Some workers feel confident that they can handle their salary claims on their own, declining help and advice from us. We respect their decision.
For the upcoming Universal Periodic Review in 2021, our shadow report highlights several human rights shortcomings in Singapore affecting migrant workers here.
When an employee files a claim, the Tripartite Alliance for Dispute Management plays two roles. Is there a conflict of interest between the two roles?
With mediation meetings too difficult to organise, most cases were suspended. With the gradual lifting, there's some movement, but little prospect of happy outcomes.
Selim and Kibria, not paid for their previous jobs, are looking for new ones. They talk about inescapable demands for money from agents, supervisors and bosses.
With what looks like a policy change, worker's access to the Employment Claims Tribunal now appears to be seriously impeded by costs and uncertainty of process.
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
TWC2 submitted a report to the UN on the ways in which digital technology has affected the rights and social protection of migrant workers
The kindest route to take in helping men with virtually no hope of recovering unpaid salaries may be to just give them some money and move on. But the argument can be made that this does not serve the public interest. Weigh the pros and cons.
The employer signed Settlement Agreements with 2 employees to pay their salary arrears, and the two men think all will be well. Problem solved.