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NTUC calls for higher wage payouts for younger low-income workers

NTUC calls for higher wage payouts for younger low-income workers

13/2/2019 3:45:00 PM

NTUC calls for higher wage payouts for younger low-income workers

The labour movement wants the Government to raise the income supplements for younger low-wage workers to reduce income inequality. Payouts from the Workfare Income Supplement (WIS) scheme, which tops up the incomes of those aged 35 and older and earning up to $2,000 a...

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NTUC calls for higher wage supplements for younger low-wage workersOne reason to raise the level of support for younger workers is that they are more likely to have young dependants, NTUC assistant secretary-general Zainal Sapari wrote in a blog post ahead of this year's Budget.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Why need to call? You Blood NTUC ownself increase your staff pay lah

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