References

Employment Law Guide

 

References


Date Published: 23 March 2020 



 

[1] Section 95A of the Employment Act (Cap. 91).

[2] Second Schedule to the Employment (Employment Records, Key Employment Terms and Pay Slips) Regulations 2016 (No. S 148/2016).

[3] Paragraphs 3 and 4 of the Schedule to the Employment (Administrative Penalties) Regulations 2016 (No. S 149/2016).

[4] Third Schedule to the Employment (Employment Records, Key Employment Terms and Pay Slips) Regulations 2016 (No. S 148/2016).

[5] Paragraphs 5 and 6 of the Schedule to the Employment (Administrative Penalties) Regulations 2016 (No. S 149/2016).

[6] Employment (Sick Leave — Hospitalisation) Regulations 2019 (No. S 199) reg 2.

[7] Tripartite Guidelines on Wrongful Dismissal, published on 1 April 2019. Available at: <https://www.mom.gov.sg/~/media/mom/documents/employment-practices/guidelines/tripartite-guidelines-on-wrongful-dismissal.pdf?la=en>.

[8] A copy of the revised advisory may be accessed at: https://www.mom.gov.sg/-/media/mom/documents/employment-practices/guidelines/tripartite-advisory-on-managing-excess-manpower-and-responsible-retrenchment.pdf?la=en&hash=FED5FC78385A29DE079C113C4DBB0871

[9] Employment (Retrenchment Reporting) Notification 2019 (No. S 200).

[10] Section 126A of the Employment Act (Cap. 91).

[11] Tripartite guidelines on the re-employment of older employees, last updated on March 2017.

Available at: <https://www.mom.gov.sg/-/media/mom/documents/employment-practices/guidelines/tripartite-guidelines-on-re-employment-of-older-employees-1-july-2017.pdf?la=en&hash=AB0F8825651D7B29F7D24E82FE1ACD94>.

[12] Paragraphs 1 and 2 of the Schedule to the Employment (Administrative Penalties) Regulations 2016 (No. S 149/2016).

[13] Third Schedule to the Employment Claims Act 2016 (No. 21 of 2016).

[14] First Schedule to the Employment Claims Act 2016 (No. 21 of 2016).

[15] Second Schedule to the Employment Claims Act 2016 (No. 21 of 2016).

[16] Section 18(2) of the Industrial Relations Act (Cap. 136).

[17] Section 35(1) of the Industrial Relations Act (Cap. 136).

[18] Section 34(1)(a) of the Industrial Relations Act (Cap. 136).

[19] Section 30A of the Industrial Relations Act (Cap. 136).

[20] Section 17(1) of the Industrial Relations Act (Cap. 136).

[21] Ministry of Manpower, Tripartite Advisory on Managing Workplace Harassment. Available at: <https://www.mom.gov.sg/~/media/mom/documents/employment-practices/guidelines/tripartite-advisory-on-managing-workplace-harassment.pdf?la=en>.

 

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