Yes, but EntrePass holders are only entitled to dependant privileges after they renew their passes. EntrePass holders who have met the minimum
Frequently Asked Questions : Singapore Employment Act
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
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,
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
No, it is not necessary. The operations can be run from elsewhere and the profit/loss booked in Singapore.
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
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
No. Under Section 108 of the Employment Act, failure to allow an employee to leave the service is an offence. The employer is liable on conviction to
The terms and conditions of employment can only be changed if the employee agrees to it. Without your employees' consent, there will be a breach of
Foreigners on Singapore work passes such as Employment Pass, S Pass, etc. are exempted from CPF contributions in Singapore.
If your employee is a Singapore Citizen / Singapore Permanent Resident (PR), the resignation must be accepted as they have the right to resign at any
Singapore companies can hire foreign staff. There are different categories of work passes scheme available. Employment Pass (EP) is the only category