Companies seek top talent for Digital, AI, and Sustainability roles says Robert Walters 2024 salary survey
Job movers will likely garner salary rises of 15% to 20% Employers create employee retention initiatives to cater to lifestyle needs [Ed Note: An earlier headline gave the wrong % and cited employees instead of employers. The mistakes are regretted.]
Concerns over the rising cost of living and a looming recession will see professionals in Singapore likely to request, and expect their employers to consider a pay increment for 2023.
The much-publicised ‘Great Resignation’ appears to be more muted in Southeast Asia, based on the latest survey from Robert Walters.
The Global Fintech Report suggest that professionals in Singapore have second highest turnover rate
The annual salary survey by Robert Walters found 63% of Malaysian employees in the mid-and senior-level positions confident of their current skill sets staying relevant in the next five years.
Hybrid skills sought-after in managers who can use technology to drive core business Jobseekers open to non-permanent roles if can gain on-job experience, pick up new skills
Both the law and defence will have to evolve over time to more sophisticated cyberattacks which occur with greater frequency.
The rise of e-commerce and the digital economy, as well as modern technology, healthcare and insurance companies, in the past year will mark Indonesia’s talent war in 2016.
Advertising for information technology (IT) jobs in Malaysia and Singapore saw a 75% and 44% rise respectively, according to international recruitment consultancy Robert Walters, which has just published its Asia Job Index for Q4 2014.