MOM’s ACE Group to become permanent division to ensure govt presence in migrant worker dorms

MOM’s ACE Group to become permanent division to ensure govt presence in migrant worker dorms

26/9/2021 1:09:00 AM

MOM’s ACE Group to become permanent division to ensure govt presence in migrant worker dorms

SINGAPORE — Initially formed to support migrant workers following the outbreaks of Covid-19 in workers’ dormitories last year, the Ministry of Manpower’s Assurance, Care and Engagement (ACE) group will now become a permanent division so as to ensure a firm government presence in these dormitories.

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Employees with positive Covid-19 antigen rapid test result entitled to paid sick leave: MOMSINGAPORE — Those with a positive Covid-19 antigen rapid test (ART) result should be allowed to work from home if they are able to do so, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said in a tripartite advisory published on Saturday (Sept 25).

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