Employers in Singapore need to ensure that their foreign workers are properly covered by medical insurance and other benefits and comply with all relevant laws.
Foreign workers in Singapore are required by law to have medical insurance coverage, as part of the Work Injury Compensation Act.
The medical benefits that foreign workers in Singapore are entitled to will depend on their employment status, the type of medical insurance they have, and their individual circumstances.
Employers are required to provide their foreign workers with medical insurance coverage that includes hospitalization and surgical expenses, as well as outpatient treatment and specialist consultations.
The insurance coverage must also include repatriation expenses in the event that the foreign worker needs to be returned to his or her home country for medical treatment.
In addition to medical insurance, foreign workers in Singapore may also be entitled to other benefits, such as sick leave, disability benefits, and death benefits, depending on the terms of their employment contract and the laws and regulations that apply to their employment.
It is important for employers to ensure that their foreign workers are properly covered by medical insurance and other benefits, and to comply with all relevant laws and regulations related to the employment of foreign workers in Singapore.