3 workplaces forced to stop operations for instructing staff to return instead of working from home

SINGAPORE – Three workplaces were forced to stop operations for failing to implement adequate safe management measures, including instructing employees to return to the office instead of allowing them to work from home, said the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Wednesday (June 3) evening.

A total of 14 composition fines were also issued to employers for breaching various safe management measures in the two days following the end of the circuit breaker period on Monday.

As of 5pm on Wednesday, the ministry had inspected over 200 workplaces in islandwide enforcement operations, it said in a Facebook post.

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