The Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices says retrenchments should be done bearing in mind the impact on affected employees.
In the latest Manulife Investor Sentiment Index, 69 per cent say they regretted not planning their investments better.
The SGX Academy is now offering nine new training modules for trading representatives. The education arm of SGX primarily serves the retail investor, but it has also been offering courses for professional traders since 2012.
OCBC says the current spike in gold prices is due to investors seeking "safe havens", amid the turmoil in global stock markets.
There are about 1.2 million millennials, making up about 22 per cent of Singapore's resident population. They are the largest generation in the workforce today, according to human resource firm Adecco.
TODAY reports: Office buildings in the city fringes may be increasingly left empty as tenants move into Grade A premises in the Central Business District amid weakening rents.
TODAY reports: Former SEC CEO Jose Raymond has joined Asia Pulp & Paper, which was allegedly linked to the Indonesian forest fires that caused the transboundary haze last year.
The department store operator incurred a deficit of S$3.14 million in 2014, as well as losses in the first three quarters of 2015.
The Malaysian ringgit reaches a six-month high of 2.9161 to the Singapore dollar on Friday, before closing at 2.9154 at the end of the trading day.
Business leaders are against the idea of imposing quotas on foreigners to ensure a Singapore core of professionals, managers and executives in certain industries, after MP Patrick Tay suggested a dependency ratio.