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Labour market

2 in 5 employees in Singapore plan to switch jobs this year: Randstad

SINGAPORE (June 19): Macroeconomic uncertainty? Cautious labour market?

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

Singapore's manufacturing talent must evolve to address new challenges: Randstad

SINGAPORE (Sept 5): A growing number of companies in Singapore’s manufacturing sector have been jumping on the digital bandwagon by exploring how manufacturing intelligence and automation can help

Careers & Training

Hiring for these banking & financial services roles remained robust in 2Q: Randstad

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Randstad Singapore says 2Q hiring activities have increased for front- to middle-back office operations in the banking & financial services sector, following a quarter of str

Careers & Training

Singaporeans eager to upskill, but not entirely from their own pockets: Randstad

SINGAPORE (Apr 4): Singapore recorded the highest number of employees in Southeast Asia who expect their government to offer incentives should they choose to develop their professional competencies

Management & Corporate Governance

Singaporeans least optimistic about seeing a pay rise this year: Randstad

SINGAPORE (Mar 5): Singaporean employees are Asia’s least optimistic about a wage growth this year, according to Randstad Workmonitor’s survey results for 4Q17.  

Careers & Training

53% of job seekers turned off by lengthy recruitment process

SINGAPORE (Nov 20): One in two or about 53% of job seekers in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia say that they develop a negative impression of the prospective employer if the hiring process takes l

38% of unhappy Singaporeans looking to leave their jobs, says Randstad

SINGAPORE (June 15): Nearly four out of 10 or 38% of disgruntled workers in Singapore and Hong Kong have plans to leave their companies in the next six months, says the latest Randstad survey.

Startups • Entrepreneurs • Digital economy

What’s holding Asia’s millennials back from unleashing their entrepreneurial spirit?

SINGAPORE (March 29): A higher proportion of employees across Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia (37%) are considering leaving their current job to start on their own business compared to the global

Is the Singapore economy about to get worse? 61% of employees here think so

SINGAPORE (Dec 21): 62% of employees in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia believe that the economic situation in their country is about to get worse in 2017, above the global average of 49%.

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