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Collaboration between NTUC, MOM and SNEF

MOM, NTUC and SNEF set up new company, Tripartite Alliance Limited

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During the launch event of the Tripartite Alliance for Dispute Management (TADM), Lim Swee Say, Singapore’s minister for manpower, Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability has announced the opening of the Tripartite Alliance Limited (TAL).

Operating as a shared ownership, TAL is jointly owned by Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower (MOM), NTUC and SNEF.

The three parties will collate resources, pool their expertise and work together as one tripartite alliance to serve the interests of Singaporean workers.

Minister Lim said: “To ensure that the tone, spirit and direction is fully aligned, it is important that we have the right leadership.”

On that note, he took the opportunity to welcome the senior management of the new company. He said: “On NTUC’s side, I am very grateful to NTUC secretary-general, Chun Sing for nominating deputy secretary-general, Heng Swee How and Tan Hock Soon to represent NTUC.”

“On SNEF’s side, I am very grateful to Dr Robert Yap for nominating Douglas Foo and Han Kwee Juan. From MOM’s side, we have Aubeck Kam, permanent secretary of MOM,” he added.

Finally, Then Yee Thoong will oversee the day-to-day leadership as the executive director of TAL.

The Tripartite Alliance for Fair Employment (TAFEP) and TADM will be the first two entities under TAL. The future development of TAFEP and TADM will be supported and directed through TAL.

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