Note: You can file a claim with your Singpass if you have your employment claim’s details. You will be notified of the next step via your preferred mode of communication. If you have filed a claim with TADM, you can log into your dashboard via eServices to view your claim status.

You may also use "Ask TADM" chatbot advisory service to get immediate answers, preliminary assessment and file your claim. The chatbot may direct you to make an appointment to speak to us if it cannot address your queries. We recommend Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari or Mozilla Firefox on desktop or laptop for best experience.

Do take note of the time limit(s) to file your claim(s). You may visit the Ministry of Manpower if you have general queries on the Employment Act.

(For Employers) Who can attend or represent the company at mediation?

Last updated 28 May 2024

The authorised representative has to be:

  • An office holder [e.g. Director, Partner, or Sole-proprietor registered with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA)]*, or
  • A full-time employee (supported by a Letter of Authorisation signed by an office holder to authorise the representative to act for the entity)

Lawyers are not allowed to represent any party in mediation.

* For other entities e.g. Management Corporation Strata Title (MCST), societies, the representative should be a member of the governing body. 

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