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​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!

All About VICPA

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

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

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.

UFSE Freelancer Fair: Widening Horizons, Charting the Way Forward

The second series of U FSE Freelancers Fair 2020: Widening Horizons focuses on equipping you with the knowledge and opportunities to successfully chart your way forward in the new world. ​


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.


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).

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.​


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.

Key Terms of Engagement Form Template for Self-Employed Persons (SEPs)

​MOM has developed a form template for SEPs on the key terms of engagement, in accordance with the Tripartite Standard on Contracting with SEPs (TS SEPs).​


Getting to Know NICA

​Heard about upcoming National Instructors and Coaches Association (NICA)? We find out how freelancers stand to benefit.

Freelancers' Finance Forum

​​​Everyone has the ability to build a financial ark to survive and flourish in the future. But you must invest time in your financial education to build an ark with a solid foundation - Robert Kiyosaki

U FSE E-Scooter Delivery Riders Programme

NTUC and its partners have put together a suite of services to help e-scooter delivery riders who are facing a sudden loss of income.