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Oil giant Shell fined $400,000 for fire

Oil giant Shell fined $400,000 for fire

Safety lapse in 2015 at refinery on Pulau Bukom resulted in blaze that injured six workers.

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Employment dispute claims can now be filed online

Employment dispute claims can now be filed online

They may also be able to resolve their disputes on the go, through new online negotiation and mediation services.

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Employee or independent contractor - law needs to be clear: Forum

Employee or independent contractor - law needs to be clear: Forum

DJ Jasbendar Kaur said that an inquiry into whether a person is an employee or independent contractor has to be fact-based, where a multi-faceted test is applied.

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Judge rejects CPF Board's bid to recover $417k in alleged arrears

Judge rejects CPF Board's bid to recover $417k in alleged arrears

.Decision comes after Jurong Country Club was fined $3.6k over CPF non-payments for gym instructor.

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Myanmar's Draft Employment Compensation Law 2018

The Draft Employment Compensation Law 2018, published on or around August 2018, aims to refine the existing Workmen’s Compensation Act.

Examining the enforceability of restraint of trade clauses

In Powerdrive Pte Ltd v Loh Kin Yong Philip and others [2018] SGHC 224, the Court found the scope of the ROT clause unreasonably wide and struck out the claim against 5 former employees and their new employer.

Amendments to the Singapore Employment Act - tips for Japanese companies

This article will introduce the key changes and provide insights for Japanese subsidiaries in Singapore in terms of compliance with the amended Act.


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