Labour Market

Online job opportunities decline 2% year-on-year

Online job opportunities available in Singapore declined two per cent year-on-year for the first time since January 2014
HRM Asia - 27 Aug 2014
The Singapore Monster Employment Index witnesses slight moderation in the pace of growth, year-on-year. Nevertheless, it charts a six per cent growth from July 2013. Sanjay Modi, Managing Director, (India/ Middle-East/ South East Asia/ Hong Kong), shares his insights
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 13 Feb 2014
Festive season is here again and the service sector faces a perennial problem - the talent crunch. Higher wages haven't solved the problem, so what steps should HR take to effectively manage staff strength over the holiday season?
HRM Asia - 09 Jan 2014
2014 is looking to be a mixed year for HR. On the one hand, Singapore is projecting an upbeat outlook for 2014 with a buoyant job market and healthy hiring expectations. But the new year also poses new challenges. HRM presents some key areas of focus for the year ahead
HRM Asia - 12 Jun 2013
Singapore's movement into a knowledge-based, high-productivity economy, coupled with an ageing population and low birth rates, has raised many questions about the future of its labour force. In this May Day special story, HRM examines the key workforce issues that will impact HR's talent agenda
HRM Asia - 11 Jun 2013
Attracting the best talent, promoting entrepreneurship and driving innovation are some of the ways in which Singapore can maintain its competitiveness, writes Gary Lai, Managing Director (SEA) of Charterhouse Partnership
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 05 Jun 2013
Malaysia is in good economic shape, being ranked the second best country in the ASEAN region for growing business, according to Grant Thornton Global Dynamism Index. Also, at the time of print, the country was at the cusp of the most divisive elections yet. HRM examines how the country is delivering the right mix of talent for the continued success of the country

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