NTUC e2i (Employment and Employability Institute) embarked on a series of community job fairs in 2010 and 2011, bringing close to 10,400 jobs vacancies.
NTUC LearningHub to offer service excellence WSQ courses to F&B professionals.
Making a career switch can be fruitless and daunting for PMEs (Professionals, Managers and Executives) sometimes. This is why NTUCs e2i (Employment and Employability Institute) has come up with a new series of career fairs catered specially for them on a monthly basis from July to November 2011.
There was certain calm and composure in Mr Thomas Loh as he waited patiently for his turn at an interview at M Hotel on 21 October 2011. It had been almost two weeks since he was handed a letter of retrenchment from the job he had for 12 years. Read on to find out more.
UCCW in partnership with CPF Board and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) organised a road show titled For A Better Future, a first-time a roadshow was held in Chinese getai style, reaching out to the low-wage, contract and casual workers.
NTUCs Unit for Contract and Casual Workers (UCCW) helps Mr Tay Thiat Hock in finding employment with higher wages.
Sensing graduating students growing pessimism during the 2009 economic downturn, Young NTUC organised an Opportunity Fair which attracted 800 students and featured over 6,000 opportunities through jobs, internships and research positions in both the public and private sectors.
The NTUC WDSs Back2Work with U (B2W) Programme adopts the Recruit, Re-adjust and Retain strategy to get more women back into the workforce, and increase the employment rate for economically inactive women who are considering coming back to work.
A signature Young NTUC School by youths for youths, the Uth! Campus is a two days one night fun-filled residential course.