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Yesterday, Singapore’s Minister of State for Manpower Zaqy Mohamad presented Human Capital Partnership (HCP) certificates to 15 new HCPartners, bringing the total number of HCPartners to more than 550.
Of these new HCPartners, about 60% are small and medium enterprises (SMEs), a nod towards the increased importance of human capital development among SMEs in Singapore.
The 15 new HCPartners are as follows:
- A Tact Security Services & Management
- Bein Sports Asia
- BSH Home Appliances
- Changi Airport Fuel Hydrant Installation
- Cityneon Creations
- Horsburgh Integrated Services
- KH Security Agency
- KOEI TECMO Singapore
- Marina Mandarin Singapore
- Orchid Country Club
- Primepartners Corporate Finance
- Schindler Lifts (Singapore)
- Singapore Cruise Centre
- Sompo Insurance Singapore
- YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road
What is the HCP programme?
Launched in February 2017, the HCP programme is a tripartite initiative that brings together a community of employers who are committed to grow their businesses and stay competitive by having progressive employment practices, and developing their human capital.
These HCPartners receive the HCP Mark – a symbol that identifies HCPartners as exemplary employers and visually represents a company’s relationship within the HCP community. Previous inclusions into the HCP programme include Charles & Keith Group, DBS Bank, The Walt Disney Company (Southeast Asia), and more.
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