Ng Chee Meng calls for PMEs to join NTUC in Mothership interview, but kena dissed like siao

Last Sunday (19 Sep), Mothership published a 独家专访 aka exclusive interview with National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) Secretary-General Ng Chee Meng. In the interview, the Labour Chief spoke of the issues and challenges faced by the professionals, managers and executives (PMEs), especially amongst the older ones He also shared how

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Parkway Shenton to give ‘goodwill payment’ to Bukit Timah CC healthcare workers who have not been paid salaries

As the world continues its battle with COVID-19, other than the healthcare workers who play an important role in keeping everyone safe, relieving suffering and also saving lives, vaccinators are also very important because they are the ones working long hours shift, supporting our COVID-19 vaccination efforts nationwide. If not

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‘Talk to rich people nicely, you’re a poor girl’: 2 zha bor tio fined $3k each for verbally abusing auxiliary police officer

Another case of money cannot buy you class. Recently, two women Koh Lee Yen, 50, and Chee Kam Fah, 49, were each fined $3,000 for verbally insulting an auxiliary police officer who approached them for smoking outside a designated area. The poor auxiliary police officer was merely doing her job

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Dear Chao Kuan Companies, still want to hire foreign workers siboh? Sorry hor not so easy liao!

Singapore’s foreign workers problem has been a long-standing one which resulted in a “them-vs-us” mentality amongst many Singaporeans. Understandably, the concerns and pressure from the competition from these foreign workers are making a lot of Singaporeans sibei kan jiong and giving them a lot of stress until at night cannot

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If by paying a little bit more can help uplift lower-wage workers, will you do it a not ah?

Everyone likes to talk about how we should help our lower-wage workers. So not too long ago, the Gahmen announced that they are agreeable to the Tripartite Cluster for Cleaners (TCC) when they recommend that the cleaners get a pay increment since they worked so hard and in particular during

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Chan Chun Sing calls for ‘whole-of-society’ effort to prevent repeat of River Valley High School incident

Yesterday in Parliament, Minister for Education Chan Chun Sing gave an update on the incident that occurred in River Valley High School on July 19 which resulted in the death of a student. In case you’re too busy following the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, here’s what he spoke about in his

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