I was introduced to Mr Leicester Chua from i-vic International some time back by a friend, “You have to meet this gentleman, he has so many ideas and it was just a pleasure chatting with him.” I got to know that the company has tried its best to hold on to its Singaporean workers amidst […]
Zoom announced on Tuesday (15 Dec) that it will expand its presence in Singapore by opening a new Research and Development Center. It will hire hundreds of key engineering headcount. This expansion represents a growing strategic investment in the country, where Zoom has already had a presence for 2 years. It will also supplement Zoom’s […]
In a digital world, the competition for jobs is not a localized competition. So change your mindset and make yourself relevant to the entire world.
However long, however tough, we will help every Singaporean bounce back stronger, says emotional Josephine Teo
Minister for Manpower Josephine Teo turned emotional on Sep. 1 in Parliament, as she wrapped up a speech on job anxieties among Singaporeans. In the conclusion of her speech, Minister Teo cited the stories of three workers whom she had interacted with, who had either received help from various job-related schemes or shared their concerns […]
A small city-state that depends on the free flow of trade to survive cannot afford protectionism.
Today, more than half of Singaporeans in the workforce are in PMET jobs and the number is increasing. Without the free trade agreements including CECA, Singapore would not be able to attract so many global multinationals to set up company here, creating many PMET jobs for Singaporeans.
Developing a strong Singaporean by investing in Singaporeans and ensuring fair opportunities.