The current world of work in Singapore is operating more remotely than it ever has before; and while this is crucial to maintaining the health and safety of employees, adjusting to this way of working may result in employers facing certain challenges which need to be managed, says recruiting experts, Hays.
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CHAMPIONING VIRTUAL HIRING: 5 TIPS FOR SUCCESSFULLY CONDUCTING VIDEO INTERVIEWS IN SINGAPORE 15 Apr 2020
Uncertainty in the current world of work is posing a challenge to established hiring practices, particularly when it comes to interviewing potential candidates for a new role.
Great Place to Work®, the global authority on workplace culture, ranked Hays fourth on the 2020 Best Workplaces in Asia list under the category of ‘Best Multinational Workplaces in Asia’. More than 2.2 million employees participated in the survey studies that covered eight 8 Asia-regions and countries where Great Place to Work is represented.
Interviewing for a new role via video is only increasing, according to recruiting experts Hays, as our world of work evolves in rapidly changing times.
Coding can future proof careers 27 Mar 2020
As the rate of technological change advances, it’s becoming increasingly important for professionals to learn coding to future proof their careers and plug existing skills gaps, says recruiting experts Hays.
While organisations in Singapore are increasingly confident about having and hiring talent with the right skills, they are still more willing to hire expatriates for skill-short areas than most other Asian regions, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays.
Less than half of organisations in Singapore have formal diversity policies and practices in place – a significant drop from last year, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays.
For the second year running, a global survey by recruiting experts Hays has revealed that men are more likely than women to believe their employer is committed to achieving gender equality in the workplace.
While jobseekers in Singapore have realistic expectations for increments in 2020, they are increasingly uncertain about the relevancy of their skills, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays.
DESPITE WAGE STAGNATION, MOST SINGAPOREAN PROFESSIONALS REMAIN SATISFIED WITH THEIR SALARIES 26 Mar 2020
Despite looming wage stagnation, employees in Singapore remain among the most satisfied with their current compensation packages in the region, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays. However, pay and benefits remain a high priority for those seeking new jobs, but are of lower importance when it comes to staying with their current employer.
While 2019 began as a promising year for recruitment in Asia, the ripple effect of a slowing global economy has seeded uncertainty within the region. This has contributed to a more conservative outlook for hiring and compensation in 2020, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays.
Alistair Cox, CEO of recruiting experts Hays, has identified three important questions business leaders should be asking themselves to prepare their organisations and workforces for the new decade ahead.
Pressure on productivity has seen many businesses try to squeeze more output per hour – but according to recruiting experts Hays, now is the time to explore other approaches.
Gamification can improve employee participation, but how can organisations implement it? 26 Mar 2020
Gamification has the potential to help organisations with employee participation and motivation, but some businesses are struggling to put it into effect, says recruiting experts Hays.
While other Asian countries are quickly catching up, Singapore leads the brigade as one of the most-developed landscapes for Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) services in the region.
A recent survey by recruiting experts Hays has revealed 80% of respondents intend to look for a new job in 2020.
Senior and line managers are primary stakeholders of a company’s Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) agenda, according to Sophia Leung, Chief Information Officer for J.P. Morgan in APAC.
Professionals want praise not perks 26 Mar 2020
Would you rather your boss praised your successes or offered you unwanted perks? According to recruiting experts Hays, most employees prefer the former, which is why organisations could forgo headline-grabbing perks in favour of a simple ‘thank you’ and recognition for a job well done.
Marked by continued digital innovation, business transformation and a slowing global economy, 2020 is lining up to be a year that will be as full of challenges as it will opportunities.
Marked by continuous digital transformation and automation, Singapore’s job market is geared for significant evolution in the coming year, says recruiting experts Hays, as part of the country’s top 10 talent trends for 2020.