Singapore Public Holidays for 2020

The Ministry of Manpower has released the dates of the 11 gazetted public holidays for 2020.

Reporting Work-Related Accidents

Under the Work Injury Compensation Act, an employer is required to notify MOM of work accidents within 10 days from the accident date, or from the 4th day of medical leave.

New tripartite guidelines set out what constitutes wrongful dismissal

Developed by the Manpower Ministry, National Trades Union Congress and Singapore National Employers Federation, the guidelines follow changes to the Employment Act, which now allows all employees to file claims against their employers for wrongful dismissal.

Amendments To The Employment Act

The Employment Act (EA) has been amended and changes will take effect from 1 April 2019. Have questions about the changes? Get answers from MOM guide: https://bit.ly/2Ej3WIU.

Updates To The Employment Act – What You Need To Know

These are the changes to the Employment Act, with effect from 1 April 2019 [Source: Ministry of Manpower Singapore]

Public Holidays 2019

The Ministry of Manpower has released the dates of the 11 gazetted public holidays for 2019 as follows: [Source: http://www.mom.gov.sg/employment-practices/public-holidays#Year-2019]

Singapore Public Holidays for 2018

The Ministry of Manpower has released the dates of the 11 gazetted public holidays for 2018.