NTUC LearningHub Appoints Jeremy Ong as New Chief Executive Officer to Power up Its Digital Transformation

NTUC LearningHub Appoints Jeremy Ong as New Chief Executive Officer to Power up Its Digital Transformation

SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 5 November 2021 - NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB), a leading Continuing Education and Training provider in Singapore, announced today that Mr Jeremy Ong will assume the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Most recently, Jeremy was the Chief Customer & Operations Officer at AXA Singapore, a role he took on since October 2019.
Amid Prevalent Skills Mismatch, Workers with Skills Gaps Not Prioritised for Training

Amid Prevalent Skills Mismatch, Workers with Skills Gaps Not Prioritised for Training

Skills mismatch continues to be the most prevalent form of mismatches (63%) according to business leadersWorkers with skills gaps are not the top priority for training (15%), as compared to workers with high potential (45%).
Businesses Adopting Agile Approach Since Pandemic,  Yet 57% of Employers Face Challenges

Businesses Adopting Agile Approach Since Pandemic, Yet 57% of Employers Face Challenges

As Singapore's economy continues to recover, companies are adopting the Agile approach in order to transform and adapt to the unpredictable business climate due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Push For Tech Reskilling Opens Up New Prospects For Workers in Singapore

Push For Tech Reskilling Opens Up New Prospects For Workers in Singapore

Job seekers and career switchers ride the digitalisation wave to land new roles and more opportunities with acquired skills. 58% increase in tech training places since the start of the pandemic
Local Support For Singapore Food Produce Encourages Move Into Agritech Careers

Local Support For Singapore Food Produce Encourages Move Into Agritech Careers

As the economy continues to recover, growth industries — such as agriculture technology, or Agritech, - are picking up pace.
Driving Competitiveness by Closing Skills Gaps – Over Half of Employers Need External Help

Driving Competitiveness by Closing Skills Gaps – Over Half of Employers Need External Help

75% of employers see the importance of carrying out regular training needs analysis for their workforce to drive the competitiveness of their business.55% of employers agree that they need external help to assess the skills gaps of their employees. 52% of employers believe that external assessments provide reliable and more accurate results.SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 6 May 2021 - To remain competitive in Singapore's recovering economy, three- quarters (75%) of employers in Singapore see the importance of carrying out regular training needs analysis for their workforce to drive the competitiveness of their
NTUC LearningHub Survey: Despite More Employers Seeing the Importance in Training in the Wake Of Covid-19, Not Enough Is Being Done to Upskill Workers

NTUC LearningHub Survey: Despite More Employers Seeing the Importance in Training in the Wake Of Covid-19, Not Enough Is Being Done to Upskill Workers

Since the pandemic started, more employers agree that training will help employees be more resilient (93% in 2021 vs 84% in 2020). However, only 62% are currently training or intend to train their workforce.Businesses in severely affected industries are more likely to turn to train their employees (73%) compared to those in other industries (57% average).Rather than to completely reskill employees (52%), employers are mostly keen on upskilling their workforce in technical (66%), adaptive (65%) and digital (57%) skills.SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 16 April 2021 - As workforce upskilling tops the national agenda in the wake of the
NTUC LearningHub Survey: Despite More Employers Seeing the Importance in Training in the Wake Oo Covid-19, Not Enough Is Being Done to Upskill Workers

NTUC LearningHub Survey: Despite More Employers Seeing the Importance in Training in the Wake Oo Covid-19, Not Enough Is Being Done to Upskill Workers

Since the pandemic started, more employers agree that training will help employees be more resilient (93% in 2021 vs 84% in 2020). However, only 62% are currently training or intend to train their workforce.Businesses in severely affected industries are more likely to turn to train their employees (73%) compared to those in other industries (57% average).Rather than to completely reskill employees (52%), employers are mostly keen on upskilling their workforce in technical (66%), adaptive (65%) and digital (57%) skills. SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 16 April 2021 - As workforce upskilling tops the national agenda in
Digital Marketing Grew In Importance As The Top Digital Skill Needed For Business Viability In Post-Pandemic Era: NTUC LearningHub Survey

Digital Marketing Grew In Importance As The Top Digital Skill Needed For Business Viability In Post-Pandemic Era: NTUC LearningHub Survey

Digital Marketing skills have grown in importance as the top competency required for business viability, as voted by 50% of employers in 2021 vs 44% of them in 2020.Data Analysis (36%) and Project Management (35%) skills also remain the top digital skills coveted by employersThe digital skills which have grown in importance include: Basic IT Support (33% in 2020 vs 34% in 2021), Cybersecurity (27% in 2021 vs 25% in 2020), Governance, Risk Management & Personal Data Protection (24% in 2021 vs 22% in 2020), AI Machine Learning (22% in 2021 vs 20% in 2020) and Robotic Process Automation (20% in 2021 vs 17% in 2020) SINGAPORE
Employers Say Adaptive Skills More Critical To Business Viability Since Covid-19 Pandemic: NTUC LearningHub Survey

Employers Say Adaptive Skills More Critical To Business Viability Since Covid-19 Pandemic: NTUC LearningHub Survey

Adaptive skills have grown in importance since the start of the COVID-19 pandemicEffective communication topped the list of key skills needed for business viability and it has grown in importance since last year (voted by 68% in 2021 vs 48% in 2020)Teamwork is the second most important skill (55%), followed by Leadership (53%), Negotiation and Influencing skills (51%) and Digital Marketing (50%) SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 25 March 2021 - Since the start of the pandemic, workforce competencies have had to evolve, resulting in the increasing importance for adaptive skills in the workplace. In particular, more
NTUC LHUB, UOB’s Innovation Accelerator The Finlab, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and NTUC U SME Announce Partnership To Digitalise 500 Companies by 2021 Through ‘Reboot’ Programme

NTUC LHUB, UOB’s Innovation Accelerator The Finlab, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and NTUC U SME Announce Partnership To Digitalise 500 Companies by 2021 Through ‘Reboot’ Programme

SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 9 March 2021 - NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB), NTUC U SME, United Overseas Bank (UOB)'s innovation accelerator The FinLab, and Ngee Ann Polytechnic today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to officially launch the SME Digital Reboot programme. The programme aims to help 500 companies nationwide deepen their digital capabilities by the end of 2022, in order for them to stay relevant and competitive in a transformed business landscape. NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB), United Overseas Bank (UOB)'s innovation accelerator The FinLab, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and NTUC U SME today signed a
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