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  • Human Capital Singapore
    of how people in your industry feel about various aspects of business and how engaged they are in implementing the strategic initiatives that drive business performance This is the first time that a survey of such magnitude is being attempted to study workforce engagement levels in Singapore Please click on https mygenos net anonymous welcome id KRMfYEBq to begin the questionnaire Be rest assured that the identity of every individual participating in this questionnaire will be kept confidential In fact there is no need to disclose any name at all This questionnaire will take approximately 40 minutes to complete The HCS Team hopes that it can have your organisation s participation in this meaningful project A detailed report will be released at a corporate event to be organised on May 24 Develop a Business Case for New Initiatives Develop and Evaluate Health and Well being Programmes Develop Strategies for Managing Diversity Implement Manpower Planning Processes Develop Strategies for Talent Management 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/you-are-invited-to-take-part-in-first-ever-hcs-organisational-effectiveness--survey (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    says this will give greater flexibility for businesses to optimise their foreign manpower within the dependency ratio ceiling MOM will also consider allowing businesses greater flexibility in deploying their existing foreign workers across job duties within the same firm to boost efficiency and productivity A pilot run will be carried out later this year for the hotel industry Feedback from many companies especially those in the construction sector showed that extending the POE of unskilled workers would help businesses retain their trained experienced and more productive work permit holders for longer periods This measure does not impact work permit holders from Malaysia North Asian sources and foreign domestic workers as they do not face a POE restriction and can work up to age 60 Develop and Evaluate Health and Well being Programmes Enhance Organisational Effectiveness Participate In A Work Team Develop Strategies and Policies for Employee Relations Develop Strategies for Total Remuneration 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/businesses-to-enjoy-flexibility-in-deploying--foreign-manpower (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    be better equipped to recruit the right talent to drive their organisation to a greater height thanks to the three module Certified HR Professional Resourcing programme for HR practitioners and line managers which they attended A total of 64 professionals managers and executives received HR Workforce Skills Qualification WSQ certificates and diplomas from Wong Hong Kuan chief executive officer of Singapore Workforce Development Agency and HCS CEO Ho Geok Choo Two of those who graduated Amanda Yeo of Yamari Singapore and Jason Tan of Cushman Wakefield qualified as chief people officer after going through a 10 module course that grooms top executives and corporate leaders who will champion the HR profession and become exemplary models for human capital excellence in Singapore The other certificates and diplomas handed out were for the WSQ Specialist Diploma in HR Development WSQ Professional Diploma in HR Management and Management Programme for Engineers Technical Professionals Implement Fair Employment Practices Develop a Framework and Strategies for Succession Management Implement International Compensation Programme Implement Performance Management Programme Develop Strategies for Career Planning 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/64-graduate-with-hr-qualification (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    HR policies and procedures as well as customised management and training 123 Provide Human Resource Information Develop Strategies for Career Planning Develop Strategies and Policies for Employee Relations 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/a-boost-of-human-resource-for-social-services (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    a fast changing world it is imperative that employee sensitivities are managed properly and professionally HR skills the ability to deal with people at all levels and an understanding of people s motivations and the cultures they come from are increasingly vital to those who have to deal with such a diverse workforce Ensuring that employees from diverse cultures and nationalities identify with the parent organisation s culture goals and aspirations should be a collective effort of both the HR department and the line managers A valuable tool in the talent war People recruitment has always posed a challenge for organisations hungry for new talent As the local economy continues its upswing employers must emphasise employee development and professional growth in order to attract quality talent According to Ms Shirley Leong head of the PAP Community Foundation s PCF HR department her organisation has sent 24 batches of employees to HR WSQ training since 2009 PCF is a people oriented organisation which means we are committed to developing our employees soft skills and competencies to enhance their work performance As PCF provides educational welfare and community services across Singapore it has a decentralised organisational structure in which branch administrators and principals are directly involved in staff recruitment After the courses our people managers are more confident and aware of the dos and don ts when conducting interviews They are also able to employ different recruitment channels to reach out to more applicants and implement the recruitment and selection strategies they have developed A short term investment with long term benefits Both PCF and Knight Frank cited improved organisational efficiency as an immediate benefit of HR WSQ training Said Ms Leong PCF has seen significant improvements in staff management as the assistance sought from PCF headquarters HR department has been reduced

