human resources (HR)

Careers & Training

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

Careers & Training

Singapore's workforce faced with conservative salary increments; less likely to enjoy bonuses in 2019: Hays

SINGAPORE (Mar 5): Companies in Singapore are predicting conservative salary increases in the year ahead after a stagnant 2018, finds a recent research report by recruitment specialist Hays.

Careers & Training

Local talent can expect a 12-15% salary hike when switching jobs this year, says recruiter

SINGAPORE (Feb 20): In spite of government projects that suggest a slight drop in hiring growth this year, recruitment specialist Michael Page is expecting job growth to continue its steady momentu

Careers & Training

7 ways candidates can land their dream job in 2019: Hays

SINGAPORE (Jan 17): Jobseekers this year will need to demonstrate the unique value they can potentially bring to a business, on top of their willingness to adapt to change in the face of multifacet

Singapore economy

Singapore indicates region's weakest hiring intentions for 1Q19: ManpowerGroup

SINGAPORE (Dec 11): Singapore’s hiring pace is expected to moderate in 1Q19 after three consecutive quarters of strengthening labour market activity, according to the latest ManpowerGroup Employmen

Careers & Training

More hiring activity expected amid economic growth: Randstad

SINGAPORE (Sept 11): Companies have started building on their human resources capabilities in order to manage expected organisational expansion amid steady GDP growth forecasts, according to recrui

Careers & Training

Top emerging jobs in Singapore for 2018: LinkedIn

SINGAPORE (Sept 6): Demand for digital competency is high, but so are soft skills, according to the 2018 Emerging Jobs in Singapore Report by LinkedIn.

Careers & Training

Hiring woes largely due to lack of online presence, suggests survey

SINGAPORE (July 4): Three in five (57%) of job applicants in Singapore would not apply for a position at a company if no information about its reputation as an employer was available online, finds

Expats in Singapore now earn less than before, but remain among world's 20 most highly paid

SINGAPORE (May 28): Expatriates in Singapore are now receiving significantly less wages than before, even as the city state remains one of the 20 most expensive countries to employ expat staff in,

Management & Corporate Governance

Ageism, lack of disability support remain rampant in Singapore's workforce, finds study

SINGAPORE (Apr 18): Businesses in Singapore have much to catch up on in terms of workplace diversity, according a new report by Workday, a provider of enterprise cloud applications for finance and

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