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Australian Journal of Asian Law

Abstract from Volume 8 No 2 (2006)

Good Faith in Employment Termination-A Singapore Perspective

Ravi Chandran LLB Singapore, LLM Cambridge Associate Professor Business School National University of Singapore.

This article traces the development and applicability of the implied term of trust and confidence in a contract of employment, with specific reference to Singapore. Assuming such a term  is recognised in Singapore, it also examines the issue of whether the term applies to the termination of an employment contract, witht the effect being that a termination cannot be made in bad faith. It also examines the remedies should such a term exist and be applicable to the termination of an employment contract. The article also examines some of the policy reasons and implications pertaining to these issues.

(2006) 8(2) Asian Law 208

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