Will my partner still be allowed to work in Singapore?
NBAS invites you to a special insights panel on 14 April with lawyer Ian Lim, who heads the Employment & Labour team in TSMP Law Corporation.
The Ministry of Manpower has recently announced changes to the rules allowing Dependant Pass holders to work in Singapore. Will partners and children of expats still be allowed to work in Singapore? This question is highly relevant for the Norwegian community in Singapore and could also affect companies’ long-term decisions on where to locate their businesses.
What do the announced changes really mean for Norwegian companies already in Singapore, or those considering establishing a business here?
Through our special insights panel on 14 April, employers will get a comprehensive picture of Singapore’s position. Mr Lim will also recap the salient changes to Singapore’s employment laws over the last couple of years, before going into the changes in the immigration situation–including the question of work passes/dependant’s passes.
Ian Lim, Head of Employment and Labour, TSMP
The registration for the event is closed.
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