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Jobs in Singapore

Jobs

Most expats move to Singapore to work and save. We have all the info on recruitment agencies, labour laws and work permits. We also give you an insider's view on what it's like to work in Singapore. Find out more about business etiquette, different cultures and what they expect in the work place as well as what the expected dress code is in the Singaporean business environment.

  • Working on Your Husband's Visa

    If you are a dependant on your husband's visa you can still work. You just have to apply for a dependant's visa. We have all the information on how to apply including all the documents that are required and who is eligible.

  • Employment Pass

    Professionals who want to work in Singapore require an employment pass. We have all the information on who is eligible and what documents are required. Usually the employer will handle the employment pass application.

  • Recruitment Companies in Singapore

    It is always a great way to look for a good job when you apply and register through a recruitment agency as they will be able to offer you access to the best jobs as well as give you invaluable advice into the company you are apply to. Here we have a list of reputable recruitment companies in Singapore.

  • Guide to Working in Singapore

    If you’re planning on moving to Singapore for work or you’re new to the job market, here’s some useful information to help you.

  • Visa Medical

    When you decide to apply for a work or residence visa in Singapore you will be required to undergo tests. Singapore does not accept people who fail the medical examinations and they will arrange for deportation should you fail.

  • Business Etiquette

    With so many different cultures forming the base of the Singaporean community it is really important to be aware of the different business etiquette that is expected in Singapore. For example did you know that small talk is a must - be patient while asking sincerely about the health and family of the person with whom you are conducting business!

  • Law for pregnant employees

    We have the law that all employers must abide by with regards to their pregnant employees. If you're thinking of starting a family whilst you are working you'll no doubt need advice on employment rights during your pregnancy in the workplace.

 
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