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/solving-the-hr-puzzle (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    part of PCF s efforts to develop our employees soft skills and competencies to enhance their work performance Since 2009 PCF has sent over 1 200 employees for HR WSQ training at Human Capital Singapore HCS the Human Resource CET Continuing Education and Training Centre In 2010 alone PCF employees successfully completed 735 HR WSQ modules covering areas such as Performance Management Talent Management Recruitment and Selection and Employee Relations PCF s pro active approach in identifying and expanding the skill sets of its pre school educators beyond childcare is commendable and visionary Thanks to the dedication of the participants and HR staff training attendance is almost nearly 100 The HR staff also attend the modules with the staff and give feedback to contexualise training to make it relevant to staff HCS is proud to partner PCF in this initiative to boost staff learning and development through HR WSQ says Mdm Ho Geok Choo CEO HCS HR WSQ training improves productivity Since the introduction of HR WSQ training PCF has seen significant improvements in productivity and staff management as the queries channelled to HR Department was reduced The HR WSQ framework by Singapore Workforce Development Agency WDA is designed to address training needs of Human Resource professionals and it maps out the industry competencies needed The HR WSQ system underpins skills formation of HR professionals and people managers and enables them to have greater access to training and the attainment of nationally recognised certifications For media enquiries interviews please contact Ms Celine Sim Manager Corporate Communications Human Capital Singapore DID 65 6603 8055 HP 9760 9288 Email celinesim hcs com sg About Human Capital Singapore Human Capital Singapore Pte Ltd is the national Continuing Education Training CET Centre for Human Resource Workforce Skills Qualifications HR WSQ training Through the HR

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_news/better-recruitment-of-pre-school-educators. (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    changes to the current people management human capital strategy and system to enhance fair employment practices Recommend enhancements to management indicating rationale costs and benefits for buy in 2 Enhance fair employment practices Develop new people management human capital tools to support implementation Roll out implementation plan to ensure people management human capital practices are in line with tripartite guidelines Monitor the progress of the enhancement process to ensure effective implementation 3 Communicate fair employment practices information Communicate enhanced practices to all employees to ensure support Facilitate training of line managers and other relevant employees in the use of fair employment people management human capital tools Integrate the enhancements to fair employment practices with other people management human capital systems Please note that course dates and fees are subjected to changes Prices are subjected to prevailing GST and apply to Singaporeans and Singapore PRs only Price SGD 374 5 Registration No Class available Implement Performance Management Programme Measure Organisational Climate Develop Organisational Response to National Manpower Initiatives and Strategic Priorities Provide Human Resource Consultancy Services Enhance Organisational Effectiveness Issue 008 HCS Bytes Lessons hard pressed employers should not ignore 17 12 2012 The SMRT mainland Chinese drivers strike has placed

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_course/128 (2012-12-22)
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  • Human Capital Singapore
    integration of employee relations processes with other people management human capital functions 3 Monitor and review the effectiveness of employee relations strategies and policies Learning Outcomes 1 Identify factors influencing employee relations Review legislative requirements and guidelines that may impact on employee relations and working conditions Employ mechanisms to analyse internal and external trends to identify issues relating to employee relations and human capital statistics Review performance of current processes and systems used to manage employee relations Lead management team to develop or refine employee relations strategies 2 Drive the integration of employee relations processess with other people management human capital functions Communicate the employee relations processes and systems to stakeholders to gain their buy in Review alignment of employee relations processes and systems with other people management human capital and business programmes and functions Support managers to implement employee relations processes and systems 3 Monitor and review the effectiveness of employee relations strategies and policies Identify criteria to evaluate the performance of employee relations strategies Support the development of processes and systems to gather measurement data and feedback Monitor influences and trends that may impact on employee relations strategies Analyse data to refine employee relations strategy Please note that course dates and fees are subjected to changes Prices are subjected to prevailing GST and apply to Singaporeans and Singapore PRs only Price SGD 449 4 Registration Date 14 Jan 16 Jan 2013 Register Implement Fair Employment Practices Measure Organisational Climate Develop a Business Case for New Initiatives Promote Harmonious Tripartite Relations Measure Human Resource Functional Effectiveness 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

    Original URL path: http://hcs.com.sg/v2/index.php/info/view_course/98 (2012-12-22)
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