Google, UOB aim to train SMEs to use digital tools for business issues

GOOGLE and UOB on Monday announced a programme that aims to train 400 business leaders of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in using digital tools to solve business issues.

Tertiary institutions boost efforts to impart emerging skills

THE universities and polytechnics will ramp up efforts to train people in emerging skills such as machine learning, entrepreneurship and data analytics.

More help for SMEs to send staff for skills training

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will receive even more financial support to send their staff for skills training with a grant that could see a $2,000 training course fee slashed to just...

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SMEs to get extra S$10,000 subsidy to help train workers

STARTING July 1, companies in Singapore will be able to get more support to upgrade their workers' skills with a S$10,000 subsidy under the enhanced Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG) provided by...

How OCBC busts the fear factor over jobs upheaval

THERE is fear that plagues some employees at OCBC when it comes to tackling the sensitive topic of the future of jobs, but the bank is determined to make sure that employees are trained to be...

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Earn and Learn scheme to be launched for air transport sector

MANPOWER constraints are expected across all sectors due to Singapore's demographic changes and the keen competition for talent, said Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry and Education...

The importance of championing skills development to remain competitive

The current business environment presents both challenges and opportunities for employers. The pace of innovation and emergence of disruptive...

Degree holders face global competition in hunt for jobs

In many developed societies, including Singapore, young people and their parents hold strongly to the belief that a degree will lead to better job prospects and subsequently afford them a...

SkillsFuture, four years on

It has been about four years since the term SkillsFuture was introduced to Singaporeans.