HR & Education

68% of women will still report to work despite period pain: survey

Amongst the reasons behind this is period shaming.
3 days ago

68% of women will still report to work despite period pain: survey

Amongst the reasons behind this is period shaming.
3 days ago

Singapore labour market down by 2,400 workers in Q3 2021

This was a slower decline, compared to the 16,300 previously. 

5 of 10 Singaporeans open to planning for death: SMU

This is fewer compared to the 9 of 10 Singaporeans planning for marriage.

UOB distributes more than 2,700 laptops to disadvantaged SG students

The bank also joins a movement for digital inclusion.

Top 3 priorities for HR leaders in 2022: Randstad

These actions will support the expected increase in the number of new jobs next year. 

Here are Singapore's 2022 top 10 talent trends

Hays Singapore said sustainability is one of the top themes among the trends.

Cultural diversity and inclusiveness to empower students: The GUILD International College founder

The GUILD International College is a first-of-its-kind educational institution catering to the diverse needs of students in Southeast Asia.

2 in 5 employees dissatisfied with their company’s L&D programmes

This has pushed 55% of employees to upskill outside their workplace.

Here are 3 proofs of workplace gender inequality in SG

An HR expert weighed in on the deepening gender gap during the pandemic.

SG mid-year employment rate rises to 67.2% in 2021

It reflected economic recovery and the impact of SGUnited measures.

Tech job postings hit all-time high: Indeed

October postings were up by 76% from February 2021.

5 reasons why ICT professionals are rejecting their job offers

About 41% cited negative impressions towards the hiring manager as their reason.

HR BRIEFING: Diversity to play a pivotal role in organisations come 2022

Especially in service-based companies, D&I policies are crucial in improving financial portfolios, analysts say.

Data-driven decisions will pave the way in a hybrid work world

As we transition to an endemic COVID-19 and learn to live with the virus, individuals and businesses must learn to embrace new realities and remain resilient in the face of change.

1 in 2 Singaporeans plan to retire below the official retirement age: SingSaver

The survey also revealed 63% started to build their wealth before the age of 30.

Virtual First: Maximising the returns of remote work

Almost two years into the pandemic, the future of work in Singapore continues to remain uncertain.

58% of Singaporeans plan to switch jobs in 2022: study

Employees cite improved work-life balance as the top reason for wanting to switch jobs.