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1 September 2016 Posted by achieve-admin

Our candidate Mr. Goh highlighted by PM Lee Hsien Loong!

Mr. Goh Yew Cheong Desmond, a candidate of Achieve Group, has been mentioned by PM Lee Hsien Loong on National Day Rally Speech 2016 on 21 August 2016! Mr. Goh had been working with a construction company but he was retrenched due to the business downturn. To support his family, Mr. Goh took up the […]

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17 August 2016 Posted by achieve-admin

Achieve group signs hybrid RPO with NYSE listed medical device company to hire more than 600 Singaporean

Singapore – ACHIEVE CAREER CONSULTANT PTE LTD have signed a hybrid Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) agreement with a global listed medical device company that aims to hire more than 600 Singaporean for a variety of roles ranging from blue collar staff to PMETs – Professionals, Managers, Executives and Technicians. This strategic partnership allows Singaporean to […]

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4 August 2016 Posted by achieve-admin

Life Sciences & Chemical Recruitment Division

Achieve Group is reinforcing its strategically important Life Sciences and Chemical Division. With numerous natural advantages, a proactive government and a business-friendly regulatory framework, Singapore has established itself as a global hub in these fast-growing fields. Since the 1970s, the Chemical and Petrochemical sector has received billions of foreign investments, making Jurong Island a cluster […]

30 October 2014 Posted by achieve-admin

Why Job Competition From Foreigners Is Good For Singapore

It is no secret that many Singaporeans have been complaining about the phenomenon of foreign Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs) taking away their job opportunities in the local employment scene. After months of debate and taking into consideration feedback from the ‘Our SG Conversation’ national dialogue sessions, the government rolled out the Fair Consideration Framework […]

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20 April 2014 Posted by achieve-admin

Uproar Over Singapore Recruitment Advertisement

By now, most of us in Singapore’s recruitment industry would have heard about the recent case of a foreign firm in Singapore that explicitly stated in its job advertisement a preference for hiring individuals of a particular nationality. This case caused much furore in Singapore’s recruitment landscape so much so that the authorities stepped in […]

3 January 2014 Posted by achieve-admin

Vendors Of The Year 2013

The Achieve Group was once again voted amongst Singapore’s top human resource firms in the annual Vendors of the Year 2013 award by Human Resources magazine. These are Achieve Group’s rankings in the following categories: Here are some excerpts from the article based on an interview with Achieve Group CEO, Joshua Yim: #9 in ‘Preferred […]

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11 November 2013 Posted by achieve-admin

Gearing Up For New Challenges In 2014 – Recruitment Agency Perspective

With the new year around the corner, companies are planning for the year ahead. Here’s Achieve CEO Joshua Yim’s assessment of the business climate in 2014 and what he expects to be the top business challenges, as quoted in this article in The Business Times: “Taking a macro view of major economic trends, it is […]

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16 October 2013 Posted by achieve-admin

Fair Consideration Framework: A Win-Win For Job Candidates & Employers

The new Fair Consideration Framework has evolved based on feedback from the ‘Our SG Conversation’ national dialogue sessions with the Singapore population comprising working adults and the PME group in question. Many Singaporeans felt that they had not been considered fairly for some of these PME jobs and were losing out to competition from foreign […]

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27 September 2013 Posted by achieve-admin

Job Consultants Vs Other Sales Professions

If you’re looking for a career in sales, being a Job Consultant is a far better choice than working as a property agent, car salesman or financial planner, says Joshua Yim, CEO of Achieve Group. There are many sales jobs out there for those who are ‘hungry’, desiring to earn massive amounts of money in […]

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