HR & Education

Employment rate hits 67.5%, exceeding pre-COVID level

It was higher by 2.3 percentage points than the 2019 figure. 
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Employment rate hits 67.5%, exceeding pre-COVID level

It was higher by 2.3 percentage points than the 2019 figure. 
1 day ago

Nearly 30% of SG firms hired fresh graduates in past 12 months

Companies’ top criteria include interview performance, salary expectations, and field of study. 
3 days ago

7 in 10 workers will switch jobs if their pay increment is lower than the inflation rate

More than half of employees expect a pay increase of more than 6% in 2023.
4 days ago

MOM reveals 1,270 non-tech workers in tech firms were retrenched

Over 8 in 10 who were laid off were non-tech roles.
5 days ago

Two-thirds of CEOs mull career change amidst mounting pressure

CEOs are now focusing more on their mental health.
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Civil servants to get 1.1-month year-end bonus

Junior grade officers will also be entitled to a $700 one-time payment. 

Grab will have sufficient time to prepare for benefits of gig workers

The government approved recommendations to provide insurance to workers.

Gov’t OKs proposal to give insurance, work injury compensation for gig workers

Gig workers are self-hired delivery, private-hire car drivers, and taxi drivers.

How Singapore is wooing the ‘best of the best’ talents across the world

The Ministry of Manpower is set to roll out a new work pass with five-year validity.

7 in 10 workers believe pay gaps exist in Singapore

According to workers, the most common type of pay gap is based on age.

MOH to hire over 4,000 new nurses by end of 2023

The new nurses to be onboarded next year are 700 more than the 2021 figure.

Gov’t to modify upskilling courses as demand in industries heightens

SkillsFuture Series will be refreshed starting next year.

Hybrid model causing stress to nine in 10 employees

This has led employees to look for jobs which allow more time for themselves.

Continuous learning is key to winning the war for talent

For employers, attracting talent is critical to remaining competitive, but nurturing the talent you have is the key to winning the war for talent.

Gov't supports wage increase, calls for adopting flexible wage system

MOM said that the government supports having differentiated wage guidelines.

42% of tech companies are recruiting from unrelated sectors to address talent crunch

Some tech companies source their reskilled workers from the manufacturing sector.

Which sectors have the most burnout employees?

According to research, burnout is linked to poor leadership in an organisation.