[SINGAPORE] A total of 160,000 Singaporeans started using their SkillsFuture Credit last year, bringing the total number of users to 285,000 since the scheme was launched in 2016.

[TOKYO] Subaru Corp vowed to improve oversight of its final inspections after revealing uncertified staff carried out tests of new cars for the domestic market for decades, the latest in a slew of...

A NEW Professional Conversion Programme (PCP) rolled out at United Overseas Bank (UOB) is a good signal that the financial services sector is serious about upgrading staff skills in the face of...

THE Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) has signed an MOU (memorandum of understanding) with ISACA, an international professional association focused on IT governance. Under the MOU, CSA will...

THE Ministry of Health (MOH) has allocated S$35 million to maintain a steady pipeline of qualified clinical research coordinators (CRCs) through funding the salaries of 100 CRCs for the next five...

IN the first Tripartite Standard rolled out on Monday, nearly 300 employers have agreed to provide term contract workers with leave benefits and termination notice period based on their cumulative...

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SINGAPORE'S faster-than-expected expansion of manufacturing output in March, by 10.2 per cent, has cheered economists who now say that first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) may have...

THE labour movement will focus more on training and job placement as well as expand into health and eldercare services to stay relevant and advance the interests of workers.

GOOGLE on Wednesday announced plans to work with global training providers to train 1,000 business leaders in the SME (small and medium enterprise) sector of Singapore by 2019.

THE government has been working hard to help Singaporean companies, particularly SMEs (small and medium enterprises), to be better prepared for the digital economy, Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for...