In The News: Hiring amid Covid-19

With the COVID-19 outbreak taking a toll on Singapore's economy, how are businesses and job seekers coping during this period, and what tips do our experts offer regarding looking for a job, working from home, or remote hiring?

Hear from our Robert Walters Singapore spokespeople on the latest employment trends, tips, and insights.

Charlene Tay, Principal Consultant of Robert Walters Singapore HR division, was featured on BBC news's “Coronavirus: Job interviews go online as candidates stuck at home” article. 

Read the article here.

Wendy Heng, Associate Director for Sales and Marketing, Healthcare and Supply Chain at Robert Walters Singapore, shares with The Straits Times which industries would still see demand for candidates, even as hiring sentiments have weakened.

Read the article here.

Dominic Salomoni, Director at Robert Walters Singapore, was featured in two The Business Times articles. He shared how the Resilience Budget would benefit workers affected by the current economic climate, and the impact of the government’s wage support on saving jobs.

Read Dominic's comments in the two articles here and here.

Faiz Modak, Senior Manager of FS and Technology, was featured in two of eFinancialCareers's online articles. He shared his insights on how banks are still hiring as usual, albeit more cautiously, and also revealed the banking jobs that are still in-demand despite COVID-19.

Read Faiz's comments in the two articles here and here.

Alex Martin, Manager of the FS & Legal division, was featured in two of eFinancialCareers's online articles. He shared tips on how you can maximise your chances of scoring a new banking job during COVID-19, and mistakes to avoid during online video interviews.

Read Alex's comments in the two articles here and here.

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