Companies in Singapore are still hiring workers “on the back of healthy demand”, according to a new survey
Civil servants have had their year-end bonus amount revealed by the Public Service Division, with unions signing off on cuts due to slowing GDP results.
New figures from the Ministry of Manpower have been unveiled showing the state of Singapore’s economy during the first half of 2015
This quarter’s newly-released Economic Survey of Singapore reveals a number of negative trends in terms of productivity, labour and growth
A world-leading and innovative financial hub – with a workforce to match – is part of the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s vision for the island nation, MAS’ director says.
On Monday, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) released the Q1 GDP figures, showing that Singapore’s economic growth was nearly triple the amount anticipated – a promising increase for the future of the city-state’s employment market.
The tech giant has taken its former HR and diversity chief to court for allegedly breaching a non-compete agreement
Economists are predicting that the Singapore government will offer employers more tools to enhance labour productivity
The rising number of gig workers in Singapore may lead to additional challenges for payroll management