HR News Roundup – 12 Jun 2020

Q3 hiring outlook among Singapore employers weakest since 2009: Survey Can Singapore rely less on foreign workers? It’s not just about dollars and cents, say observers 6 in 10 Singaporeans uncomfortable returning to workplace Tripartite trust can help S’pore weather virus storm: Ng Chee Meng News Sources: Channel NewsAsia, The Straits Times, HRM AsiaPhoto by Lily […]

HR News Roundup – 16 May 2020

Singapore companies prepare to return to the workplace S’pore looking to return foreign workers, including Covid-19 survivors, to work in ‘recovery phase’ How the Coronavirus Crisis is Changing Our Approach to Work and Leadership in Singapore News Sources: Today Online, HRM Asia, Singapore Business ReviewPhoto by Peter Nguyen on Unsplash

HR News Roundup – 28 Feb 2020

Foreign worker levies kept to reduce dependence on foreign workers: Josephine Teo New NTUC programme to improve job matching for workers before retrenchment MOM acts against more workers and bosses over LOA breaches Coronavirus: HR’s role in business continuity plans  COVID-19: Singapore introduces Stay-Home Notice for those returning from China News Sources: Channel NewsAsia, The […]

HR News Roundup – 14 June 2019

Foreign workers generally satisfied with working conditions in Singapore: MOM survey Singapore 2018 healthcare cost inflation hits 10%, 10 times the economic inflation rate: Mercer report Q3 hiring prospects in Singapore to remain stable: Survey Singapore ratifies international convention on workplace safety and health Older workers also seek work-life balance in employment: Survey Construction safety […]