Robert Walters has released the 23rd edition of its Salary Survey, presented in a brand-new digital format. According to the salary guide, the economy is expected to bounce back going into 2022, where hiring trends will mainly be focused around people and technology.
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Robert Walters has released the 22nd edition of its Salary Survey, presented in a brand-new digital format. According to the salary guide, a conservative job market is expected in most sectors in 2021 as companies are slowly recovering from the effects of the pandemic last year.
Hybrid skillsets sought after, increasing emphasis on transferrable niche skillsets, as healthy hiring levels and digitalisation momentum continue. These are the key findings in the latest Salary Survey released by Robert Walters Singapore.
Robert Walters recently issued a recruitment e-guide, “Grow your talent: Hire based on your potential”. Rather than vying for talent within this already-limited pool, the report shows the benefits of hiring based on potential, giving pointers on how to identify high-potential candidates, hire and empower them to fulfil their potential.