100% of Internship Funding for Salaries of Singaporean/PR Undergraduate Interns (capped at S$1,000/month per intern)
Employers who hire workers through reskilling or training programmes will receive additional salary support.
The P-Max Programme is a Place-and-Train programme that aims to help SMEs better match, recruit, train, and manage suitable job-seeking PMEs.
Companies in selected sectors that are directly and critically impacted by COVID-19 are eligible for enhanced Absentee Payroll at 90% of hourly basic salary, capped at $10 per hour, and enhanced Course Fee support at up to 90% of course fees.
A structured on-the-job-training programme, during which employers can assess a job seeker’s job fit and offer employment to suitable candidates upon completion.
As part of the Adapt and Grow initiative to help Singapore Citizens adapt to changing job demands and enhance their employability, the CSP will be extended for two (2) years. The programme period will be from 1 Apr 2019 to 31 Mar 2021.
Up to $42,000 salary support for hiring eligible Singapore Citizens.
A training grant for Unionised Companies to defray their cost of training when they send staff who are union members for trainings that promotes employability enhancement.
Company Funding Support:
The Skills Framework provides up-to-date information on employment, career pathways, occupations, job roles, existing and emerging skills, as well as relevant education and training programmes. Employers can use the Skills Framework to design progressive human resource practices to recognise skills and make informed decisions on skills investment.
The SkillsFuture for Digital Workplace, formerly known as Future@Work, is a national initiative designed to equip Singaporeans with the mindset and skills to prepare for the future economy.
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