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BETTER matching, more job postings and tie-ups for ease of searching are among the improvements made to government jobs portal MyCareersFuture.sg since its launch last April. Developed by Workforce Singapore (WSG) in partnership with the Government Technology Agency, the portal has seen more than 500,000 visitors in Singapore to date.
JLL continued its flurry of collective sale tender relaunches on Friday, this time with Flynn Park and Choon Kim House, which are either seeking to or have lowered their reserve prices.
FROM Jan 7, people involved in an employment dispute will be able to file their claims online instead of having to go to the State Courts.
SINGAPORE must continue to innovate and transform its economy, in the face of uncertainties in the global economy and rapid technological advancements, said Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat.
On Friday, the Council for Estate Agencies (CEA) launched the Property Agents' Transaction Records Initiative, which publishes the records of residential transactions facilitated by realtors here in the last two years.
The STI today
SINGAPORE stocks kept up the day's momentum to end higher on Friday, with the Straits Times Index advancing 1.5 per cent or 46.35 points to 3,059.23.