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  • Human Capital Singapore
    Present Research Information Issue 008 HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed in the spotlight several issues that many hard pressed businesses might not have paid heed to in the tight labour environment in Singapore in which they are doing all they can just to recruit staff to fill vacancies more Minister of State for Manpower launches

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/national-day-release-ceo-commentary-on-attracting-retaining-older-workforce (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed in the spotlight several issues that many hard pressed businesses might not have paid heed to in the tight labour environment in Singapore in which they are doing all they can just to recruit staff to fill vacancies more Minister of State for Manpower launches HR WSQ programme conducted in

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/issue-001-hcs-bytes (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    survey released more than 85 percent of Asian respondents already engage in the practice of BYOD higher than the global figure of 74 percent The top countries globally were South Korea at 93 percent Singapore at 90 percent and China and Taiwan at 88 percent each Consistent with global figures more than 55 percent of them view using their device at work as a right rather than a privilege The dependence on personal communication is also strong with 59 percent of Asian respondents admitting they could not go without accessing social networks 67 percent of Asian respondents are also unable to last a day without text messages The three highest figures in the world came from Asia with Taiwan at 70 percent China at 69 percent and Singapore at 68 percent It was also found that 47 percent of Asians were willing to contravene a corporate policy banning the use of personally owned devices for work purposes compared to the global figure of 42 percent The three highest figures came from Asia with India at 66 percent China at 56 percent and Singapore at 50 percent Thus HR personnel in Asia will have to deal with this attitude of their young employees particularly in regard to security The survey was conducted on 3 800 employees aged 21 to 31 during May to June 2012 in 15 countries of which 1 443 of the employees were Asians These included Asia Pacific countries India South Korea China Taiwan Hong Kong Singapore and Japan Develop Strategies and Policies for Employee Relations Enhance Organisational Effectiveness Align Human Resource Services with Business Needs Promote Harmonious Tripartite Relations Provide Human Resource Information Issue 008 HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed in the

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/hr-staff-have-hands-full-coping-with-colleagues-who-are-dependent-on-mobile-devices (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    employees will opt for a pay increase over other benefits of the job such as a flexible work plan or more days of leave according to the results of a global study by HR services provider NorthgateArsino The survey polled 1300 global respondents to rank benefits from their job and their future salary expectations The rankings of benefits that are preferred by employees are a pay increase a flexible work environment more training and development additional holidays opportunities to work abroad opportunities to take a sabbatical Provide Career Advice Implement Recruitment and Selection Methods Develop Human Resource Policy Framework Operate Human Resource Information System Measure Organisational Climate Issue 008 HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed in the spotlight several issues that many hard pressed businesses might not have paid heed to in the tight labour environment in Singapore in which they are doing all they can just to recruit staff to fill vacancies more Minister of State for Manpower launches HR WSQ programme conducted in Mandarin 29 11 2012 Praises Bosses Network for taking lead Also salutes Matsushita Greatwall Corporation for grooming its departmental heads more

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/employees-rate-a-pay-rise-as-tops (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    committee seats in the Asian firms still lower than the average of 10 percent in Europe and 14 percent in the US consultancy firm McKinsey Company said in a report The survey of 1 500 senior managers and research of 744 exchange listed companies across the region by McKinsey Company suggests that increasing the number of women in high level positions can improve companies financial performance and countries economic expansion the Wall Street Journal reported It called the numbers in Asia strikingly low It s a huge waste of talent as half of Asian graduates are female And it is a waste that Asian companies can ill afford given the severe shortage of senior managers in the region said the report titled Women Matter Measure Organisational Climate Develop Human Resource Policy Framework Manage Organisational Risks Recruit and Select Staff for International Assignments Develop Strategies for Manpower Planning and Resourcing Issue 008 HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed in the spotlight several issues that many hard pressed businesses might not have paid heed to in the tight labour environment in Singapore in which they are doing all

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/women-represent-untapped-talent (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    cent the survey by international recruitment firm Robert Half revealed Singapore topped the list ahead of Brazil 94 per cent Hong Kong 88 per cent and Australia 85 per cent The survey of 6 000 employees in 12 countries and territories included more than 500 from Singapore Singapore also ranks at the top of the global list of employees who find career coaching boosts their job satisfaction with 97 per cent saying having a good coach is important to being a happy employee While Brazilian employees are the most motivated by workplace coaching 88 per cent Singapore came a close second with 84 per cent of employees feeling more motivated after receiving appropriate career guidance Develop Strategies for Managing Diversity Implement Recruitment and Selection Methods Conduct Interviews and Make Hiring Decisions Manage Internal and External Service Providers Develop and Evaluate Health and Well being Programmes Issue 008 HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed in the spotlight several issues that many hard pressed businesses might not have paid heed to in the tight labour environment in Singapore in which they are doing all they can just to

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/singapore-employees-appreciate-career-coaching-most (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed in the spotlight several issues that many hard pressed businesses might not have paid heed to in the tight labour environment in Singapore in which they are doing all they can just to recruit staff to fill vacancies more Minister of State for Manpower launches HR WSQ programme conducted in

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/hcs-news-bulletin-11th-june (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    about losing their high performing staff Hudson polled more than 4 000 employers and employees in Hong Kong Singapore and China in April in an online survey Eighty per cent of Asian employees polled said they deserve a pay rise this year reports ChannelNewsAsia citing the Hudson report Pay rises For those who are considering changing jobs a salary increase was cited as the biggest factor that would convince them to stay But eight in 10 hiring managers in Asia polled said the salary expectations of preferred candidates exceed their budget Nearly half increase their budget to secure the best candidate with the remaining employers settling for their second choice Six in 10 employers said it is harder to secure the right candidates this year particularly for senior strategic and managerial roles Salary expectations exceed hiring budgets Hudson said salary expectations are a growing source of tension between businesses and employees in Singapore Hudson Singapore s executive general manager Andrew Tomich said Employers are looking for highly performing candidates who can help take their businesses forward but not at any cost Their dilemma is how to attract the best candidates at a time when hiring budgets aren t always able to keep pace with rising salary expectations Hiring managers now have to do more with less which is especially difficult when salary is the top driver for 27 of candidates and many employees believe it is easy to find a similar package elsewhere Manage Projects Manage Industrial Relations Processes Lead Organisational Design Provide Human Resource Information Conduct Interviews and Make Hiring Decisions Issue 008 HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed in the spotlight several issues that many hard pressed businesses might not have paid heed to

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/most-employees-in-asia-thinking-of-other-pastures (2012-12-22)
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