The HR Tech Transformation Programme (HRTTP) aims to support enterprises in implementing HR technology through HR process re-engineering, redesigning of impacted HR job(s) and managing HR job transitions arising from the HR technology adoption.
With strengthened processes and job redesign, HR professionals could spend more time on strategic HR to meet the organisation’s business objectives. HR technology could also enable a positive employee experience through online delivery of HR services at their fingertips.
How it works
Under the programme, the JR consultant for HRTTP will support the enterprises on job redesign and deliver the following programme outcomes, i.e.:
a. Increase job value and attractiveness through job enrichment or enlargement
b. Review work processes to streamline administrative or transactional tasks and improve productivity
c. Implement HR technology solution
There are four phases in the HRTTP. Upon receiving project approval (Phase A), enterprises will complete Phase B and C with support from Job Redesign consultants for the various job redesign services and HR technology implementation. At Phase D, enterprises will submit a project report that is required for funding claims.
Details of components in Phase B:
a. Human Capital Diagnostic Tool (HCDT) – Diagnose HR gaps and identify priority areas for improvement
b. Consultancy for Human Capital Development (HCD) – Enable HR professionals with the skills required to redesign jobs and manage change
c. Tech Demonstration Workshop – Help enterprises understand the advantages of adopting HR technology solutions for different HR functions and select relevant HR technology solutions
d. Consultancy for HR Tech – Recommend HR technology solutions to streamline or automate transactional and administrative HR tasks for improved productivity and delivery of employee experience
e. Consultancy for HR Process Re-engineering – Redesign HR processes with HR Experts to embed HR technology solutions
f. Consultancy for HR Job Redesign – Recommend how impacted HR job roles can be enriched or enlarged to enable business objectives
The programme does not fund procurement of technology solutions. Enterprises can consider tapping on the SMEs Go Digital programme concurrently to support the costs of equipment/IT solutions.
All participating enterprises must fulfil the following criteria:
• Registered or incorporated and operating in Singapore; and
• Must have at least three local employees at the point of application
In addition to the criteria above, at the point of application, the applicant must not have:
• Made any payment to a pre-approved JR consultant or third party in relation to the engagement of JR-related consultancy service,
• Signed or confirmed any contract or purchase order with a pre-approved JR consultant or third party in relation to the engagement of JR-related consultancy service
• All applications will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
 Local employees can be Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents. For enterprises related to the same parent enterprise, these affiliates will have to prove that their employees are not double counted in the enterprises applying for PSG-JR.
Eligible enterprises will receive the following for approved projects:
• Up to 70% funding for consultancy services, capped at $30,000 per enterprise. Participating enterprises have up to one year to complete their job redesign project.
On top of the above funding support for PSG-JR, enterprises 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 per firm to cover up to 90% of OOP expenses.
More details can be found on https://www.enterprisesg.gov.sg/financial-assistance/grants/for-local-companies/skillsfuture-enterprise-credit
Enterprises interest in the HRTTP may contact Ms Ong Jie Min of SNEF at email@example.com.