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Wealth Management Institute to collaborate with MAS, IMAS, SVCA and leading investment firms to develop pipeline of talent for asset management industry

About 27 firms, including GIC, Allianz Global Investors and Natixis Investment Managers, have committed traineeship places so far.

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Dyson plans to add more than 2,000 jobs in Southeast Asia

(Sept 20): Appliance maker Dyson is hiring more than 2,000 people across Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines over the next four years, following its decision to relocate its head office to Southeast Asia.

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Efforts to woo Medtech talent successful but still insufficient: Randstad

SINGAPORE (July 23): The Singapore government has earmarked the medical technology sector as one of the key growth drivers for the economy.

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5 ways fresh grads can succeed in the evolving business landscape: Robert Half

SINGAPORE (July 15): Employers in Singapore are preparing for an influx of fresh university graduates to enter the job market.

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Hiring prospects in 3Q expected to remain stable: ManpowerGroup

SINGAPORE (June 11): Despite continued economic headwinds, Singaporean employers are still optimistic in their hiring plans for 3Q19, according to the latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey released today.

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Flexible working should be a business rather than gender issue, says Hays

SINGAPORE (May 29): Offering flexible working hours is key to improving a company’s diversity and inclusion (D&I) effectiveness – not as a “female friendly” policy just for the benefit of working mothers, but simply a “family friendly” one.

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Are Singapore companies guilty of ageism despite our greying population?

SINGAPORE (Apr 3): Companies in Singapore generally view mature workers as an asset although they may not have the right facilities to accommodate such employees, suggests a new survey conducted by PersolKelly.

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Mindfulness at work

Corporations are turning to age-old tools such as meditation to help staff improve focus, combat stress and sleep better.
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