Teams To Lead Industry Transformation - Ronald Yeo
"It would be good if (Singapore Economic Development Board, Spring Singapore, International Enterprise Singapore and the Workforce Development Agency) could also work hand-in-hand with NTUC union leaders as well as the leaders of other unions, to gather more feedback from the "boots on the ground" to see what useful feedback can be gathered from rank-and-file workers, and also to ensure that the local Singaporean citizen worker is protected as well."
PM Lee: Holistic Growth Needed for Lifelong Skills
PM Lee says there is a need to emphasise on holistic education to ensure that students have lifelong skills and values.
New Re-employment Age Cap From July 2017
From 1 July 2017, the re-employment age will be officially raised to 67.
More Help for PMETs to Take on New Jobs
More help is on hand from 1 May for PMETs to secure new jobs.
Tighter Rules for Employment Pass Applications
Singapore’s chances of securing winning investments are better if the local and foreign manpower work together as “one Singapore Workforce”.
OBS to Toughen Up Our Young
Outward Bound Singapore is set to play a critical role in toughening up our young people and providing them with a common experience.
More Cushions Needed for Middle Income Workers
Middle income workers have the highest risk of being replaced by technological advances, more cushioning should be provided for them.
More S'poreans Needed in Infocomm Tech
Shortage of talent in ICT sector will be addressed in the upcoming Committee of Supply debate.
New Programmes, Better use of SkillsFuture Credit
Minister Chan Chun Sing said new programmes to help workers and employers make better use of SkillsFuture Credits will be announced this month.
Robotics can Help Transform Local SMEs
Robotics solutions can help transform SMEs, but companies must adopt the technology and workers’ skill sets need to be enhanced.