The Southeast Asian country is on its way to recovery with more than half of companies looking to hire.
A new survey shows that digital workers are more resilient and engaged but have unique expectations.
But Singaporeans are less keen to travel elsewhere for work.
Upskilling L&D programs may hold a better answer than searching the market for the right talent.
Despite efforts by vendors and the government to shore up the cloud and AI talent, demand exceeds supply. More needs to be done.
Companies embracing cloud-first strategies saw demand for cloud architects increase. Below are key traits that HR leaders need to look for when recruiting them — based on personal experience.
For performance management to be effective, especially during a year of disruption, it must be useful. So make it business-driven, employee-owned and work-focused.
Cybersecurity professionals and software engineers are in high demand.
More professionals are looking to change jobs as the job market experiences surging demand for tech and sustainable energy talent.
Mercer’s annual Total Remuneration Survey TRS for 2020 revealed that the overall salary increase projected in 2021 for Singapore would soften slightly to 3.5% compared to 3.6% in 2020.
Intent alone won’t fix bias. HR and diversity, equity and inclusion leaders need to assess the systems and processes that systematically deter equal opportunity.
Nearly two-thirds of companies plan to resume hiring plans in 2021, says the latest JobsDB report.
Demand is rampant for digital skills like artificial intelligence (AI), but you need added insight from labor market data to understand what that really means for your talent strategy.
Redundant employees accuse the consulting firm of actively discouraging other potential employers from hiring them on non-compete grounds.
Amid widespread protests against racism, HR leaders must acknowledge the emotional toll on employees and create safe spaces for candid conversation.
It is a question that HR leaders need to answer before employees push back.
When the going gets tough, it is the ability to own and recover from failures that counts. Not resumes filled with past successes.
For the many employees still working on-site during COVID-19, the HR priority is their physical and mental safety and well-being. Even small things can improve employee experience.