27 Apr '11, 6am

The employee serving notice of termination is still considered an employee of his current employer - MOM: #sgelections

The employee serving notice of termination is still considered an employee of his current employer - MOM: #sgelections

A contract for service differs from a contract of service. A contract of service is an agreement whereby one person agrees to employ another as an employee and the other agrees to serve his employer as an employee. Under a contract of service, the employer must contribute CPF, and provide relevant statutory benefits such as annual leave, sick leave etc. for its employees engaged. A contract for services, however, is an agreement whereby a person is engaged as an independent contractor, such as a self-employed person or vendor engaged for a fee to carry out an assignment or a project for the company. Under such a work arrangement, there is no employer-employee relationship, and the employee is not covered by the Employment Act. There is no single conclusive test to distinguish a contract of employment from a contract for services. Some of the factors to be considered in ide...

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