BUSINESS: Construction Sector COVID Relief Extended to December 2021

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BUSINESS: By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher

Singapore — (SBWIRE) — 10/13/2021 — COVID support for the construction sector in Singapore was due to come to an end on Sept 30th this year. However, with an extension in place until 31st December the sector looks set to be insulated against the ongoing impact of the pandemic at least until the end of the year. Lost construction jobs, an increase in the cost of foreign manpower and obstacles to contract performance as a result of COVID-19 are just some issues that have arisen since the start of the pandemic. The government has provided relief that allowed the construction industry in Singapore to survive and also helped it to consider how it can thrive in a COVID-resilient future. This includes rethinking embedded approaches to risk management and dispute resolution, as well as contract negotiation. For example, switching to a more equitable risk allocation in contracts, and reconsidering industry’s reliance on standard-form contracts.

LVI Associates provided crucial support to those working in construction jobs during the pandemic. They worked with talented individuals who wanted to make career-defining steps as well as an array of organisations from international companies to forward-thinking start ups. LVI Associates has extensive experience in many key areas, including hiring for building services and construction jobs. Businesses can choose from a variety of contract, permanent and multi-hire options to help them find new ways forward. This allows them to hire for growth and resilience, regardless of economic conditions. The firm has extensive knowledge of the construction industry in Singapore and throughout the Asia Pacific region. It also has a network of connections with key businesses and a database that includes more than a million senior professionals. This makes it well-equipped to assist clients with effective hiring.

LVI Associates’ success in the region is due to its focus on developing internal talent. LVI Associates invests heavily in its staff, making sure that they have the best recruitment technology and strategies available to them. LVI Associates can also bring an international dimension to its reach. The firm is a well-established presence in the region and also part of a global workforce that numbers 1,000+. As part of the Phaidon International group which has 6 countries, it is the preferred recruitment partner to hundreds of internationally-respected companies. LVI Associates offers a wide range of opportunities for talented individuals looking to advance in construction jobs. LVI Associates currently has many roles, including senior I&C engineer, operations engineer pumps service manager, segment sales manager [Building Services], and technical chemical sales manager.

“Like many other sectors, 2020 was a significant moment in the history of recruitment. Andrew McNeilis (Managing Director of LVI Associates) commented that although we were faced with uncertainty, our dedication to our clients has been unwavering. “As we reflect upon the challenges of virtually securing talent and retaining it, we are inspired by LVI Associates’ team, who have shown a remarkable ability for adapting and continuing to help our clients secure top talent globally. “

To find out more information about construction jobs across Asia Pacific visit https://www.lviassociates.sg

For any media enquiries please contact Gary Elliott at Iconic Digital – 020 7100 0726.

For all other enquiries please contact LVI Associates Singapore: +65 3165 1400.

For more information about LVI Associates Singapore services, please go to https://www.lviassociates.sg

About LVI Associates Singapore

LVI Associates Singapore is the premier specialist agency in the recruitment sector for infrastructure. The firm has reimagined recruitment in this dynamic and innovative sector, bringing together key companies and the best talent to continue driving the sector forward.

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