Employment law is a broad area, and I.R.B Law are experts across this field of law, acting for both employers and employees.
The Employment Act of Singapore (Chapter 91) is the principal statute that regulates the employer/employee relationship. It expresses the terms and conditions for the employee covered by the Act. Compared to European standards, it is lightly regulated. This is to help secure foreign talent and capital. However, in recent years employees have received more entitlements, such as maternity leave, paternity leave, adoption leave, and shared parental leave.
Singapore has two categories of employees:
For employees, we can represent and advise you on matters including:
If you’re an employer, we represent and advise you on matters including:
Please get in touch to discuss your particular situation. We’ll be able to advise you of your potential options, recommended next steps, and potential fees involved.
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