JOBS IMPACT

RESIDENTS' hiring prospects held up in Singapore in the first half of the year, despite the Covid-19 downturn.

JOB OPENINGS

ESPRESSIF Systems, the China-based fabless semiconductor firm founded by Singaporean Teo Swee Ann, plans to hire 80 engineers over the next two years for a research and development centre in...

JOB OPENINGS

SGINNOVATE on Monday announced two initiatives to create more job opportunities for Singaporean students, fresh graduates and mid-career professionals looking to start a career in deep tech.

SGINNOVATE on Monday announced two initiatives to create more job opportunities for Singaporean students, fresh graduates and mid-career professionals looking to start a career in deep tech.

ORGANISERS can once again apply to hold meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (Mice) events in Singapore, subject to attendance caps, from Oct 1.

SOME two in five locals who lost their jobs early this year had found new roles by June 2020, according to data from the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Monday.

CHINA Life Insurance (Singapore), which normally sells its insurance products through banks and financial companies, now plans to hire more than 500 consultants in Singapore over the next five...

A GLOBAL recession might not seem like the best time to discuss measures that could raise costs for firms. Yet calls for a minimum wage have resurfaced since the July 10 polls. What gives this...

PARLIAMENT

IN THE first half of 2020, 5,280 Singaporeans were retrenched, said Manpower Minister Josephine Teo in Parliament on Friday, during a sitting which saw multiple Members of Parliament raising...

PARLIAMENT

FIRMS which hire more locals in the next six months stand to get up to S$15,000 for each worker under 40 years old, and up to S$30,000 for each aged 40 and up.