About the Tripartite Collective


The Tripartite Collective is jointly set up by the tripartite partners - Ministry of Manpower (MOM), National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), and Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF). Past tripartite leaders, Mr Lim Swee Say, Mr Stephen Lee and Ms Diana Chia have been appointed as advisors for the Tripartite Collective.

The Tripartite Collective aims to strengthen the spirit of tripartism in the community by fostering trust and socialising stakeholders to the values and benefits of tripartism. It will bring together members from the tripartite community, academic, legal and media communities to exchange views and ideas on issues faced by employees and employers. Through the exchanges, the Tripartite Collective seeks to build relationships and develop capabilities within the community to further the development of progressive workplaces.

To achieve the above outcomes, the Tripartite Collective will commission research studies, conduct open dialogues and sharing sessions, and organise capability development programmes.

Our Mission

  • Promote the core values and benefits of tripartism
  • Enhance capability development for stakeholders to sustain tripartism
  • Engage and grow the community of stakeholders rooted in tripartism
     

Membership

The Tripartite Collective will comprise members from tripartite partners as well as representatives from the academic, legal and media communities. Members will be invited to exclusive events including dialogues and learning journeys where members can engage and learn with the wider tripartite community.

Membership is on an invitation basis only. If you are interested to join the events or find out more about the Collective, you may refer to the Frequently Asked Questions or contact us at tripartitecollective@tal.sg.

Events and Activities

Upcoming Events

Watch this space for upcoming exciting events.

 

 

Past Events

 

Click here for more information about the event and the post-event highlights.

Research Studies

Access the research studies commissioned by the Tripartite Collective here.

Supporting Partners