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NTUC U FSE Relief Scheme

NTUC U FSE provides cash relief of up to $650 to support freelance combi bus, limousine and delivery drivers and riders.​

Getting to know National Delivery Champions Association (NDCA), Together We Grow

​The association represents freelancers whose main source of income are from food delivery or package delivery, regardless of the mode of transport.

NTUC Care Fund (e-Vouchers) 2021

​NTUC is committed to help our low-income union members in times of need through various assistance programmes. The NTUC Care Fund (e-Vouchers) is an assistance programme which aims to assist our low-income union members to defray their cost of basic necessities and their children's school expenses for the new school year.


Freelancing by the Numbers

​We highlight some of the key findings from Own Account Workers 2017, the Ministry of Manpower's latest survey on freelancers.

Will There Be More Support for Freelancers?

​Keep your eyes peeled for the Government's response to these recommendations by the Tripartite Workgroup for Freelancers (Self-Employed Persons).

All About VICPA

An insight into the Visual, Audio, Creative Content Professionals Association (Singapore), and upcoming engagement sessions to hear from you.


Freelancer Gripes

​It’s about time someone called out the elephant in the room. Here are some of the top concerns freelancers face. Every. Single. Day.​

NTUC: Freelancers, We Will Help You

NTUC will be stepping up efforts to help freelancers and Self-Employed Persons (SEPs) make appeals to the Government for their SEP Income Relief Scheme (SIRS) applications. This was announced by NTUC Secretary-General Ng Chee Meng in Parliament on Monday, 6 April 2020.

A Freelancer in the Trump-Kim Summit

​Fresh from the recent Trump-Kim Summit in Singapore, freelance project co-ordinator Chen Ruiling recounts the excitement and stress of being part of a news crew documenting world history being made.


View from the top

​Who’s getting the best close-up view this National Day Parade (NDP)? Freelance rigger Mohammad Raffi shows us.

​NTUC Care Fund (COVID-19) ENHANCED!

​Refreshed criteria to help more union members tide through tough times. ​​Successful applicants from the first excercise are also eligible!

NTUC Care Fund (Covid-19)

​NTUC, affiliated unions and associations, and the Government have come together to offer aid to union members living in Singapore who are facing financial hardship due to the Covid-19 situation.​


NTUC Training Fund Brings Up Support for Self-Employed Persons

Self-Employed Persons (SEPs) will now have a total of $40 million in training support.The amount comes after NTUC committed on 25 March 2020 to add $4 million to the $36-million SEP Training Support Scheme set aside by the Government.

NTUC Care Fund: Helping Distressed Union Members Tide Over the Covid-19 Situation

NTUC, affiliated unions and associations, and the Government have come together to offer aid to union members living in Singapore who are facing financial hardship due to the Covid-19 situation. Together, they have committed $25 million as part of the NTUC Care Fund, where each affected union member can benefit from a one-off relief of up to $300.

Applying for SIRS: Things You Should Know

The scheme pays a total of $9,000 to every eligible Self-Employed Person (SEP) over a period of nine months; the enhancement brought the total number of auto qualifying SEPs from 88,000 to around 100,000.​


NTUC Training Fund (SEPs)

​A total of $88 million will now be available to support our SEPs to go for training. Leveraging the Government's SEP Training Support Scheme and co-funded by the Government and NTUC, SEPs can now earn as they train. This total fund comprises the Government's $84 million SEP Training Support Scheme and a $4 million top up from the NTUC Training