Yeo Wan Ling, NTUC

Yeo Wan Ling, NTUC

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15 February 2022
Why It Matters: Budget 2022 - Protecting the livelihood of SEPs and women in Singapore
As we transit to the endemic phase after the last two years of fighting Covid-19, livelihoods remain the core concern of workers. For over six decades, NTUC’s focus has always been on our workers, especially the vulnerable workers and their role is more important than ever now as we progressively recover from the pandemic. Yeo Wan Ling, Director of U SME and U Women and Family, NTUC shares the three key areas NTUC has seen that needs urgent attention and their plans to ensure SEPs in Singapore get better timely support from platforms .

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3 June 2021
Soul of Business: Job redesign for women
On Soul of Business, 2021 was declared to be the Year of Women by the Ministry of Social and Family Development, and Claressa Monterio spoke to Ms Yeo Wan Ling, Director of U SME and U Women and Family, NTUC, on how job redesign can positively impact women's development, to help them achieve their fullest potential by changing mindsets, expanding career pathways and enabling choice for working women.

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