Close to half of Singaporean workers plan to quit their current jobs within a year: survey

SINGAPORE (July 12): Singaporean workers have the highest expected turnover rate in Asia Pacific, according to a study by enterprise cloud applications provider Workday and global market intelligence firm IDC.

Some 46% of Singaporean employees say they intend to leave their current jobs within 12 months, followed by Malaysia (38%) and Australia (35%).

Japanese workers are most likely in the region to stay in their current roles, with only 23% saying they plan to leave their current jobs within a year.

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 human resources (HR).

Panel survey reveals top 3 HR concerns in Singapore's services industry for 2018

SINGAPORE (Nov 29): Human resources leaders from the services industries are citing competition for talent as their biggest concern for the coming year, according to a survey conducted during a panel discussion today.

Themed Engaging Singapore’s Workforce of the Future the event was hosted by cloud-based software provider Workday.  Panellists included Human Capital Leader Institute’s CEO Wong Su-Yen; MediaCorp’s VP, Digital Marketing, Miguel Bernas; and Merle Chen, CHRO of Lo & Behold Group.

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