A third of Our Tampines Hub social enterprise hawkers choose 5-day week under new contracts

The option to work a five-day week, rather than a six-day one if they stayed open for 24 hours, was given to stallholders under new regulations to protect the interests of Social Enterprise Hawker Centres.
The option to work a five-day week, rather than a six-day one if they stayed open for 24 hours, was given to stallholders under new regulations to protect the interests of Social Enterprise Hawker Centres.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

SINGAPORE - More than one third of the hawkers at the Hawker Centre @ Our Tampines Hub, one of Singapore's seven Social Enterprise Hawker Centres (SEHCs), have opted to take two full days off a week.

The option to work a five-day week, rather than a six-day one if they stayed open for 24 hours, was given to stallholders under new regulations to protect the interests of SEHC hawkers.

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