The company has named Ng Wee Wei as the Market Unit Lead for South East Asia, with Mark Tham to succeed Ng as Country Managing Director.
In the future of work, career flexibility is key, as is automating HR functions and exploring AI’s role in the workplace.
Older female employees in Singapore face stereotypes and career hurdles, as well as retirement and caregiving challenges, says a women’s group.
Day 2 of the HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 is jam-packed with presentations and innovations that will shape the way organisations work in 2023 and beyond.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 kicks off today, setting the stage for discussions on critical workforce challenges and innovative HR tech solutions.
Job applicants are afraid to ask for higher salaries in jobs that push for altruism and charity, resulting in them losing out on more pay.
Flexible work arrangements and better career opportunities are among NTUC’s goals to empower youths and caregivers.
Many organisations risk losing their best talent by failing to build workforce resilience that meets their employees’ needs.
Charles Ferguson, General Manager, G-P, explains why building global teams and remote work can help organisations manage rising operating costs.
To bridge wage gaps and improve employability, the Singapore government is committed to helping employees constantly reskill and upgrade.
Mental health issues such as anxiety or depression are causing the country to lose about S$16 billion annually in lost productivity.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has predicted slower wage growth, with uneven sectoral growth and skills mismatch contributing to hiring challenges.
Even though anxiety over job security still prevails, expectations of a salary raise continue to rise amongst employees in Singapore.
CHROs are increasingly looking to devise and execute their organisation’s ESG strategy through people interventions, says The ESG Institute's CEO.
Employees will receive more training opportunities to advance their careers or find new employment in the event of retrenchment.
While more organisations in Asia Pacific are recognising the importance of ESG, more needs to be done to build successful ESG strategies.
Rob Squires, VP, Regional Head of Asia and Japan, Ceridian, explains how organisations can cultivate a culture that allows their employees to thrive.
While employees remain confident that their employers will support them during uncertain times, job and income stability are paramount.
The campaign addresses Singapore's overwork culture and stresses the importance of employees investing time in their social lives.
Developing core skills will play a key role in career development and help employees stay relevant in helping their organisations grow.
Dell Technologies Singapore has launched MentorConnect to help develop the next generation of female business leaders in Singapore.
From 2021 to 2022, employment opportunities in PMET roles have risen against the backdrop of non-PMET roles decreasing.
Boey will succeed Tan Choon Shian, who will assume the position of Chief Executive of the Singapore Totalisator Board.
Employers in Singapore are more likely to financially support the training needs of employees who are more educated, a new study has found.
Speakers at the Reimagine Theatre during HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will highlight the challenges and opportunities posed by the evolving world of work.
More organisations are considering moving their operations out of Singapore due to rising operating costs, according to EuroCham.
Legislation is being crafted to ban workplace discrimination but concerns have been raised over its clarity and how it will impact employers.
This is to prevent instances where employees may be terminated but rehired by employers looking to reduce costs, said the Ministry of Manpower.
Cultivating a sustainability culture and offering upskilling opportunities can encourage employees from all job roles to drive sustainability initiatives.
Singapore's youth unemployment rate fell due to changes in job preferences and education priorities, according to the Ministry of Manpower.