The Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) will be organising a SME Workshop on Digital Transformation in HR and Government Support Programmes for Hiring PMETs on 20 Nov 2018.
As organisations embark on their digital transformation journey, business leaders tend to focus on the technologies and neglect the human element. In the core of transformation of any sorts are the people in the organisation. While organisations move towards a new world of work, HR needs to become the change agents and take the lead in the transformation process. Learn how HR can lead the way through recruiting the right people, developing digital culture and implementing digital HR.
SME Centre @Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SME Centre @SICCI) will share on some of the programmes by Enterprise Singapore such as the Enterprise Development Grant and HR Resources which has key guidelines on how to execute HR activities and functions. Employers will also learn on training and hiring assistance by Workforce Singapore (WSG) to help you hire and train employees to meet your customer’s needs.
Adopting an educational model, SFIC Institute will share on the Professional Conversion Programme for Designers and a Place and Train Programme for Matured Workers. By placing employees with less than 3 months of employment into the programmes, employers will receive salary support for 6 months while employees will get to upgrade their workforce skillsets through an educational pathway.
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Lastly, SNEF will introduce on two programmes under the Adapt and Grow Initiative on recruitment, training and retention of PMETs. The P-Max Place-and-Train Programme aims to facilitate the entry of PMETs into suitable SME* jobs. Companies will receive $5000 upon successful completion of the programme.