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Digital professionals will be Singapore’s most wanted in 2020 – but hirers will also want them to have ‘business acumen’
Hirers will increasingly look for "well-rounded candidates with business acumen". Here's what that means.
It now takes just 1 minute to check-in at Singapore hotels with new kiosks that send your photo to ICA for verification
The system will save more than 11,000 man hours for large hotels.
Grab named on Great Places to Work: Singapore’s Best Workplaces list for the first time – and it’s among the top 5
Grab came in fifth place on the list, and was certified a Great Place to Learn and Great Place to Work.
Services continued to form the bulk of retrenchments.
Singapore workers now prioritise job security over career development – and Gen Zs prefer exciting careers over high pay
Local job seekers are more concerned about their employability now due to digital disruption and sluggish global growth, the survey found.
HPE just joined a small group of employers in Singapore who give new parents 26 weeks’ paid leave – and dads qualify too
New parents may be able to take more than 6 months off to care for their baby full-time - and still get paid.
Singapore students now have more overseas internship opportunities under new Enterprise Singapore programme
86% of students and 70% of graduates were willing to consider an overseas job posting in Southeast Asia.
Over half of Singaporean graduates work in fields unrelated to what they studied – but most still find their degrees very useful
A small 4% said their degrees were completely useless.
After asking staff to go immediately last week, DFS is now offering to help retrenched staff find jobs
DFS said it will work with the relevant agencies in the next several months to provide its retrenched staff with support services.
Singapore best prepared in Asia to deal with ageing and automation threats – but it’s nowhere near the world’s top 3
35% of Singapore's working-age population will be above the age of 50 by 2030.