Singapore’s anti-discrimination guidelines given “more teeth” to soothe workers’ fears
Plans by Singapore’s government to formally enact anti-discrimination guidelines into law has been described as a prosaic but important step for Asia’s business hub as it seeks to soothe simmering tensions between local and foreign workers.
The Little Red Dot’s Tripartite Alliance for Fair & Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) provides guidance on workplace discrimination and counsels companies that fall short of the guidelines.
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