Yes. But there are 3 main criteria you must fulfil first.
If you have answered ‘yes’ to all of the above, then you should be paid CPF. This applies whether you are working full-time, part-time, on an ad hoc/casual basis, or if you are on a probationary period. This is required under the CPF Act.
If you earn less than $500 per month, you do not have to contribute the employee share of the CPF. Your CPF contributions are borne solely by your employer.
If you come across employers who are not complying with the above requirements, you can:
Know your employment rights
Do you have questions about:
Find the answers here: FAQs on employment rights
For more info, visit: WorkRight initiative
Source: Ministry of Manpower, and Central Provident Fund Board
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