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  1. Legal news
    16 April 2019
    Is Silence Always Golden?
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2019/singapore/is-silence-always-golden

    We examine some of the illustrations proffered in the guidelines and highlight the challenges for HR in actual termination scenarios.

  2. Legal news
    31 August 2020
    Singapore: What happens in a retrenchment?
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2020/singapore/what-happens-in-a-retrenchment

    This article discusses some of the viewpoints set out in the FAQ published in the Straits Times on 23 August 2020 on the subject "What happens if you are retrenched?" The FAQ has generated much interest among Singapore ...

  3. Legal news
    14 May 2020
    Updates to the Tripartite advisory on managing excess manpower and responsible retrenchment and further guidelines on COVID-19
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2020/singapore/guidelines-for-employers-and-employees-on-the-collection-and-use-of-personal-data-covid-19

    1. Tripartite advisory on managing excess manpower and responsible retrenchment 2. National Wages Council 2020/2021 Guidelines (W.e.f 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2021) 3. Mandatory Notifications on Cost-Saving ...

  4. Legal news
    25 September 2018
    Singapore employment law update: how PDPC's new guidelines on NRIC affect employers
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2018/singapore/singapore-employment-law-update-how-pdpcs-new-guidelines-on-nrics-affect-employers

    On 31 August 2018, the Personal Data Protection Commission of Singapore ("PDPC") issued new Advisory Guidelines on the Personal Data Protection Act ("PDPA") for NRIC and Other National Identification Numbers ...

  5. Legal news
    24 April 2020
    COVID-19: Extension of the Circuit Breaker in Singapore and what it means for Employers
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2020/singapore/covid-19-extension-of-the-circuit-breaker-in-singapore-and-what-it-means-for-employers

    On 21 April 2020, the Multi-Ministry taskforce announced that fewer businesses will be allowed to operate during the Circuit Breaker which has been extended to 1 June 2020 (inclusive). Apart from the suspension of ...