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High Court reminds lawyers to assess injury cases carefully before filling claims under common law. This is all the more critical when workers are in desperate financial straits and see only the upside of going to court.
MOM adopts an idea put forward by TWC2 three years ago to ensure a more level playing field for workers with salary claims and uncooperative employers
Next screening: 5 January 2020 at 2pm. Part of proceeds to benefit TWC2
Food, prizes, dancing and chopping off hands at TWC2's International Migrants Day commemoration
Three Indonesian domestic workers reported to have links with ISIS; they have been detained under the ISA to be investigated.
427 doctors responded to this survey describing what they've seen of how foreign workers' medical treatment have been compromised.
High Court says MOM’s Assistant Commissioner had a “fundamental misunderstanding” of the work injury law
Abu Samad died of a heart attack while at work. He had a history of ischaemic heart disease. MOM's Assistant Commissioner for Labour ruled that his next-of-kin were not entitled to work injury compensation. The High Court overruled it.