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  • Human Capital Singapore
    production operators accounting and finance staff and engineers For another consecutive year engineers and sales representatives have stayed on the Top 10 chart as the most difficult roles to fill Common reasons cited by Singapore employers are the lack of available applicants 38 and lack of technical competencies 14 When asked what strategies employers were pursuing to overcome their difficulties filling positions the most common responses were to partner with educational institutions to align with talent needs focus more on improving pipelines and providing additional training and development to existing staff to fill vacancies ManpowerGroup warns that if employers resign themselves to their inability to hire the skilled talent they need to grow their businesses it will threaten to derail business plans for years to come Support Organisational Events Implement Employee Health and Well being in the Workplace Manage Organisational Risks Provide Human Resource Consultancy Services 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 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/a-third-of-employers-find-it-difficult-to-fill-job-vacancies (2012-12-22)
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    Process 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/hcs-news-bulletin-4th-june (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    the last couple of weeks I ve seen signs that there is a shift in the mindset amongst many business owners who are saying it is probably better to bite the bullet and invest in efforts to try and transform their businesses and make it work for the longer term she said She said that two important emphases in the 2012 Budget unveiled in February were the need to reduce dependence on foreign workers and to help SMEs make the transition from dependence on foreign manpower She said that there are now signs of greater receptivity to making the transition for more productivity This contrasts with 2010 2011 when there was a lot of angst among companies which found it stressful to have to make the adjustment She cited examples of companies in the construction and logistics sectors which have turned to automation or improved their competency in niche areas to grow their business further Stressing the need to enhance competency she said Companies do it individuals have to do it countries have to do it economies as well She says that the government will reach out to as many businesses as possible to innovate and improve productivity There s a need to reach out to merchants associations coffee houses retail shops etc for them to transition to greater productivity This is really part of keeping ourselves engaged in the international business environment Apply Financial Knowledge Within a Human Resource Environment Administer Recruitment and Selection Process Define Job Profiles Manage Projects Implement and Evaluate Remuneration 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/smes-beginning-to-be-more-earnest-about-improving-productivity (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    objective is to create awareness of the importance of harnessing manpower excellence for productivity driven growth in the fast changing business environment The first master class in the series titled Global Leadership Innovation and Productivity will be held at the Global Entrepolis Singapore 2012 There is also the Prime Productivity and Innovation Award which will recognise companies which have made significant strides in increasing their productivity and achieved sustainable productivity driven growth The Chief Executive Officer of HCS Mdm Ho Geok Choo said While technology brings about faster cheaper and better outcomes technology is also a function of people People drive productivity Companies need to imbue their employees with the right mindset and equip them with the right competencies which are the heart ware that will drive productivity and innovation The T shape manager who masters the art of effective people management will have an edge when it comes to driving people productivity PRIME reinforces the fact that people forms the core of a holistic and sustainable productivity drive and in our pursuit of any organizational improvements SBF Chief Operating Officer Mr Victor Tay said Building sustainable productivity culture is a long reinforcing process It is important that companies adopt a two pronged approach to drive productivity strategy top down coupled with empowerment introduced in a bottom up approach This new initiative will target all sectors from general manufacturing logistics retail F B hospitality logistics and other services Mr Wong Hong Kuan Chief Executive of WDA said Workplace productivity is gaining prominence within the national agenda and is a key challenge that industries and companies must address The programme is a good example of WDA s commitment to support the nation s transition towards productivity led growth We encourage companies to embrace programmes like Prime to entrench a culture of

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/hcs-joins-arms-with-3-agencies-to-boost-sme-productivity (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    at 5 000 each to be used for diagnostics feasibility studies process upgrading customised training product or services development and adoption of quality and standards The voucher can be redeemed at HCS an appointed service provider SPRING has set aside 32 million to assist some 1 600 SMEs a year or 6 400 SMEs over four years Minister of State for Trade and Industry Mr Teo Ser Luck says While many of our SMEs understand the benefits of upgrading they sometimes find the process of applying for assistance quite challenging Like the IVS the ICV scheme is simple to apply for and easy to use We hope SMEs will take this first step towards building their capabilities in the core business areas of productivity human resources development and financial management This will help them lay the foundation for sustainable growth in the long term SPRING launched the IVS in March 2009 to encourage SMEs to tap technology to try out innovative ideas Close to 700 SMEs have benefited from the technology services provided by 22 knowledge institutions KIs including polytechnics and research institutes Measure Human Resource Functional Effectiveness Process Payroll Provide Career Advice Manage Internal and External Service Providers Develop

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/spring-singapore-s-innovation-voucher-scheme-ivs-extended-to-hr-development (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    for the past eight years during which the company provided consultation and services that effectively enhance business and interaction skills With Protocol Academy s expertise in corporate etiquette the PME Makeover programme will educate participants on business networking skills that will make a lasting impression It will also cover aspects such as posture correction and fashion sense HCS will bring in experienced corporate leaders to share their views as to what they look for in an employee Guest lecturers will provide guidance to participants as to how to write their resumes and how to approach a job interview The PME Makeover programme is scheduled to run once a month to facilitate professionals who want to land their dream job confidently HCS Connection 2012 Reshaping Human Capital for Business Success in the New Economy jointly organised by Human Capital Singapore and Singapore Business Federation and sponsored by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency and the Employment and Employability Institute e2i is a Communities of Practice CoP event for CEOs Corporate Leaders HR Directors and HR Managers Implement Fair Employment Practices Promote Innovation Develop Strategies for Manpower Planning and Resourcing Implement Recruitment and Selection Methods Measure Organisational Climate Issue 008 HCS Bytes Lessons

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/pmes-can-look-to-improve-image (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    the most engaged compared to those in India 37 Australia 36 North America 33 Europe 30 the broader Asean region 26 and China 17 as reported by Blessing White in 2011 The survey to collect information about people engagement in organizations across all job levels was a collaborative effort of Human Capital Singapore Singapore based business performance coaching firm Thought Perfect and Australia based employee engagement consultancy Genos International The results of the HCS Thoguht Perfect Genos survey are presented in a report titled A Snapshot of Organisational Effectiveness Human Capital Engagement in Singapore released at HCS Connection 2012 which takes place from 24 to 26 May Process Payroll Participate In A Work Team Apply Financial Knowledge Within a Human Resource Environment Measure Human Resource Functional Effectiveness Define Job Profiles 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/singapore-s-workforce-is-most-engaged (2012-12-22)
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    Plans 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/hcs-bulletin-21-may-2012 (2012-12-22)
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