HR & Education

Red Crowns Senior Living faces fines for Employment Act violations

The MOM found "illegal employment practices" in the firm's previous operating model.

Red Crowns Senior Living faces fines for Employment Act violations

The MOM found "illegal employment practices" in the firm's previous operating model.

AI adoption seen affecting cybersecurity hiring in Singapore: report

Singapore less confident in its ability to attract cybersecurity talent compared to global peers.

Ngee Ann Polytechnic launches SEED for sustainability in curriculum and operations

As part of the initiative, the school has tapped 15 partners to establish a built environment ecosystem.

MBA offerings refined amidst downturn in enrollment

Despite adaptation to post pandemic shifts and the elevated value of MBA degrees, enrollees drop 8.3% in 2023.

Which industry has the most job vacancies?

Those that went into new job functions accounted for 24.4% of new positions.

Singapore's plan to raise retirement age sparks debate

Experts see Singapore on track to setting retirement at 65 and re-employment at 70 by 2030.

S'pore workers ready to return to previous employers for career growth

Employees looking to return to past employers also aim for higher salaries.

Why 9 out of 10 B2B sellers seek AI training

Businesses that prioritise industry research saw a 27-fold increase in sales quotas.

Job vacancies hit 6-year high with 47.3%

Singapore's labour vacancy surged 47.3% in 2023, highest since 2018's 41.8%.

Workforce faces modest salary hikes as a majority of firms limit raises to 3%

About 17.9% of employers anticipate maintaining the same salary levels.

Nearly 1 in 2 hirers expect active job market in H1 2024

However, they are less optimistic by the second half due to economic uncertainty.

SingStat introduces new changes to the SOCC 2024

New occupations have been added to 3 units.

JobStreet: 51% of companies plan on-site work in 2024

It is a slight decline from the 55% in the previous year.

1 in 2 Singapore workers lack trusted workplace relationships

Nearly half of Singapore workers also do not feel that employers support their psychological health and safety.

Yongjing Family donates $200k to launch student aid grant

About 200 NP students will receive $1,000 from the grant.