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How to Help Nurture and Retain Your Employees

Employee happiness and satisfaction has morphed from a soft issue for most results-focused businesses into a fundamental factor for all. Various studies have revealed the importance of businesses retaining their employees, with statistics showcasing the cost to replace an employee as well as the general disgruntlement with peoples’ work life. To make matters worse, in […]

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September 13, 201911:02 am
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Crying at Work? You’re Not Alone

According to a new study from job search company Monster, 8 out of 10 people have cried at work, which means the other two are either lying or wait to have their existential crises in the parking lot. Why are so many darkened conference rooms being stained with the secret tears of a disconsolate workforce? […]

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September 23, 201910:52 am
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Asian Countries Least Prepared Against Threats of Ageing and Automation: Survey

With more than a third of the working-age population in Singapore projected to be above the age of 50 by 2030, businesses here will increasingly need to do more to tap the talent and expertise of their older employees. Some 88 percent of business executives say Singapore companies need to invest more in leveraging their […]

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September 20, 20199:25 am
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The 11th INDONESIA HR SUMMIT 2019

The annual conference of SKK Migas (Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities) on human resources and development (HRD) with the theme Employee Experience. Indonesia HR Summit (IHRS) is a prestigious annual conference on Human Resources which was held at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) on 18-19 September 2019. The […]

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September 19, 201911:07 am
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Companies Must be Best Prepared for Digital Transformation

Organisations are under pressure to digitalise their customer journey, but there are many considerations business leaders must take into account before they begin, says recruiting experts, Hays. Digital transformation has become essential for business success; however, the process is extremely complex, and organisations must ensure they, along with their workforce, are best prepared. Hays Group […]

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September 18, 201910:44 am
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1 in 4 Employees are Bullied at Work, Singapore is 2nd Worst Globally for Workplace Diversity

It finished second-to-last globally in terms of inclusion and diversity. Singapore may be the world’s most competitive economy but it’s workplace environment has some shaping up to do as it finished second-to-last globally when it comes to inclusion and diversity, with employees recording one of the highest levels of bullying and discomfort, revealed the latest […]

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September 17, 201910:31 am
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Too Old to Learn Coding? Not in Singapore

Most 65-year-olds would be looking to wind down their careers as they hit retirement. But in Singapore, which has one of the highest life expectancies in the world at nearly 85 years and where the government soon plans to raise the retirement age, workers are being pushed to learn new skills to stay productive. Valerie […]

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September 16, 201910:21 am
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Job Seekers Don’t Trust Companies with No Employer Reputation Online, Study Finds

A survey by Indeed, the world’s no.1 job site, reveals 71 percent job seekers would not apply to a position if there was no information about a company’s employer reputation online. A vast majority (97 percent) of job seekers in India deem it essential to have insight into a company’s employer reputation when they are […]

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September 13, 201911:23 am
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Talent Mismatch in Singapore Declines in Both Tech Sector and Broader Labour Market

Job site Indeed today revealed that Singapore’s talent mismatch has fallen by 8 percent over the past four years, from 44 percent in January 2015 to 36 percent in May 2019. The results indicates Singapore’s strong economy in which both employers and job seekers have adjusted to the evolving jobs landscape. A mismatch in the […]

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September 11, 20199:32 am
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MyCareersFuture.sg’s New Features Help Employers Hire Better Candidates

Government job search portal MyCareersFuture.sg launched the employers section of its website on Sunday, 8 September 2019. Previously, companies had to post job openings through Workforce Singapore’s (WSG) Jobs Bank, and jobseekers would see these listings appear on MyCareersFuture.sg. Along with bringing employers directly onto the platform, MyCareersFuture.sg also updated some of its features to […]

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September 10, 201911:35 am