500 babies and toddlers, participated in this year’s National Trades Union Congress’ (NTUC) Baby’s Day Out – My First National Day Party.
NTUC U Family has announced the winners of the Liquid Gold Awards on 4 August 2015, Tuesday, to give recognition to companies with breastfeeding-friendly policies and facilities in place, and supportive colleagues who helped make the breastfeeding journey successful for working mums.
Over 5,000 unionists, including our pioneer generation union leaders and the tripartite partners gathered together at The Promontory for the first time to take part in one of the largest National Day Observance Ceremony (NDOC).
Singapore’s workforce has evolved. The number of Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs) continues to grow and the Labour Movement is adapting and adjusting its offerings accordingly, to cater for the changing needs and aspirations of the growing PME community.
The 2015 edition of the annual Future Leaders Summit held today at the NTUC Centre brought together 15 inspiring leaders and top management from a range of diverse industries to share their insights and perspectives with some 700 Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs).
Through the efforts of the NTUC U Care Centre and NTUC-U Care Fund, low-wage workers now have a place to approach to seek help on workplace issues; while low-wage union members can apply for assistance schemes to help them better cope with the costs of living.
The annual “Best Companies for Mums” contest recognises companies and individuals for their remarkable efforts in making it possible for employees to achieve better work-life harmony through the implementation of flexible work arrangements and various employee support initiatives.