HR & Education

21 Oct 20
Outlook remains bleak for the labour market as the global pandemic rages on.
16 Oct 20
The ongoing pandemic has highlighted the importance of employee wellbeing.
25 Sep 20
Only 27% considered mental health support from employers as adequate.
24 Sep 20
Salary hikes will be few and far, but it’s not all doom and gloom as companies transition to the new normal.
21 Sep 20
F&B unemployment rate remained high at 14.4% during this period.
21 Sep 20
F&B unemployment rate remained high at 14.4% during this period.
10 Sep 20
The COVID-19 pandemic and continuing social unrest sparked by pro-democracy protests have converged to deal a dramatic blow to Hong Kong’s...
20 Aug 20
It eased in the information and communication, professional and business services sector.
24 Jul 20
Underemployment rate similarly inched up to 3.7%.
15 Jul 20
Enterprises have been forced to reduce wage expenses to maintain financial health.
15 Jul 20
City officials have detected 40 local cases on 14 July.
12 Jul 20
Staggered return and split teams may not be enough to squash their employees’ concerns.
8 Jul 20
This batch will receive an average wage subsidy of about $460,000.
6 Jul 20
Almost half believe that their employers will re-skill and find them another position.
30 Jun 20
Employers received a total of $6.5b to get through from June to August.
30 Jun 20
Only 39% of the companies reported a decline in wage rates.
24 Jun 20
Total number of vacancies saw a shortfall of 4,960 compared to the same time previous year.
23 Jun 20
In today’s business environment, many companies are adopting to the ‘new normal’ of remote operations to minimise disruption.
18 Jun 20
The retail, accommodation, and food services sector hit its highest jobless rate since SARS.
15 Jun 20
As pay gets more conservative, some would rather take matters into their own hands.
8 Jun 20
It offers 300 roles for students graduating in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree.
7 Jun 20
Many universities have closed their campuses amidst the double whammy of protests and COVID-19.
29 May 20
The ceremony gathered 78 incubation and 30 pre-incubation STEP start-up graduates.
26 May 20
This is despite 86% of employees concerned about job security.
20 May 20
Around three quarters of job seekers are considering a career change.
20 May 20
Working from home arrangement found by most employees as flexible.
21 Apr 20
Food and beverage suffered the most with an 8.6% increase in unemployment rate.
21 Apr 20
Jobs lost to COVID-19 could be slow to win back.
6 Apr 20
Research shows working from home was part of the employee experience before the pandemic hit.
18 Mar 20
It was dragged down by the construction, retail, accommodation and food services sectors.
9 Mar 20
In contrast, the hype around virtual banks and fintech adoption may counter the worsening unemployment.
4 Mar 20
The very fabric of how the world usually works is being put to the test.
24 Feb 20
Age does matter, but older workers are not always at a disadvantage when it comes to finding jobs.
19 Feb 20
Unemployment in the construction sector has hit a six-year high.
18 Feb 20
Only 48% of employees expect employers to do better this year.
28 Jan 20
Global banks are stepping up their measures amidst the coronavirus scare.
22 Jan 20
The startup offers eight programmes, which include courses on 3D transformation and apparel costing.
9 Jan 20
People in Hong Kong are taking the future of work into their own hands.
8 Jan 20
The platform uses a neural network in scanning CVs.
20 Dec 19
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