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Lessons on Statutory Interpretation - Chua Qwong Meng v. SBS Transit Ltd [2022] SGHC 208 (the “SBS Transit Case”)

Singapore - September 21 2022 The Plaintiff, Chua Qwong Meng, was a former SBS Transit bus captain (“Chua”) who claimed that SBS Transit Ltd (“SBS”), the Defendant, had breached…

Natasha Cheng

Singapore adds new business immigration pathways and relaxes various requirements

Singapore - August 31 2022 In a press conference on 29 August 2022, the Ministry of Manpower (“MOM”) announced that it would make four enhancements to the existing work pass…

Sharmaine Chan, Natasha Cheng

The Future of Remote Work

Global - April 13 2022 The Future of Remote Work Overview of issues relating to remote working across countries Last updated April 2022 Introduction Since 2020 we have seen…

Zoltan Tarjan, Katarina Åhlberg, Nathalie Devernay, Dr. Barbara Geck, Philip Hartman, Ian Hunter, Pieter De Koster, Maisa Nikkola, Miguel Pastur, Søren Narv Pedersen, Amedeo Rampolla, Ivan Sagál, Kristy Peacock Smith, Karolina Stawicka, Pattie Walsh, Ying Wang

Implications of Singapore’s Policy on Business Immigration for Employers

Singapore - February 11 2022 The Singapore government has announced that Singapore will continue to tighten its work pass criteria for foreign employees gradually and this means…

Sharmaine Chan, Natasha Cheng

Employment Law Year-in-Review: Out with the Ox, in with the Tiger

Singapore - January 27 2022 In 2021, we experienced a diverse change to the employment landscape in Singapore from legislative plans to increase the retirement and re-employment…

Sharmaine Chan, Natasha Cheng