Reducing the worker's salary before Work Permit issuance is NO longer allowed via Ministry of Manpower
From 23 Feb 2018 - Reducing the worker's salary before Work Permit issuance is NO longer allowed
Can employers pass on the foreign worker levy costs to their foreign workers?
All employers who wish to bring in foreign employees are required to bear the full costs of employing them, including the cost of repatriation. Unless the pass holder gives consent, the employer is responsible for sending an Employment Pass or S Pass holder home at the end of employment.
Renting out private residential properties - www.ura.gov.sg/uol/buy-property/about/leasing/residential.aspx
From 1 Jun 2017
MOM quota changes : salary threshold for work pass quota
3 foreigners jailed 10 weeks for submitting forged academic certificates
Hotel Management Internship Opportunities with ER Employment Agency
Mandatory retrenchment notifications from 1 January 2017
Members of the public alerted the ministry that they had received the suspicious calls, which asked them to transfer money to an account to resolve issues related to their stay in Singapore or work pass application.
Calling all Healthcare workers! The #SkillsFuture Study Award for Healthcare Sector is now open for application!
Singapore’s Minister for Manpower, Mr Lim Swee Say, will lead a tripartite delegation to attend the 105th Session of the International Labour Conference from 6 to 8 June 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Dormitory operator KT Mesdorm Pte Ltd (“KT Mesdorm”) was convicted in the State Courts on 31 May 2016 for intentionally aiding three companies to breach a work pass condition by housing their respective foreign workers in overcrowded accommodation at the Blue Stars Dormitory which it operates. In so doing, KT Mesdorm had contravened the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act.
The dormitory operator pleaded guilty to all 30 charges tendered in Court and was fined $300,000. This is the first dormitory operator prosecuted and convicted in Court.
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