A new advisory committee has been form to develop policies for work injury compensation and address key operational issues faced by platform workers.
The rise in career mobility is attributed to more employment opportunities and is most prevalent among employees aged 30 and below.
While hiring sentiments remain positive, momentum in the labour market is expected to ease, says the Ministry of Manpower (MOM).
Employers are encouraged to consider employees’ cultures, values, and beliefs in any activities, programmes or policies that are not work-related.
Employees are also recognising the importance of upgrading their skills and learning new ones to expand their career options.
Organisations can do more to create a psychologically safe work environment that improves employee engagement, performance, and retention.
In addition to legislation, employers are encouraged to play a more active role in creating an inclusive and fair work environment for their employees.
Her responsibilities as CMO include brand strategy, corporate communications, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives.
To help employees find a fulfilling career, organisations can start by understanding what different employees are prioritising at work.
Deel's Karen Ng highlights why employers are going beyond their shores in search of the right talent and the role Deel is playing to support them.
Elon Musk had earlier told employees to return to the office, a policy that is now called into question as he reportedly looks to close more offices globally.
More employees are expected to request pay raises from their employers, while others will look for higher-paying positions.
The business outlook for 2023 is more cautious, considering the challenges in manpower, wages and inflation that are anticipated to continue.
The National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) wants more opportunities and protection to be created for a growing gig workforce and older workers.
Despite a decline in net employment, organisations in Singapore are ready to offer increments and bonuses to attract and retain talent.
Chew Siew Mee, Managing Director of JobStreet by SEEK, highlights what employers need to offer to encourage talent to join, and stay with their firms.
As hybrid work continues, firms are encouraged to prioritise the wellbeing of their employees to retain and support their journey towards fulfilling careers.
The Singapore Global Executive Programme (SGEP) is designed to nurture a new generation of local organisations and talent.
While employment continued to grow in Q3’2022, the Ministry of Manpower expects this momentum to be stunted in the months ahead.
Unlike their more experienced counterparts, younger employees will choose more income over having more free time.
The marketing and communications leader is re-joining Fujitsu as Head of Marketing for Asia Pacific and will support Fujitsu's growth in the region.
The average starting salary of a university graduate is now almost twice that of an ITE graduate, and this gap persists over their lifetimes.
Underperformance on DEI could have an adverse impact on organisations when it comes to recruitment and retention.
While real median income increased from 2021, growth was tempered by the continuing impact of high inflation.
Taking place on December 1, the CHRO Series Singapore will discuss topics such as building a talent management strategy that embraces innovation.
For mid-career employees, learning new skills has become increasingly important, and upskilling shows employers their willingness to learn.
This represents on-going efforts to provider better protection for the growing number of platform workers in the country.
Hybrid work, the rising cost of living, and uncertainty about the future are all stress factors for employees in Singapore.
In contrast, over 20% of leaders in the Philippines, India, Sri Lanka and Malaysia expect employees to be working in the office all the time.
A dedicated advisory committee has been reviewing protections for these workers under Singapore’s pension scheme.