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Contracting Resources: Protect you and your business through a fair service contract 


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(1) Tripartite Standards
The Tripartite Standards specify a set of fair and progressive employment practices for service contracts that all service buyers should implement at the workplace.

(2) Key Engagement Terms (KETs) for Self-Employed Persons

Create a contract with the Key Engagement Terms (KETs) for Self-Employed Persons developed by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), in accordance with the Tripartite Standard on Contracting with SEPs and details the key terms of engagement that should be provided in a written contract.
Clearer obligations and duties foster better working relationships between businesses and SEPs and enable SEPs to provide better services. Having a fair service contract that clearly states the terms of engagement is essential in avoiding disputes.

Download here: docIconImgKey-Terms-of-Engagement-for-SEPs.doc

(3)Debunk the Myths of Government Procurement Practices

At the “Fair In Freelancing 2017″ the talk by the Ministry of Finance, highlighted that the Government Procurement Process includes these 3 rules:
NTUC Freelancers and Self-Employed Unit (U FSE)'s simplified toolkit will help you gain a better understanding of the process, how to avoid common pitfalls, and compete effectively for Government contracts.

  • Open and fair competition
  • Transparency
  • Value for money

Visit here: U FSE: Debunk the Myths of Government Procurement Practices

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