HR & EDUCATION | Staff Reporter, Hong Kong

Hong Kong has the second most diverse workforce in Asia with 12% foreign employees

Singapore is ranked as the most diverse.

According to Hays, Hong Kong has the second most diverse workforce in the region with 12 per cent foreign employees. This figure has decreased from 6 per cent last year however. Singapore’s workforce is the most culturally diverse in the region with foreign employees comprising 21 per cent. This however is a 7 per cent decrease from last year.

China is bottom with 6 per cent, Japan is next at 9 per cent, and finally 11 per cent in Malaysia.

Hong Kong has improved its gender diversity performance with 33 per cent of management roles held by women compared to 28 per cent reported last year. Women hold 35 per cent of management roles in both Malaysia and China with 31 per cent in Singapore. Japan still trails behind with only 22 per cent of its management roles held by women.

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