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Withers LLP
The government's assistance to employers and employees in weathering economic headwinds in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Littler Mendelson
As the coronavirus situation continues to evolve, so do companies' and governments' approaches to monitoring and helping avoid the spread of the virus.
Withers LLP
Global mass movement is one factor in the spread of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, which at the time of writing has reached 24 countries outside China. The tourism and business travel sector
DLA Piper
The Fair Consideration Framework (the "FCF") was updated in January 2020 to impose harsher penalties on employers found to be engaging in discriminatory practices such as by favouring the...
Fragomen
Effective January 1, 2020, employers with foreign workers in Singapore found guilty of workplace discrimination, now face stricter penalties and higher fines.
CNPLaw LLP
Combating Fake News: Anti-Doxxing Measures and Other Amendments to the Protection from Harassment Act
Clyde & Co
This forms part of the effort to ensure that Singaporeans have access to good jobs and that the quality of foreign employees is raised.
Dentons
Singapore's employment laws have historically been employer-friendly. In the early days of Singapore's development, this was crucial to attract multi-national corporations to Singapore.
Jones Day
On December 23, 2015, the Ministry of Manpower, National Trades Union Congress, and Singapore National Employers Federation issued the "Tripartite Advisory on Managing Workplace Harassment."
Clyde & Co
Under the Act, only Part IV EA Employees, who are employed in the continuous service of an employer for at least two years will be entitled to retrenchment/redundancy benefits.
Clyde & Co
The Singapore Parliament has rolled out a number of employment-related legislative changes, which have either recently come into force, or are due to come into force this year.
Jones Day
The Court of Appeal made this ruling in an appeal against a High Court decision relating to the dismissal of former Robinsons assistant general manager of corporate sales and cards, Lawrence Wee.
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