IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Singaporean government has provided updates on its points-based system for Employment Pass applications under the Complementarity Assessment Framework.
Additional Information: Singaporean authorities encourage employers to use the Workforce Insights tool on the myMOM Portal for benchmarking insights to help plan hiring decisions and workforce changes. More information regarding COMPASS and details on how each application will be evaluated is available here.
BAL Analysis: The Singaporean government has planned the upcoming changes to its work pass framework to attract more highly skilled foreign nationals to live and work in the country. BAL will continue to monitor the implementation of the changes to the framework and will provide more information as it becomes available.
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