An employee covered under the Child Development Co-Savings Act (CDCA), is entitled to six days of childcare leave per year until the child turns seven years of age, regardless of the number of children the employee has.
Immigration & Work Visa FAQs / Singapore Employment Act
As a mother employed in the working industry, you will be granted 16 weeks of government-paid maternity leave or 12 weeks of maternity leave, depending on whether your child is a Singapore As a working mother, you will be entitled to either 16 weeks of Government-Paid Maternity Leave or 12…Read More
There is no provision in the Employment Act that covers the confirmation period of an employee. The confirmation period can be spelt out in the employment contract and the stipulated duration is entirely up to the employer’s discretion.
No, it is not necessary. The operations can be run from elsewhere and the profit/loss booked in Singapore.
You are required to inform the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) prior to your employee’s termination date and have the relevant Work Visa cancelled. Upon giving written notice to the employee, which must include the day the notice is given and its period, you should then withhold the salary and settle…Read More
If your employee earns less than $4,500 a month, your employee is entitled to 7 days of paid annual leave if he has served a period of not less than 3 months. However, any employee that fails to take that leave no later than 12 months after the end of…Read More