Jaya Dass, Randstad

Jaya Dass, Randstad

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24 February 2022
Why It Matters: Key takeaways for employers and HR leaders from Budget 2022
Budget 2022, themed "Charting our new way forward together" made a few announcements regarding support and changes for our workforce scene. And it includes a S$500 million package to support jobs and businesses and adjustments to minimum qualifying salaries for Employment Pass and S-Pass holders. Jaya Dass, Managing Director of Singapore and Malaysia, Randstad shares some of the key takeaways businesses should take note of post Budget 2022 and what other gaps he thinks still need attention in Singapore’s workforce.

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24 September 2021
The importance of employee and employer reputation in a post Covid-19 world
On Prime Time, hosts Timothy Go and Rachel Kelly speak to Jaya Dass, Managing Director for Singapore and Malaysia, Randstad about social media profiles for employees and employers.

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22 June 2020
The importance of upskilling for your job search in 2020
In the latest Randstad Singapore’s latest Workmonitor survey, it was revealed that 89 percent of respondents are willing to be retrained to ensure their employability. Interestingly, this sentiment is highest among mature workers, with 93 percent of respondents aged 55 and above sharing it. Jaya Dass, Managing Director, Malaysia & Singapore, Randstad shares the right skills one should upgrade themselves in if they are planning to go on a job hunt in 2020 and some tips for those looking for a new role this year.

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21 February 2020
Insights into Ageism at the workplace
In Career 360, Bernard Lim speaks to Jaya Dass, Managing Director of Singapore and Malaysia at Randstad for her insights into ageism at the workplace. According to a study done by them, over 1,000 Singapore-based respondents think they will reach career stagnation is 48.

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5 November 2019
Are Singaporeans willing to relocate if they can get higher pay and live a healthier life?
Randstad Singapore recently released the latest local results from the Q3 2019 Randstad Workmonitor. Interestingly, 58 percent of those surveyed in Singapore, would rather switch careers than relocate to another country for work. Jaya Dass, Managing Director, Malaysia and Singapore, Randstad talks to us about interesting findings from the survey and why Singaporeans are willing to relocate for work.

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28 June 2019
Influence: Jaya Dass, Managing Director, Randstad Singapore & Malaysia
Two in 5 employees in Singapore plan to change employers this year, with 40 per cent of them citing ‘limited career path’ as the biggest pushing factor. This, according to Randstad’s Employer Brand Research 2019 report. Millennials were found most likely to change their jobs this year at 43 per cent, followed closely behind by Generation X employees at 41 per cent. 33 per cent of millennials also noted that they want to work in companies providing robust training programmes, which are deemed beneficial for the career development and skills growth. Jaya Dass, Managing Director, Randstad Singapore and Malaysia breaks down the reasons behind the numbers and what employers can do to retain good talents.

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