Tag: Employment

Josephine Teo: When a job is advertised, the best candidate should be considered

Singapore—Manpower Minister Josephine Teo said in a Facebook post on Tuesday (Jan 19) that the highest priority at the moment is jobs. This includes keeping...

Foreigners account for total employment decline

Singapore—The latest labour market report from the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) showed that foreigners composed almost nine out of ten of the total employment...
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REACH poll results: Majority of citizens neutral or positive about foreigners in Singapore

Singapore—A majority of Singaporeans are either neutral or positive concerning foreigners or non-citizens in the country, according to a recent poll from REACH, the...

KF Seetoh calls out Singaporean employees who attempt to exploit SME owners

Makansutra founder KF Seetoh took to social media calling out many Singaporean workers who attempt to exploit Small and medium-sized enterprise (SME)-owners in the...

Netizens unhappy about Rice Media’s article on expats in Singapore

Singapore—News and media website Rice Media published an article on Friday (Oct 2) entitled “Why It Sucks to Be An Expat In Singapore Right...
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Most Singaporean employers plan on continuing with flexible work arrangements even after pandemic

Singapore—A new study has shown that almost two-thirds of Singaporean employers are planning on continuing with flexible working arrangements even after the coronavirus pandemic. The...
Chan Chun Sing at the 2020 Singapore Summit, held online

Chan Chun Sing: Covid-19 pandemic will intensify competition for white-collar jobs

Singapore — With the Covid-19 pandemic showing that more work can be done online, the competition for white-collar jobs is expected to become more...
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Singapore sees biggest half-year decrease in total employment

Singapore—The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) announced on Monday (Sept 14) that the reduction in employment for the first half of 2020 is...

Recent graduates residing in Kembangan-Chai Chee to get S$300 one-time financial support

Singapore – Fresh graduates who live in Kembangan-Chai Chee will be given financial support to help cope with Covid-19 difficulties. Speaker of Parliament and MP...

SPP’s Khan Osman Sulaiman, “Don’t have to cry and be emotional. Just do the...

Singapore—Singapore People’s Party’s (SPP) Khan Osman Sulaiman shared some blunt words on his Facebook account today. And although they were not addressed to anyone in...
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