HR & Education

Majority of workers eyes new job in 2022: Hays

About 76% have expressed their intentions to look for a new job. 
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Majority of workers eyes new job in 2022: Hays

About 76% have expressed their intentions to look for a new job. 
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Gov’t urges employers to implement flexible working arrangements

This includes being more lenient in granting leaves for parents of school children.
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HK companies expect a 1.7% salary hike in 2022: survey

Employees with digital transformation-related jobs are most likely to benefit.

Better never stops: How Phaidon International went above and beyond for its employees

The company won the Employee Engagement of the Year - Executive Search award at the HKB Management Excellence Awards 2021.

97% of ICT professionals wish to switch specialisations

About 24% of them are eyeing to specialise in AI, automation, and robotics.

52% of employee leaders believe I&D related issues are underreported 

Underreporting was most pertinent in HK, compared with the US, UK, SG, and AUS.

HK’s unemployment rate dips 4.3% in August-October

The decrease in unemployment was observed in most major economic sectors.

HK businesses expected to increase spending for mental health support by 17%

Bupa Global said the larger budget is set to pay for mental health sick days among others.

4 in 10 employees inclined to contribute to sustainability agenda

But 68% of them said their companies do not involve them in green initiatives.

Grab a job: Labor dept to fill over 3,400 vacancies in 2-day fair

Jobs with a monthly salary ranging from $12,000 to $22,000 are up for grabs.

HR Briefing: How the Greater Bay Area can attract more talents

Around 36% of accounting and finance professionals predict talent shortage.

EY partner identifies challenges that businesses face this year and post-pandemic

Jacky Lai underscores quality audits as key to help clients better understand business processes and inspire confidence in capital markets.

What do Hong Kong employees want from their organisations?

60% of Hong Kong employees cited “work-life balance" as top EVP factor, according to Randstad.

Hong Kong opens borders to Indonesian, Filipino workers

But, only if they have been fully vaccinated.

HR Briefing: How firms can brace for the hybrid work

Nearly half of workers still prefer to stay at home whilst governments roll out their respective vaccine programs.

Nearly 80% of Hong Kong execs experience mental health issues: survey

Top execs plan to increase spending for medical insurance in the next 12 months.