Study to look at work conditions, abuse faced by security officers

First public survey of industry welfare here aims to track changes in job sentiments, well-being and salary issues

The public survey of welfare in the security industry aims to track changes in job sentiments, welfare and pay conditions among security employees.
The public survey of welfare in the security industry aims to track changes in job sentiments, welfare and pay conditions among security employees.PHOTO: ST FILE

A study into the working conditions and abuse faced by private security officers in Singapore is under way, in what is the first public survey of industry welfare here.

The project, which will begin this month, is a collaboration between the Union of Security Employees (USE) and the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), and aims to track changes in job sentiments, welfare and pay conditions among security employees.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 10, 2019, with the headline 'Study to look at work conditions, abuse faced by security officers'. Subscribe