Free Online Talks For Workers In May

As we continue working from home or exploring career options during the extended Circuit Breaker until 1 June, here is a list of free online talks for workers in May that explores a wide range of topics from jobs to current affairs.

On social enterprises, jobs, and being more resilient

Topic: Richardo Chua (Adrenalin Group) and Patrick Tay Teck Guan (Assistant Sec-Gen of NTUC and MP for West Coast GRC) will be chatting about social enterprises, jobs and how we can emerge from this crisis stronger and more resilient.

Date: 5 May, Tuesday, 8pm

Where: FB Live at

Investing through financial crisis

Topic: Gregory Van, CEO of Endowus and Timothy Ho, Managing Editor of DollarsandSense, will share their own thoughts and research around investing effectively during the financial crisis.

Date: 5 May, Tuesday, 7 – 830pm

Where: Webinar (sign up here)

Let’s Talk About Jobs, Work from Home, Skills & Training, Employment Rights


8 May, Friday, 8-9pm

Jobs – What are the support schemes available to help one stay employed and employable during Covid-19?

FB Live at


15 May, Friday, 3-4pm

Work from home – How best to navigate and maximise Working from Home arrangements?

FB Live at


22 May, Friday, 8-9pm

Skills and Training – What are the skills/training to pick up and what help and support is available?

Zoom (register at by 21 May 2359)


29 May, Friday, 3-4pm

Employment Rights – What are your workplace rights and responsibilities during Covid-19 and the current circuit breaker period?

Zoom (register at by 28 May 2359)

Stepping Up for Migrant Workers: Voices from the trenches


HealthServe is organising a panel discussion featuring HOME, TWC2, MWC and CMSC to discuss what has happened in the last few months and deliberate over issues and interventions within the migrant worker community.

Moderated by: Kenneth Paul Tan, Professor at the National University of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.

Michael Cheah (Executive Director, HealthServe)
Bernard Menon (Executive Director, Migrant Workers Centre)
Debbie Fordyce (President, Transient Workers Count Too)
Yinzhou Cai (Founder, Geylang Adventures)
Catherine James (Executive Director, Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics)

Date: 9 May, Saturday, 3pm

Where: Zoom (register here)

Source: HealthServe

Navigating The New Normal

Topic: NUS Business School is launching a live webinar series on our Facebook page as we find our footing amidst constant change. From the perspectives of world-renowned economists to industry insiders, we take a look at how COVID-19 is affecting all facets of business and how we can emerge stronger.

Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays in May, 1-130pm

Where: FB Live (see event details here)

Source: NUS
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