Employment law

MOM charges firm for multiple employment offences

MOM charges firm for multiple employment offences

The company director was guilty of everything from not paying salaries to illegal hiring

Employers risk 'stiffer penalties' for unfair hiring

Employers risk 'stiffer penalties' for unfair hiring

If found guilty, bosses in Singapore can expect up to two years in jail, said the Ministry of Manpower

Is religious bias severe in Singapore workplaces?

Is religious bias severe in Singapore workplaces?

The manpower minister gives us the lowdown

Singapore firm charged for unfair hiring

Singapore firm charged for unfair hiring

It’s the first such court case here

How can HR re-engage a 'checked out' team?

How can HR re-engage a 'checked out' team?

'Reinforce belief in the team's ability to not only survive but ultimately thrive'

Can HR reject childcare leave requests?

Can HR reject childcare leave requests?

Singapore's Ministry of Manpower has seen cases of ‘under-provision’ of the employee entitlement