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The skills gap is a constant concern for HR professionals around the region, as job vacancies and requirements far outnumber the amount of applicable job seekers within the workforce.

In Singapore, this issue has been further highlighted with the recent launch of the National Jobs Bank, which amassed 16,000 ‘live’ job vacancies on the day of its launch (there are now more than 34,000 jobs available.)

While this government initiative has begun to ease and assist some companies with their recruitment efforts, HR professionals remain at somewhat of a junction of being pressed by internal demands to fill positions, and external measures the government has put in place to moderate the demand for foreign talent.

Recruitment Interactive 2014 will be thoroughly exploring this topic with a panel of HR leaders who will share their insight and experiences on the current recruitment landscape, and how the Fair Consideration Framework, Personal Data Protection Act and the Jobs Bank have impacted their recruitment strategies.

Nothing is more of a high priority concern, so register now to secure your place for this hugely popular conference, as seats are limited.

Click here to receive the full conference agenda and find out more about the round table discussions, which will involve all attending delegates throughout the entire day, alongside keynote discussions and on-stage panels.

Recruitment Interactive 2014 will be held on November 20th at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Singapore.

If you have any further enquiries, please contact Manuel Almira at +65 6423 0329 or

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