NTUC Union Members can now enjoy up to 21% savings on FairPrice Group spend*
Trust is Singapore’s newest digital bank. A partnership between Standard Chartered Bank and FairPrice Group, combining over 200 years of heritage. With the NTUC Link Credit Card, NTUC Union Members can now enjoy generous savings of up to 21% when they shop at FairPrice, Kopitiam, Cheers, Unity & more!
As NTUC Union members, you can enjoy these benefits when you sign up for NTUC Link Credit Card
Get up to 21% savings in Linkpoints on your FPG groceries and food spend
Effortlessly earn a high savings account interest rate of up to 1.4% p.a with Savings Account by Trust^
No annual fee
No foreign transaction fee (not even 1% Visa charges)
No cash advance fee
No card replacement fee
Choose your preferred repayment date
Security features such as locking and unlocking your card anytime, anywhere
So what are you waiting for? Sign up now & get rewarded with your NTUC Link Credit Card by Trust
NTUC Launches #EveryWorkerMatters Conversations to Engage Workers
The Labour Movement wants to renew its compact with workers and understand their concerns surrounding work on a deeper level.
With that intent, NTUC launched the #EveryWorkerMatters Conversations (#EWMC) at a dialogue session with over 100 union leaders on 11 August 2022 at NTUC Centre. The launch marked a year-long public exercise to engage at least 20,000 individuals of different ages, collars, and sectors.
Tripartite Cluster for Retail Industry Releases Progressive Wage Model Recommendations
Some 19,000 lower-wage workers in the retail sector will soon see better wages and a more structured career progression with the introduction of the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) in the industry.
The Tripartite Cluster for Retail Industry (TCR) released its recommendations on the retail PWM on 15 August 2022.
The Ministry of Manpower has since issued a separate media release accepting the TCR's recommendations.
NTUC Engages Institutes of Higher Learning as Part of Its Youth Taskforce
The Labour Movement on 2 August 2022 began its first on-the-ground engagement with Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) at ITE College West.
PM Lee: Tripartism Will Continue to Stabilise and Anchor Singapore in Times of Crisis
Mr Lee gave his May Day Rally address on 1 May 2022 to over 1,000 union leaders and tripartite partners at Downtown East.
“Our tripartite partnership has made a big contribution both to our economy and our cohesion. It is our uniquely Singaporean way of conducting labour relations. Where Government, employers and unions are close partners working for a common cause, coming up with win-win solutions across many different issues over decades.
“It is how we have come through uncertain times and crises in the past. And it is what we continue to need, to remain united and successful in the future,” he said.
NTUC Renews Its Compact with Workers at May Day Rally
Amidst geo-political and economic uncertainties, NTUC will continue to anchor on its core purpose to advance workers’ interests and uplift their lives by helping them attain better wages, welfare, and work prospects.
NTUC Secretary-General Ng Chee Meng renewed the NTUC’s compact with workers at the May Day Rally on 1 May 2022 at Downtown East.
NTUC May Day Celebration 2022
May Day Family Celebrations 2022 is back!
This year, the celebrations will take place at Wild Wild Wet, starting from 1 May 2022 until 31 October 2022.
To thank you for being our union member, a total of 15,000 Wild Wild Wet tickets will be made available to members at a highly subsidised rate.
Retailing at $108, you can receive a bundle of 4 Wild Wild Wet tickets and a $10 Downtown East voucher by only paying $10! All proceeds shall be donated to the NTUC U-Care Fund to improve the lives of our lower income families.
STESU Partners ST Engineering Group (STE), and NTUC LearningHub (LHUB) to make learning accessible and affordable.
In this age of constant disruption and change, the need for our workers to stay relevant and competitive has never been greater.
To champion lifelong learning and upskilling for workers, NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB) launched the Learning eXperience Platform (LXP) mobile application to make learning accessible and affordable.
LXP offers Singapore’s largest online subscription package of over 75,000 courses to facilitate learning anytime, anywhere. Beyond learning, it also serves as a platform for jobs and skills development for both workers and companies.
6 Tips for a Happy Mental State While Working from Home
What can you do to ensure your mind is in check while you hustle? We share some tips to beat the work-from-home blues and stay happy during this pandemic.
New FairPrice Group Discounts to Help You Cope with the Cost of Living
The rising cost of living in Singapore due to inflation has been making headlines, especially with Budget 2022 around the corner.
The protracted COVID-19 situation has also exacerbated the rising costs in Singapore for the better part of the past two years.
To help you cope with the situation, FairPrice Group has announced it will give special discounts and hold prices of essentials as part of its new Stretch Your Dollar programme.
Wirecard Collapse: Union Ensures Fair Compensation for Singapore Employees
The union also helped affected employees with new job opportunities following the retrenchment exercise.
The Challenges of Getting Employed: A Mature PME’s Journey
A former CEO of an information and communications technology startup shares his experience of trying to re-enter the job market after getting retrenched.