Thomas Cook (India) Ltd has partnered with Y-Axis, an immigration and visa consultant, to offer a holistic and seamless product-service experience to Indians travelling overseas for permanent residency,
Thomas Cook (India) rose 1.41% to Rs 75.55 at 14:50 ISTon BSE after the company said it has partnered with Y-Axis, apremier immigration and visa consultant in the country.
The announcement was made
More than eight in 10 graduates found full-time work within six months of leaving university, a survey revealed yesterday. Among the 10,500 graduates polled, 83.4 per cent of them were employed in full-time
And pour in S$1.08b in receipts.
Additional improvements to Singapore’s visa processes could reap substantial economic benefits for Singapore, according to a new report published by the World Tourism
Hong Kong and Shanghai may have lost out to Singapore in the hunt for foreign talent over the years, but manpower experts believe a reversal is looming as the Lion City tightens the rules on the hiring
Singapore's main economic planning agency expects the number of new skilled jobs created in 2014 to fall by 25-35 percent, a sign that the government's efforts to curb the number of foreign workers and
When 17-year-old Palak Gupta decided to do BSc (Life Sciences) from the University of Bradford, UK, she did not head westwards. She chose to enrol herself at the Management Development Institute of Singapore
An independent study by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has found that foreign workers generally feel "well taken care of" in Singapore.
Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin revealed that more than
Around 200 foreign workers, who were present at the scene of a riot in Singapore that broke out after an Indian worker was run over by a bus, were on Sunday formally warned by police.
The workers were
The 2013/14 Randstad World of Work Report has found that the most sought after talent in Singapore for next year will be skilled professionals with hard-to-duplicate expertise, such as digital marketers,