Singapore—In a new ruling to weed out discriminatory hiring practices, the Ministry of Manpower has mandated that jobs paying less than S$12,000 a month must be listed on a National Job Bank for two weeks before being offered a foreigner.
According to a survey of 100 local employers by JobStreet.com, 54% said it will hinder their hiring plans while a third believe the new ruling will only slow down their recruitment process.
What do you think? How will this affect your recruitment? Have you say in the comments below.
Check out the JobStreet.com infograhic on the survey here.