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Useful links

Find useful links related to labour relations and workplaces, foreign manpower, and manpower statistics.

  • Community Engagement Programme
    The Community Engagement Programme (CEP) improves relations between people of different races and religions and helps increase Singaporeans' ability to cope with emergencies. Visit the CEP website to find out how you can be a part of the programme.
  • Health Promotion Board
    Get help in creating a healthy work environment, including information about HPB's health promotion programmes and services for workers.
  • International Labour Organisation (ILO)
    The main aims of the ILO are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues. This website provides information on the ILO's activities, publications and library services.
  • National Library Line (NL.Line)
    Join the library online, renew and reserve books and check the due dates for items you have borrowed. It also allows you to search by subject, title and author from its online catalogue.
  • National Trades Union Congress (NTUC)
    Founded in 1961, NTUC's purpose is to look after the interest of workers. You can use this website to find out more about NTUC and its events, publications, affiliated co-operatives and related organisations.
  • Singapore Human Resource Institute (SHRI)
    Discover more about SHRI, a human resources professional body, including its events, research, programmes and services.
  • Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF)
    SNEF is a national trade union of employers that offers consultancy, training and research. SNEF's website includes information on training, events, publications and its services.
  • SPRING Singapore
    SPRING Singapore's mission is to help Singapore enterprises grow and to build trust in Singapore products and services. Find out more about its programmes and resources.

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