- Develop customised job redesign solutions based on your company's needs
- Receive up to 70% funding for consultancy services, capped at $30,000
- Choose to receive consultancy support from 16 pre-approved job redesign consultants
What is it?
The Support for Job Redesign under Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG-JR) encourages enterprises to work with pre-approved Job Redesign (JR) consultants to redesign work processes, tasks and responsibilities. Through supporting workforce and business transformation, JR can help make jobs more productive and attractive for workers, and benefit enterprises by allowing them to hire and retain good workers here in Singapore.
The Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) has been appointed by Workforce Singapore (WSG) as the Programme Manager to administer PSG-JR, and a panel of pre-approved JR consultants has been appointed. The pre-approved JR consultants will assist enterprises in the following:
Scope and develop proposals for PSG-JR; and
Implement the PSG-JR project and ensure that the committed deliverables for the project are met.
Interested enterprises may refer to GoBusiness Gov Assist for the list of pre-approved JR consultants as well as engage them for PSG-JR proposals and quotations.
For more information, download the Factsheet, Infographic and FAQs. Enterprises that are interested to find out more about PSG-JR can visit https://snef.org.sg/incentives/psgjr or click here for assistance.
Subsidies and Funding
Eligible enterprises will receive up to 70% funding for consultancy services, capped at $30,000 per enterprise. Funding is on a reimbursement basis upon completion of the PSG-JR project. You will have up to one year to complete the project.
On top of the above funding support, you can also tap on the SkillsFuture Enterprise Credit (SFEC) to defray out-of-pocket (OOP) expenses. Eligible enterprises will receive a one-off $10,000 credit to cover up to 90% of OOP expenses.
Business transformation through job redesign – IT Security
Job redesign - the restructuring of work tasks and responsibilities to optimise processes and workforce allocation – helped companies address critical business needs. This helped drive business transformation, benefitting employees in the process.
Job redesign created a win-win scenario – companies were able to respond to new business needs and workers were able to upskill and stay relevant.
Watch the video to find out how.