Title: Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF)
Live Site*: http://www.sgemployers.com/
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Publisher: Singapore National Employers Federation
Subject: Organisations>>Associations
Commerce and Industry>>Industries
Employers' associations--Singapore
Business, finance and industry
Business, finance and industry>>Management
Language: English
Abstract:
In July 1948, 23 employers in Singapore formed a trade union of employers known as "The Federation of Industrialists and Traders in Singapore". The primary objective was to promote and protect the general interest of employers. With the growth in its membership and the rapid expansion of industries, the name of the Federation was changed to the "Singapore Employers Federation (SEF)" in August 1953. The National Employers Council (NEC) was also formed by a group of employers. It was founded in 1965. The objective of the NEC was also to serve employers. On 1 July 1980, the Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) was established through the amalgamation of the SEF and the NEC. Before the amalgamation, SEF had 591 members and NEC had 226 members. To date, membership figure totalled more than one thousand eight hundred. The SNEF's website highlights its activities and programmes, such as the Global Remuneration Professional (GRP), the Risk Management Assistance Fund (RMAF) Programme and others. It provides also information on its training courses, publications, the ENABLE Fund, NWC Guidelines, Tripartite Guidelines and other industry news.
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