Better match for workers and jobs under new stat board

Better match for workers and jobs under new stat board

Parliament yesterday passed two laws to form new agencies that will help Singaporeans take on better jobs and master new skills in a rapidly changing...

    Can Singapore's labour crunch spark a robot revolution?

Can Singapore's labour crunch spark a robot revolution?

To address the constraints, Singapore is pushing businesses to look to non-human solutions for their human resource challenges, including greater use...

    New wave of food vending machines to tackle manpower shortage

New wave of food vending machines to tackle manpower shortage

A new wave of machines offering ready-to-eat meals at all hours of the day to make the food service sector more manpower-lean.

    Unionised firms rehiring older workers beyond 65 nearly double from last year

Unionised firms rehiring older workers beyond 65 nearly double from last year

With less than a year to go before the re-employment age is raised, unionised firms are pulling ahead of the pack, with nearly three-quarters already...

    Central kitchen lets Indian restaurants keep calm and curry on amid manpower shortage

Central kitchen lets Indian restaurants keep calm and curry on amid manpower shortage

The $2.5 million Central Processing Unit will produce gravies, sauces and pre-cut vegetables in bulk for restaurants such as Gayatri, Banana Leaf...

    Will it be man versus machine?

Will it be man versus machine?

In Singapore we have been trying to raise productivity levels and we now have a big opportunity with automation, robots and artificial intelligence....

    Parliament: Less than 10% of complaints on work discrimination to do with race, religion

Parliament: Less than 10% of complaints on work discrimination to do with race, religion

Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (Tafep) received an average of 400 complaints about workplace discrimination each...