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COVID-19 has greatly disrupted most activities, however it did not deter young union leaders from taking part in the annual Young NTUC (YNTUC) workplan seminar on 20th March 2021 across
COVID-19 has brought about unprecedented times and circumstances, which made 2020 a tough year for seafarers, the key workers of our maritime industry. They brave a different kind of storm
On 8 April 2021, SMOU warmly welcomed Maritime Tripartite Partners for a round-table discussion. Among those present were Sister Quah Ley Hoon, Chief Executive of the Maritime and Port Authority
 SMOU organised its third Kopi Session with more than 70 participants from over 35 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) companies. Joined by personnel from SG-STAR Fund Taskforce (SFTF), the online Kopi
SMOU is proud to share that Assistant General Secretary Gwee Guo Duan was part of the team to receive the MOT Minister’s Innovation Award – Distinguished Award for The Singapore
Seafarers and maritime frontline workers have held the fort over the past year during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep the global supply chains moving. Showing appreciation for these key workers,
SMOU celebrated the contribution of women seafarers on International Women’s Day. “My message to all women seafarers is that you are an inspiration. SMOU applauds your perseverance and resilience to
Because of You, SMOU is able to celebrate its 70th Anniversary in 2021. Across the month of March, SMOU celebrated its birthday with members by surprising those who supported our

Golf under the Lights

With the resumption of sport and physical exercise & activity under Phase Three of Singapore’s reopening, SMOU held its Annual Golf League on 24 and 25 March. Under the Safe

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