Workplace power in Singapore: a paradox? Evidence from a 1998 national survey
Singapore workers are reputed to be highly disciplined, diligent, skillful, productive, and cooperative. In a tight labour market, though, they are likely to manifest organisational disloyalty and are given to job-hopping. Almost a quarter of all workers in Singapore are members of unions affiliated to the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), the sole confederation of labour unions in Singapore. The NTUC operates in close partnership with the state and adopts a productionist orientation. ...[Show more]
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