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.]
Data from Seek states the growing demand for tech talent in Singapore remains strong despite recent layoffs by tech companies.
Although relatively young, IA has made large strides in ecosystem Key focus is addressing talent shortage to bolster nation’s Digital Economy
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.
Pikom, TalentCorp signed a collaboration in areas of nurturing the Digital GBS industry, talent development and employability, among others.
A VMware study found that while many organisations in APAC are fully immersed in a multi-cloud environment and a large percentage lack a strategic approach to multi-cloud.
The latest survey by Equinix Inc revealed that IT leaders in Singapore have serious concerns about staff retention and recruitment.
DBS announced that it is launching a structured three-year apprenticeship programme to prepare polytechnic students for technology roles in the bank.
The much-publicised ‘Great Resignation’ appears to be more muted in Southeast Asia, based on the latest survey from Robert Walters.
Aims to plug the talent gap for talent in the E&E sector Will feature over 40 participating companies in the E&E sector Talent Corporation Malaysia Bhd (TalentCorp) will be organising its first-ever virtual career fair focusing on the electrical & electronics (E&E) sector from Sept 28 to Sept 30.