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Employment (Amendment) Act 2015 passed in Parliament and partially in force from 22 August 2015: requirements for employers to provide employees with written record of key employment terms and pay slips not yet in force

Singapore - August 31 2015 The Employment (Amendment) Act 2015 has been passed in Parliament on 17 August 2015 and gazetted on 21 August 2015. The Employment (Amendment) Act...

Sophie Lim, Ramesh Selvaraj, Michele Foo.


Employment (Amendment) Bill 2015 introduced in Parliament: employers to keep employee records and provide employees with written record of key employment terms and pay slips

Singapore - July 30 2015 On 13 July 2015, Parliament introduced a Bill to amend the Employment Act principally to require employers to make and keep employee records, and...

Sophie Lim, Ramesh Selvaraj, Michele Foo.


MOM enhances fair consideration framework to boost support for Singaporean professionals, managers and executives

Singapore - July 30 2015 On 8 July 2015, the Ministry of Manpower (the "MOM") announced various measures to enhance employment and career opportunities for Singaporean...

Sophie Lim, Ramesh Selvaraj, Michele Foo.


MAS consults on proposed enhancements to disclosure requirements for sale of investment-linked policies

Singapore - July 30 2015 On 26 June 2015, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the "MAS") issued a consultation paper and sought comments on proposed enhancements to...

Francis Mok, Corina Song.


Industrial Relations Act amended with effect from 1 April 2015: extending union representation on a collective basis for executive

Singapore - April 29 2015 The Industrial Relations Act has been amended with effect from 1 April 2015 to implement changes relating to union representation of executives...

Sophie Lim.