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Uncertain Labour Market for the Second Half of 2020, ILO Warns

The outlook for the global labour market in the second half of 2020 is “highly uncertain” and the forecast recovery will not be enough for employment to return to pre-pandemic levels this year, the International Labour Organization said on Tuesday. In its latest report, the U.N. agency said the fall in global working hours was […]

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July 7, 20205:40 pm
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Fujitsu Plans Permanent Work-from-Home Under New Normal Initiative

Japan-based information and communication technology (ICT) company Fujitsu Ltd said on Monday it would halve its office space in three years. The plan is part if the company’s effort to rewrite the way employees work under a “new normal” amid the coronavirus pandemic. Further, it said that roughly 80,000 group employees in Japan would work […]

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July 6, 20204:14 pm
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Over 16,000 Job Opportunities Available at First SGUnited Jobs and Skills Fair

Are you looking for new job opportunities? You can find it from SGUnited. At the inaugural SGUnited Jobs and Skills Fair on Friday (Jul 3), more than 16,000 jobs, traineeships and skills training opportunities were available. Of this number, more than half were job vacancies from the public and private sector, for fresh graduates and […]

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July 3, 20205:01 pm
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Skillsoft Launches Leadership Learning Series

Skillsoft announced Aspire Journeys for Leadership Development, an integrated curriculum and resources designed to make it simple for organisations to equip leaders with digital leadership skills and competencies needed to thrive professionally in today’s fast-changing, agile business environment. The new Aspire Journeys are a part of the Skillsoft Leadership Development Program (SLDP) powered by MIT […]

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July 2, 20205:37 pm
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1 in 4 Workers in Singapore Laid Off during Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has made serious implications on global employment. Here in Singapore, at least one in four have lost their jobs due to the health crisis, with short-term and low-income workers being hit the hardest. According to a report compiled by JobStreet, nearly half (48 percent) of workers with tenures of less than 12 […]

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June 30, 20204:35 pm
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Amazon India Has 20,000 Job Openings in Customer Service

Titan e-commerce Amazon in India announced that it has nearly 20,000 seasonal job opportunities in its customer service (CS) organization to ensure customers worldwide continue to have a seamless online shopping experience. The new positions are now open in Hyderabad, Pune, Coimbatore, Noida, Kolkata, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Mangalore, Indore, Bhopal and Lucknow. In light of COVID-19 […]

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June 29, 20205:28 pm
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Pride Month: Only 1 in 10 Firms in Japan Address LGBT Issues

Pride Month is an annual celebration that takes place in June. It is time when LGBTQ communities hold parades, dance parties and a variety of pride event. While some companies like Disney and Nike have been openly showing supports towards the community, many workplaces are still struggling to create an inclusive that recognize their existence. […]

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June 26, 20205:33 pm
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Singapore Ranked 2nd as the Least Complex Market to Do Business in Asia

Singapore seized the second place amongst the least complex markets to run a business in Asia. Lagging behind Hong Kong, the city state nabbed 18th place globally, according to the latest TMF Group’s Global Business Complexity Index (GBCI) report. Singapore scored exceptionally well in its accounting and tax standards, ranking 10th simplest in the world, […]

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June 26, 20204:05 pm
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MOM: Most Employers Fair and Reasonable in Cost-Saving Measures

More than 4,800 employers in Singapore have notified the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) regarding cost-saving measures that impacted their employees’ monthly salaries. Based on the ministry’s data, the measures have affected over 187,000 workers in the three months from March 12. Affected workers are mostly coming from sectors severely impacted by Covid-19 like accommodation and […]

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June 25, 20204:32 pm
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Malaysia to Freeze Foreign Workers Recruitment Until Year-End

Malaysian employers will not be allowed to bring in foreign workers in all sectors until the year-end, said Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan. Speaking in a news conference after launching the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) initiative under the National Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA), at the Human Resources Ministry on Sunday (Jun 22), […]

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June 24, 20205:32 pm

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