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NTUC LearningHub partners with entomo in progressive talent transformation product

The innovation was awarded the AI – Human Resource Technology trophy at the Singapore Business Review (SBR) Technology Excellence Awards.

With the pandemic accelerating the pace of transformation of the global economy, there’s a rapid change in the type of jobs and skill requirements for Singaporeans to remain employable and grow professionally. 

Given the scale of change, entomo’s talent transformation platform was selected by NTUC LearningHub to power the Career Agility Hub and enabled the Singapore workforce to remain competitive in the face of Industry 4.0, as organisations need Worker 4.0 talents.

NTUC LearningHub is Singapore’s leading continuing education and training provider, focused on lifelong learning and upskilling for the Singapore workforce. This important initiative has profound implications to make Singapore's workforce future skill ready. It is at the heart of inspiring and investing in communities to incorporate sustainable practices and help businesses unlock the full potential of their most valuable asset – human capital. 

NTUC LearningHub and entomo created a one-stop AI-powered Career and Learning platform where it helps guide workers and employees in their journey to growth. The platform provides insights based on their skills to prepare for the future whilst letting individuals explore available training and job opportunities and nudges them to take the right actions by recommending suitable paths for them. By doing so, the Career Agility Hub uplifts Singapore’s workforce and empowers them through upskilling and progress.

“NTUC Learning Hub has a social mission, we will always want to make all workers better workers or jobs, better jobs. And in this light, we are looking at how we can help workers transform themselves and get themselves ready for the jobs of the future,” said Tay Ee Learn, Director of Technical Skills Product Division, NTUC LearningHub.

To help get the right-fit job for all, Career Agility Hub analyses skills gaps between current and aspired roles. The platform builds and enhances the user’s profile with relevant knowledge, aside from helping them view the latest skills trends and essential competencies. The users’ technical and behavioural competencies are also assessed, and contextualised career and learning recommendations are provided.  

With entomo’s technology, the Career Agility Hub allows users to get access to interest groups where they can get learning content and share ideas with mentors and leaders in their respective fields.  The skill gap analyser provides input on what they need to learn and the availability of curated jobs from MyCareersFuture and other featured employers together with online and in-person training courses, ensuring that the members of the platform can reskill and upskill based on their needs and get placed based on their aspirations. There are curated learning programmes made very specific to each person and group with actionable insights on career enablers thereby ensuring the growth and engagement of people. 

As of today, the platform offers over 100,000 jobs to enable learners, professional associations, career reinvention groups, people returning to work as well as ones pivoting into a new industry and enterprises in Singapore. 

Empowering the Singapore workforce in their career-shaping decisions is a large-scale initiative when it comes to transforming skills and competencies, enabling Singapore to continue to be skill ready for the future.      

“The world of work and workplaces are evolving at an unprecedented pace. This transformation, while seen as a threat in many economies and by many enterprises, is an immense opportunity for forward-thinking enterprises. Nations like Singapore provide an example of how this can be benefitted from proactively. Our technology enables talent transformation that makes them future-ready to perform and grow in this new world. We are immensely honoured to co-create technology and power this initiative for NTUC Learning Hub.” said Prithvi Singh Shergill, CEO of entomo.

With this ground-breaking innovative solution that empowers and democratises career and learning decisions in the palm of a user’s hand, entomo and the NTUC LearningHub have been recognised with the AI – Human Resource Technology accolade in the SBR Technology Excellence Awards 2022. 

Now in its fourth year, the prestigious awards programme lauds companies who ride the digital disruption wave with technological innovations that have successfully transformed industries and business models, from merely adapting to the changing needs to going beyond expectations. 

As the Singapore economy recovers from the pandemic, NTUC LearningHub and entomo will continue to partner with progressive organisations to leverage expertise in technology to unleash people’s experiences that transform performance, and talent, applying augmented analytics and intelligence, delivered as hyper-personalised insights and contextual nudges. To know more about NTUC LearningHub’s Career Agility Hub, please visit the following:

Google Pay: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ntuclearninghub.careeragilityhub 

iOS: https://apps.apple.com/my/app/career-agility-hub/id1517005908

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