Below are some of the common compliance requirements of Singapore regulations. TN Online Payroll will calculate and file the necessary documents with the relevant authorities.
Paternity, Maternity, and Childcare Leave
To foster a pro-family environment, Singapore’s Ministry of Social and Family Development requires, with effect from 1st May 2013, that employers are to provide eligible working parents with:
- 2 days of Government-Paid Extended Child Care Leave annually for working parents with children aged 7-12 years. Parents with at least one child below the age of 7 years will continue to have 6 days of Child Care Leave;
- 4 weeks of Government-Paid Adoption Leave for working mothers;
- 1 week of Government-Paid Paternity Leave for working fathers; and
- 1 week of Government-Paid Shared Parental Leave where working fathers can share 1 week of the working mother’s Maternity Leave entitlement.
The above schemes also apply to parents who are self-employed.
NSmen are given service pay for each day of NS Training, including Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
Statutory filing requirement for newly hired, rehired, resigned, and terminated employees
TN Online Payroll will assist in calculation of all eligible leave and claims for the above groups of employees and file the required documents with the relevant authorities, like MSF, MINDEF, or the CPF Board. This ensures that your company can be reimbursed and stay in accordance with Singapore’s workplace regulations.
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