NTUC Network Sets New Goal To Unionise More SMEs

3E Accounting is delighted to be featured in The Straits Times as a progressive employer who has accorded recognition to the Union. Being a home-grown small and medium-sized enterprise, 3E Accounting understands the value of tripartism and the importance of building a strong labour management relationship based on mutual trust and respect.

3E Accounting – First SME Accounting Firm To Be Unionised In Singapore

The Straits Times: NTUC Network To Unionise More SMEsAs the first Small and Medium-sized Accounting Practice (SMP) to be unionised, 3E Accounting founder Lawrence Chai hopes to leverage NTUC’s expertise on the company training committee model, where the Union partners firms to identify skills gaps and plans and executes training for workers. 3E Accounting encourages all employees to join the Union and will pay the Union fee for employees who are members of the union.

The National Trades Union Congress’ (NTUC) U SME director Yeo Guat Kwang told The Straits Times that the Labour Movement has set its sights on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which employ about 70 per cent of Singapore’s workforce. Given the current economic climate, this push is timely as NTUC hopes to help SMEs and workers “sail through this uncertain period better”.

Driven by the core values of “efficiency, effectiveness and economy” (abbreviated as “3E”), 3E Accounting is a one-stop solution offering professional services in audit and accounting, taxation, advisory, human resources, corporate secretarial, and business process outsourcing and company incorporation services.

We are delighted and privileged to be featured in a number of media publications.