If you are an employment pass holder in Singapore, can you have a part time job, that is from a different industry than your current full time job, if your employer approves it? Also, as an E-Pass holder, are you allow to generate extra income from an app
asked now ago
Hi I just started a small firm with 100 ordinary shares and I just hired a person under EP. I wanted to set up a ESOP so as to retain this person. Can I do the agreement myself without any lawyer? I just want to give the ESOP to this one person. Thanks in
asked 19 weeks ago
I am a foreign WP holder, Is it against employment act if I'm providing my professional assistant to ex-colleague during non-working day, I am not working freelance, my intention is just lend a hand for a friend, and for that my employer gave me immed
asked 23 weeks ago
I worked under Employment Pass as an executive. The Board of Directors resolved to adjust my salary for new position but CEO didn't execute. Can I claim the company? How? My EP returned to MoM on July 2016. How many years for prescription?
asked 2 months ago
Why are child actors under 13 allowed in Singapore? The Employment act (https://sso.agc.gov.sg/SL/EmA1968-RG1) did not provide for any exceptions.
asked 3 months ago
Employee with more than 4500 salary but no managerial or executive functions also wont cover under employment act?
My employment contract no where stated i am in magerial or executive level.Now they making issues to provide maternity leave.
My company wants to make me redundant - I have been with them 10 years and offered the standard 6 month notice period but no extra 1 month per year employed as offered to others. Is this correct?
I'm earning more than 4500$ pm, according to employment act, i'm not covered by the act, so then which Singapore law covered or act on me accordance with employment contract, i'm foreigner, please advice me. thank you
I currently working in employment agency under probation, recently I accidentally cancel a worker's EP without authorisation from the company. What is the most worst consequences of this?
i am working in a hotel as a front desk executive. i work 8 hours a day for 6 days per week. i got no lunch break and the hotel doe not pay me overtime. is this legal?