This year, as we celebrate May Day, the Labour Movement pays tribute to workers, union members and tripartite partners for their contributions toward Singapore’s economic development and social progress.
At this year’s dinner, 96 recipients, made up of union leaders, individuals, companies and tripartite members, received the prestigious May Day Awards in recognition of their significant contributions to the Labour Movement.
The National Trades Union Congress, NTUC LearningHub (LHUB) & Devan Nair Employment and Employability Institute, in partnership with the Workplace Safety and Health Council, organised the inaugural U SAFE Award today for unionised companies and individuals.
The landscape industry continues to face operational and manpower challenges such as low basic wages, low productivity, high turnover of workers and unattractive working conditions due to the laborious nature of work.
Chairman of the Trustees of the MWAF, Mr Bennett Neo said, “We have worked closely with Minister Tan’s team in many areas over the last few years and for him to pay us this honour is a significant endorsement and compliment for us.”
Some 12,000 people pledged themselves to a greener future as they came down to the F1 Pit Building, Marina Promenade this morning at 5am to take part in the sixth edition of the NTUC Income RUN 350, Organised by Young NTUC.