TAL is set up to be the driving force for progressive workplaces and harmonious work relations. The tripartite partners are committed to help employers grow their businesses and employees improve their careers.
Mr Stephen Lee, TAL Chairman
Tripartite Alliance Limited (TAL) is a Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) that is jointly set up by the tripartite partners:
Ministry of Manpower (MOM), National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF).
Harmonious Work Relations.
Trusted tripartite organisation, effective mediator, committed partner and advocate for great work practices.
How We Can Help You
Tripartite Alliance for Fair & Progressive Employment Practices
Promoting the adoption of fair, responsible and progressive employment practices.
Tripartite Alliance for Dispute Management
Mediation and advice for managing employment or payment-related disputes.
Board of Directors
Mr Stephen Lee
Mr Chia Der Jiun
Permanent Secretary (Development), MOM
Mr Jason Chen
Deputy Secretary, MOM
(alternate member to PS)
Ms Cham Hui Fong
Deputy Secretary-General, NTUC
Mr Ong Hwee Liang
Vice President, NTUC Central Committee
General Secretary of the SIA Engineering Company Engineers and Executives Union
Mr Edwin Ng
Honorary Secretary, SNEF Council
Managing Director, Markono Group Pte Ltd
Ms Ivy Lai
SNEF Council Member
CEO of Philips Electronics Singapore Pte Ltd
Mr Kandhavel Periyasamy
Divisional Director, LRWD
Executive Director 1, TAL
Mr Silas Sng
Divisional Director, Occupational Safety and Health Division, MOM
Executive Director 2, TAL
Mr Christopher Wong
Head and Partner (Assurance), Ernst & Young LLP
Mr Lau Kai Lee
Partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Director, Morgan Lewis Stamford LLC
TAL is committed to build a fair and progressive workplace for all our staff.
We are an adopter of the Tripartite Standards
We are looking for motivated and committed individuals who are keen to make a positive difference and contribute towards the building of progressive workplaces and harmonious work relations in Singapore.