Out of a majority of Singaporeans who learn online, it has been uncovered that those who are senior leaders of their organisations are the least likely to upskill or reskill virtually, compared to individuals in different career stages. This was one of the key findings in NTUC LearningHub's...
Prudential Corporation Asia (Prudential) is providing its small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) customers in Asia and Africa access to Stash's highly-customisable digital incentive payment platform. The offering is available through PRUWorks, Prudential's one-stop digital platform for SMEs to manage their group insurance and get...
Google and Lazada have announced free training courses for online sellers that will equip them with digital skills and help their businesses grow. Ahead of the busy holiday shopping season, the partnership aims to provide small retailers with more educational resources to improve their online presence, especially...
In an increasingly uncertain job market, nine in 10 Singapore employees (90 per cent) see the need to reskill or to upskill to stay relevant in the post-pandemic world, according to the results of the UOB ASEAN Consumer Sentiment Study. The findings come as...
The SG Women in Tech movement (SGWIT), an initiative by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), industry, government and community partners to attract and develop girls and women in tech, celebrated its 1st  year of advancing diversity in the tech sector in Singapore. Over the past year,...
As the national conversation on jobs and employability homes in on upskilling Singapore's workforce, 66% of Singaporean adults are learning online to reskill and boost their chances of securing a job in a new field. Students (90%), the unemployed (86%), and entry-level executives (69%)...
As the majority of Singapore’s workforce continues to work from home, the UOB ASEAN Consumer Sentiment Study found that flexible work arrangements are critical to achieving work-life balance as part of new working norms post-COVID-19. Almost three quarters of Singapore employees expect that work-life...
As COVID-19 continues to impact the way we live and work, both organisations and employees have become used to our new routine of working from home. Business leaders have begun to look into the next steps for business continuity and a pressing question commonly asked is whether...
Aon plc has released the results of a new global pulse survey focused on how companies are rethinking their human capital strategies in response to the humanitarian and economic impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The COVID-19 crisis has forced companies to evaluate employees...
Back in the days of pre-COVID 19, the strategy to embed corporate culture in hallway and cafeteria discussions, meeting new people, and impromptu team meetings had long been encouraged. In fact, tech companies have advertised free food, informal dress codes, play areas, unwind zones, and other perks...