A recent graduate employment survey has revealed a surge in fresh graduate salaries but a drop in securing full-time roles.
AI's increasing integration in finance roles signals a transformative phase, reflecting evolving dynamics in the industry's landscape.
Employees will be given more opportunities to upskill and reskill, while investment in technologies such as AI will drive new innovation capabilities.
Budget 2024 is focusing on skills training and income support, and empowering employees to meet the economic challenges and opportunities ahead.
As Singapore’s tourism rebounds, how can the hospitality industry tackle labour shortages and maintain guest satisfaction?
With more talent travelling in from overseas, Singapore remains attractive as a global destination for talented digital nomads.
In supporting a diverse and intergenerational workforce, one of NTT Singapore’s key initiatives is to reskill and upskill older employees in technology.
Organisations can do more to complement government efforts in creating a more inclusive, accessible society for PWIDs in Singapore.
Anticipating layoffs to increase in 2024, the NTUC and SNEF have called for more assistance for employees in transition to their next job.
The guidelines aim to complement existing frameworks while emphasising fair treatment for retrenched employees.
Hybrid work is key in Singapore’s job landscape with 62% of employees in hybrid roles unlikely to leave in 2024.
Job stability prevails in Singapore as a decline in employee mobility spans all ages and industries, signalling a shift in career priorities.
Developing successful mentorship programmes can help organisations enable a cycle of diverse leadership, especially for female employees.
Retrenchment surged to 14,320 in 2023, doubling the previous year’s figure, though a Q4 decline hinted at sector-specific challenges.
Leaders are turning to new ways of engagement to attract new talent and cultivate existing ones for great workplace culture.
The platform, known as the Progressive Wage Portal (PW Portal), will allow employees to see if their wages are concurrent with what is due to them.
Employees in Singapore are looking to switch employers after two years due to reasons like pay, better career progression, and lack of recognition.
Employees in Singapore are motivated to learn new things for the sake of their careers, as many are motivated by factors such as the rise of gen AI.
Seeking better work-life balance, salaries, and new career opportunities, more employees are open to leaving their current positions for new jobs.
Air quality at work does not just affect the health of employees, but also the ability to create solutions at work, new research from NTU shows.
Top jobs in demand for 2023 and 2024 include finance, ICT, health and social services and professional services, say Singapore job experts.
In the second of a 2-part article, Workforce Singapore’s Julia Ng delves into job redesign and talent strategies in Singapore’s workforce.
Job vacancies in Singapore dip to 78,400 in September 2023, down from 126,000 in March, with growth sectors playing a pivotal role.
The evolving work landscape, technology, and organisational culture were key topics HR leaders discussed at CHRO Singapore.
In the first of a 2-part article, Workforce Singapore’s Julia Ng discusses talent challenges and strategies for workforce transformation.
Larger organisations exhibit a trend towards generous bonuses, while a slight decline in 3%-5% salary increments is noted.
Opening tomorrow, CHRO Singapore will equip HR leaders with transformative strategies and tech insights to navigate 2024.
The National AI Strategy 2.0 focuses on talent development and infrastructure to position the country at the forefront of the evolving AI landscape.
The country's labour market remains resilient with an expected boost in real income growth next year amid easing inflation.
Nearly one-third of Singapore’s workforce anticipate remote work from anywhere in the world within five years.