Incidence of Redundancy, Annual

Managed by Ministry of Manpower

Incidence of redundancy refers to the number made redundant per 1,000 workers due to retrenchment and early termination of contract.

Before 2006, the Labour Market Survey covers private sector establishments each with at least 25 employees. From 2006 onwards, the survey also covers the public sector.

The data is rounded to one decimal place.



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