Biggest drop in foreigners working in Singapore in 15 years: Manpower Ministry

Biggest drop in foreigners working in Singapore in 15 years: Manpower Ministry

Singaporeans and permanent residents made up a slightly bigger proportion of the workforce as of December last year, at 67.2 per cent, up from 66.4...

    A new way to hire staff, no university degree required

A new way to hire staff, no university degree required

Firm looks instead for qualities such as curiosity, emotional intelligence, creative personality

    Relax manpower rules to help firms with digital transformation: KPMG

Relax manpower rules to help firms with digital transformation: KPMG

"The cost of doing business here is very high and companies could find it very difficult to generate competitive yields that they might get in some...

    SMEs in Singapore more upbeat about prospects in 2018

SMEs in Singapore more upbeat about prospects in 2018

Poll shows better business sentiment amid improvements in wider economy

    'Go home' drone seeks to stop overtime binge in Japan

'Go home' drone seeks to stop overtime binge in Japan

TOKYO - A drone that hovers over Japanese employees and blares music to force them to go home was unveiled on Thursday (Dec 7), as the country tries...

    Singapore will benefit from improving global outlook: Economist

Singapore will benefit from improving global outlook: Economist

Bank of Singapore chief economist Richard Jerram said the global recovery will benefit Singapore as a trade-dependent economy and regional financial...

    Singapore workers fall short in global survey on taking responsibility for upgrading own skills: Randstad

Singapore workers fall short in global survey on taking responsibility for upgrading own skills: Randstad

Nine in 10 global employees (91 per cent) feel that it is a personal responsibility to keep up with the best work practices through learning and...