Cited from DPM’s Heng Swee Keat Facebook post:
Cited from Secretary-General Mr. Ng Chee Meng’s Facebook post:
“Recently at May Day Rally, I shared about the $70 million NTUC CTC Grant to scale our transformation efforts. What this means for businesses is enhanced productivity and innovation, and the ability to attract and retain talent more effectively. In turn, our workers can have better work prospects and better wages.”
This was part of their plan to grow and transform Singapore’s economy in the future by encouraging more companies to leverage the available resources and setting up their CTCs with NTUC and unions for both multinational corporations and small-medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore.
(Sharing session with tech crew – Eric and Sooche)
Cited from Deputy Secretary-General Mr. Chee Hong Tat’s Facebook post:
“I encourage more companies to innovate and grow with NTUC through the CTC platform and leverage the resources and support from the #LabourMovement!”
With their campaign reach aimed to encourage more Small Medium Enterprises (SME) companies like Vicinity Studio to consider taking part in this virtuous cycle to transform their business and overall workforce.
Heng Swee Keat Facebook (2022, May 5) https://www.facebook.com/hengsweekeat/posts/555552909263781
Ng Chee Meng Facebook (2022, May 6) https://www.facebook.com/NgCheeMengforSG/posts/553246422828200
Chee Hong Tat Facebook (2022, May 6) https://www.facebook.com/hongtat.chee/posts/549822559841848
Photographs by Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI), Lim Sin Thai