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What is COMPASS and what you should know?
As of September 1, 2023, there will be a new way to decide if foreign professionals can work in Singapore. Businesses need to start getting their applications ready. The Complementary Assessment Framework, or COMPASS, was introduced by Singapore’s Ministry of Finance in the 2022 Budget Statement. It is the most important change to the process […]
Meaningful Workplaces: CGS-CIMB’s Retention Strategy
Guest post by CGS-CIMB Securities (Singapore) Pte Ltd At CGS-CIMB, we are cognizant of the evolving labour landscape and the need for companies to adopt progressive human capital practices as part of their Employee Value Proposition. A successful talent retention strategy has many facets, of which we have enhanced a few in recognition of the […]
Capabilities required in Singapore HR Professionals to remain relevant and competitive on the Global Stage
We have been seeing recent focus on the hiring market in Singapore workers to be shifting towards capabilities and skills based generally across industries. At SHRI, we recently did a survey pertaining to the “Singaporean Core” agenda and have gathered interesting insights based on the survey findings to be able to share this article “Capabilities […]

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Cedric Chew

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Cedric is an experienced tri-sector leader with cross-domain success in set-up, operations, organizational development, change management/transformation, accelerated sustainable growth, and strategic hyper-collaborative partnership building. As a daring and imaginative first-mover aggregator, catalyst, and multiplier, he co-/leads multi-disciplinary teams within and across enterprises and ecosystems.

Cedric has spent nearly four decades helping the poor and growing individuals and organizations, notably through collaborative and transformative techniques. He has led in public, corporate, and non-profit sectors, including TOUCH Community Services, MINDS, The Salvation Army, and now SHRI.

Cedric led a government-supported national private-people partnership to help tens of thousands of migrant guest workers, homeless and vulnerable children, youth, women, and families during Singapore’s Bicentennial (2019) and Covid-19 epidemic. As chairman of the Migrant Workers Ministry Alliance (MWMA) and citizen initiator-founder of the award-winning Project Providence (President’s award 2020; NVPC), he mobilized the tri-sector for humanitarian disaster relief in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, China, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Malaysia.

Cedric is humbled by the good hearts and relentless efforts of many stakeholders, partners, and volunteers in his decades-long journey of socio-economic contribution. He’s married, has a daughter, and loves community, heritage, animals, and nature.



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