Daily Archives: 2014-05-01

SPP – Labour Day Message 2014
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Last updated on May 3rd, 2014 at 01:42 amDear Workers of Singapore, Happy Labour Day! May Day is an auspicious day to celebrate and honour workers’ contributions to the nation. It is also a time to rally Singaporeans particularly the youths to have a Read More

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SG Conversation in a Cup: Felix Cheong
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Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 11:01 amBy Yasmeen Banu It was 4:30 in the afternoon and Toast Box was crowded, and really noisy. He was seated in the middle of the coffee shop, across a mother and her son and I Read More

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Level playing field for workers: Reform Party
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Reform Party’s May Day Message 2014 Reform Party notes the NTUC chief and PAP Minister Lim Swee Say’s May Day message to the workers of Singapore. As usual with PAP government messages, it made little or no economic sense. It contained nothing new Read More

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Foreigners make up 50.5% of total workforce in Singapore?
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By SY Lee and Leong Sze Hian Singaporeans’ unemployment increase to 3 per cent In the article, “Jobless rate inches up amid tight labour market” (Straits Times, May 1), it is stated that the unemployment rate for Singapore citizens was 3 per cent last Read More

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More rights and work-life balance for workers in Singapore: DPP
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Labour Day Message by Democratic Progressive Party  On this year’s Labour Day, we at DPP take the opportunity to call for: – Fairness to all workers – Fairness to all peoples – Fairness to all citizens of Singapore In this tight labour market, Read More

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Onus not just on employees, but also employers
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By Howard Lee May Day, or International Workers’ Day, is a celebration of the working class and is usually taken the world over as a public holiday. But you might be forgiven if you do not find it a day conducive for rest. Read More

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Newsbites – about protests, and May Day
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Police to Gilbert Goh: No defacing PM Lee’s poster The police has warned social activist Gilbert Goh regarding his Facebook post, which allegedly called on the public to deface a poster of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at a planned Labour Day protest at Hong Lim Read More

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