The Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) will be organising a SME HR Series on Government Support Programmes and Hiring Solutions on Wednesday, 25 September 2019.
At this session, the Lifelong Learning Institute invites employers to an exclusive preview of their newly renovated facility; The LLearning Express – an experiential learning concept space designed with the users in mind to encourage learning, cultivate collaboration and inspire ideation and innovation. Equipped with smart technology, our thematic learning spaces aim to transform the way learning takes place and to create a conducive learning environment and experience.
Ingeus, a Career Matching Provider of Workforce Singapore (WSG), will share how they serve the retrenched / unemployed Singapore PMETs. With the belief that everyone has potential given the right guidance, support and training, Ingeus aims to provide high-quality career coaching services to create positive change to Singapore’s labour market. Employers can understand how their services compliment with the various government schemes available.
SMEs could develop a strong Singaporean core in a manpower-lean economy through enhanced programmes under the Adapt & Grow Initiative. In addition to sharing on employment facilitation assistance for SMEs, Workforce Singapore will brief on the various programmes such as Enhanced Career Support Programme, Career Trial and Jobsbank.
After which, employers will hear how the various support schemes can better recruit, train and retain your PMETs. The P-Max Place-and-Train Programme aims to facilitate the entry of PMETs into suitable SME jobs. Upon completion of the programme, companies will receive a one-time Assistance Grant of $5,000. Companies applying under the P-Max track for Singapore Citizens PMETs aged ≥ 50 would be entitled to an additional $5,000 assistance grant capped at $10,000 per company. Lastly, the Professional Conversion Programme (PCP) which aims to help jobseekers reskill and acquire necessary knowledge and competencies to take on new jobs. Eligible companies will receive training grants and salary support of up to $18,000.