TWC2 responds to a letter in the Straits Times calling for KPIs for domestic workers.
Eight men under TWC2's care are introduced to a new career possibility: baristas, courtesy of The Coffee Roasters Cafe.
A wildly swinging pole hit a worker, leaving him with contusion on his right chest. Pain lasted for many days. But MOM said the injury was not work-related. Right decision or wrong?
The ILO is running a Global Media Competition for work related to labour migration. Open to professional and student journalists. Closing date 31 October 2019.
TWC2 calls on the government to issue state-wide Stop Work Orders if haze conditions reach unhealthy levels to protect health of workers engaged in physical work outdoors.
Although the law says itemised pay slips should be given to employees, 22.5% of foreign workers polled by TWC2 did not get them. Some pay slips were also deficient in detail, falling short of law.
427 doctors responded to this survey describing what they've seen of how foreign workers' medical treatment have been compromised.
TWC2 volunteer Nicholas meets a construction worker with a university degree. It sets him thinking.
The employer signed Settlement Agreements with 2 employees to pay their salary arrears, and the two men think all will be well. Problem solved.
A smallish fire broke out at Golden Mile Complex, where TWC2's main office is located, on 5 September 2019. We didn't suffer any damage.