Tuesday, 18 Nov 2014
Enabling and empowering older workers to work longer: A submission to the Singapore Ministry of Manpower by the PAP Seniors Group
Recently, the Tripartite Committee on Employability of Older Workers has recommended that older workers' rehiring age be increased from 65 to 67 years old. The government has accepted this recommendation which will be introduced through promotional means. Companies adopting it will be given incentives. No date has been fixed on when legislation will be introduced to compulsorily effect this change.
PAP.SG hopes that this small token of appreciation will send a strong message to our long serving and loyal members that the Party values their contributions.
To celebrate the party's 60th anniversary, it published a book entitled PAP60, Forward Together. We reproduce extracts of the last decade's milestones.
The 6th PPF Council comprises of 25 elected members.
The centres will provide seniors with health and social care services, and help support family caregivers who are working to ease the strains of an ageing population.
PAP Women's Wing wishes all Singaporeans, Happy 49th Birthday!
Community and Party events lined up to commemorate PAP's founding.
Jurong Spring residents are imbued with a strong kampong spirit, a throwback to 30 years ago when they lived in Ama Keng and Yio Chu Kang villages.
The charitable arm of the PAP has disbursed study awards every year, since 1999, to deserving students.
The Women's Wing pays tribute to women activists who are pioneers in age and spirit.