Former Employment Pass (EP) holders whose last drawn fixed monthly salary was at least $18,000 are eligible to apply for the Personalised-Employment
Frequently Asked Questions : Singapore Employment Pass
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
Yes, you can become a director in your company after you have obtained Employment Pass (EP).
You will need to seek approval from the Ministry of Manpower and your company.
Yes, you can hold shares in other companies or be a shareholder of another company while you are holding an Employment Pass (EP).
Yes, provided your salary is above $ 6,000.
Employment Pass holders do not have to make any social security contributions to the Central Provident Fund (commonly know as “CPF” which is only
All Employment Pass applications can only be submitted once the Singapore company has been incorporated. In order to incorporate a Singapore company,
Yes, a shareholder can. However, if it is a newly established company, it is important for the company to show that it is able to generate enough
No, if you are already holding an Employment Pass of a company, you cannot serve as a director of another company in Singapore.