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The area of recruitment within the HR sphere is, and probably always will be, among the top priorities and challenges for the HR function.
It has been a little over a year since the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) announces numerous measures to moderate the demand for foreign manpower in Singapore.
While HR teams across the country have managed to make adjustments to accommodate the policy changes, more amendments in the form of the Fair Consideration Framework are poised for implementation by the start of August – driving home the need for HR to consider local talent before offering the position to foreign candidates in Singapore.
Additionally, the National Jobs Bank launched this month has become a new factor of consideration within the scope of recruitment.
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With a low unemployment rate of 2% and a huge number of vacant positions signifying a dramatic skills gap, there’s no doubt HR professionals have their hands full.
To assist the progress of HR teams in this all-important area of talent attraction and retention, Human Resources is pleased to announce the return of its popular annual recruitment conference, Recruitment Interactive 2014.
Sold out in 2013, this year’s event will feature compelling keynote presentations, company case studies and in-depth panel sessions led by local and regional HR leaders in charge of the Singapore market.
The conference also features facilitated interactive round table discussions, focusing on 5 major areas of recruitment – social media, candidate sourcing, recruitment outsourcing, selection excellence and technology and innovation.
Register now to secure your spot and enjoy the early-bird discount!
If you have any further enquiries, please contact Manuel Almira at +65 6423 0329 or firstname.lastname@example.org