Home

JOBS

BCG partners SkillsFuture Singapore to help train more than 1,000 mid-career PMETs - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

JOBS

BCG partners SkillsFuture Singapore to help train more than 1,000 mid-career PMETs

The six-month RISE programme will focus on three key digital job domains and equip trainees with in-demand 'biztech' skills.

JOBS

Upskilling could add $6.5 bil and 5.3 mil jobs to global GDP by 2030

Accelerated skills training would also provide an additional 3% on average to global productivity by 2030.
4 in 10 Singaporean companies planning to expand headcount in 2021 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

JOBS

4 in 10 Singaporean companies planning to expand headcount in 2021

Singapore’s technology sector has been the main driver of employment growth.
As Covid-19 hits job market, HR firms roll up sleeves - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

JOBS

As Covid-19 hits job market, HR firms roll up sleeves

Empathy is key to hiring in these difficult economic times, especially since one's actions will be remembered post-crisis.
MAS on reskilling financial sector - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

JOBS

MAS on reskilling financial sector

The financial sector saw 1,900 net openings in the first half of 2020.

JOBS

Retrenchment doubles in 2Q; foreign students fret over meeting grant obligations

TGS recipients from overseas are bonded to work in a Singaporean entity for three years afte

JOBS

Accelerated post-Covid digitalisation to lead to net job gains for Singapore

Innovation and data analytics are two of the most important skill sets for the post-Covid economy.

JOBS

Singapore scrutinises 47 firms on high percentage of foreign hires, 240 more to be investigated

Singapore intends to scrutinize more companies for suspected discriminatory hiring practices as the country seeks to ensure that its citizens are treated fairly in the employment and promotion process.

JOBS

Singapore job offers canceled amid recession, recruiters say

Job seekers in Singapore are seeing signed employment contracts rescinded as businesses cut back on hiring during the pandemic-triggered recession, recruiters say.

JOBS

Singapore businesses avoid massive layoffs, move toward cautious hiring: Aon

Six in ten Singapore businesses say they have moved back to “cautious hiring” amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but layoffs were still unavoidable for some, according to a survey by global professional services firm Aon.
×