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The Ministry of Manpower (Abbreviation: MOM; Kementerian Tenaga Manusia; Tamil: மனிதவள அமைச்சு; Chinese: 新加坡人力部) is a ministry of the Government of Singapore which is responsible for the formulation and implementation of labour policies related to the workforce in Singapore. The Ministry was known as Ministry of Labour until 1998.

Singapore is ranked first among 157 countries in the inaugural World Bank Human Capital Index (HCI), which measures the human capital that a child born today can expect to attain by the age of 18.[1] In the IMD World Talent Ranking 2018, Singapore maintained its position as the best nation in Asia and 13th globally in developing, attracting and retaining highly-skilled professionals.[2][3]

Statutory Boards[]

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Ministry of Manpower building at Havelock Road, Singapore.

The MOM oversees 15 divisions and 3 statutory boards.[4] These are:

  • Corporate Communications Department
  • Corporate Planning Department
  • Customer Responsiveness Department
  • Foreign Manpower Management Division
  • Human Resource Department
  • Income Security Policy Division
  • International Manpower Division
  • Labour Relations and Workplaces Division
  • Legal Services Department
  • Manpower Planning and Policy Division
  • Manpower Research and Statistics Department
  • Occupational Safety and Health Division
  • National Human Resources Division
  • Work Pass Division
  • Workplace Policy and Strategy Division
  • MOM Statutory Board
    • Central Provident Fund Board
    • Singapore Workforce Development Agency
    • Singapore Labour Foundation

Minister for Manpower[]

Years in Office Minister
1963 – 1968 Jek Yeun Thong
1968 - 1971 S Rajaratnam
1971 - 1981 Ong Pang Boon
1981 - 1983 Ong Teng Cheong
1983 - 1983 E W Barker
1983 - 1985 S Jayakumar
1985 - 1991 Lee Yock Suan
1992 - 2003 Lee Boon Yang
2003 - 2008 Ng Eng Hen
2008 - 2011 Gan Kim Yong
2011 - 2012 Tharman Shanmugaratnam
2012 - 2015 Tan Chuan-Jin
2015 - 2018 Lim Swee Say
2018-Incumbent Josephine Teo

See also[]

  • Central Provident Fund Board
  • Employment in Singapore

References[]

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External links[]

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