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2 in 5 Employees are Looking for New Job Opportunities, “Limited Career Path” as the Key Reason

Out of 39 percent of respondents who plan to change employers this year, 40 percent cited ‘limited career path’ as the key reason. Randstad today released the findings of its annual Employer Brand Research in Singapore. Commissioned by Randstad, the independent global study is the most representative employer brand research that explores the factors that […]

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June 19, 20199:58 am
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More HR Professionals Invest Time in Upskilling Amidst the Wave of Digital Disruption: Survey

The HR industry is walking the talk when it comes to the importance of upskilling, according to a recent study by HubSpot Academy, a worldwide leader in free online training, whose mission is to transform the way people and companies grow in the digital age. Surveying 1,000 working professionals in Singapore, findings from HubSpot Academy’s […]

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June 18, 20199:26 am
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Singapore Among The Top 15 Global Most Expensive Place to Live for Expatriates

Singapore has experienced a significant rise up ECA’s cost of living rankings and is now the 12th most expensive location in the world for expatriates. This was one of the findings from the latest Cost of Living survey published by ECA International, the world’s leading provider of knowledge, information and software for the management and assignment […]

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June 17, 20199:44 am
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Gig Economy Has Positive Effects on Mental Health: Study

Self-employment is positively related with mental health, a new INSEAD Working Paper has found. Among the gains recorded for gig economy workers are the (self-reported) abilities to concentrate and be confident. Moreover, the belief in one’s self-worth and even happiness increase. Such benefits are most significant for women, older workers (40-64), and people who do […]

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June 14, 20199:40 am
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More Than Half Singaporean Candidates Consider Online Comments About Prospective Employers

Job seekers in Singapore are influenced, either completely or to a certain extent, by online comments left by previous employees about prospective employers, according to a survey conducted by recruitment experts Hays. The latest Hays web poll carried out in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore asked candidates, “Do the online comments of […]

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June 13, 20199:59 am
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7 in 10 Working Fathers in APAC Say Having a Child Affect Their Career Development

Talking Talent’s survey found that both mothers and fathers not only struggle with deciding how much time to have off, but also find parenthood difficult due to workplace demands. While the idea of taking paternity leave to look after a child is encouraged, some people are cautious because of professional pressures. After having returned to […]

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June 13, 20199:39 am
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Job Forecast in Singapore Remains Stable in Q3 2019: Report

Singaporean employers remain optimistic in their hiring plans for the third quarter of this year, new research shows. Fifteen percent of employers intend to increase their staffing levels, while 3 per cent anticipate a decrease, and 77 percent forecast no change to their payrolls, according to a survey released by recruitment company ManpowerGroup Employment today. […]

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June 12, 20199:13 am
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The Importance of Cyber-Security in Cyber-Workplace: Conversation with Parvinder Walia

In an age where digital technology can grant instant access to almost anything, organisations need to be more aware and awake of their company security. According to Deloitte Insights on Cybersecurity, as technology advances, so does the level of cyber risk that organisations must navigate. In fact, analysts estimate that cyber risk globally could slow […]

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June 11, 20196:06 pm
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Volkswagen Plans 4,000 Job Cuts Amid Digital Overhaul

Volkswagen AG’s main car brand will let lapse as many as 4,000 general and administrative jobs while adding at least 2,000 IT positions over the next four years, avoiding layoffs at its German factories as it negotiates a major shift toward electrification and self-driving cars. The move, brokered with VW’s powerful unions, includes job guarantees […]

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June 10, 20199:04 am
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More Than Half Singaporeans Believe Auditors ‘Could Prevent Company Failures’: Survey

A survey of 1,000 people in Singapore by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has revealed their expectation that auditors should evolve to prevent company failures. The survey combined two types of questions: those that test knowledge about the nature of an audit and those that ask about expectations relating to an audit. The […]

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May 31, 20199:28 am