HR & Education

Parents' financial influence strong amongst Hong Kong adults

Nearly half of them (46%) are attempting to counteract their parents' bad habits.
4 days ago

Parents' financial influence strong amongst Hong Kong adults

Nearly half of them (46%) are attempting to counteract their parents' bad habits.
4 days ago

Bonuses surge for Hong Kong financial professionals

Managing directors in Hong Kong received an average bonus of $3.5m  in 2023.
6 days ago

HK Express launches cabin crew recruitment drive

The recruitment drives in April will take place in Hong Kong, Mainland, and Malaysia.

MBA programmes in Hong Kong live up to financial hub status

MBA providers hop on experiential learning and progressive curriculums to ensure competitive edge in the rapidly evolving business landscape.

2 in 5 workers concerned over AI use in admin work: survey

Demand for AI remains high with employers in 2024.

MPF satisfaction index rises to 56.6 in December 2023

Members who are knowledgeable of MPF risks and returns recorded a higher satisfaction score.

Search for talent remains challenging for C-level execs: Survey

Access to diverse talent pools proves significant to business demands.

80% of Hong Kong workers prefer hybrid or remote setups

40% of Hong Kong employees would skip a pay raise for flexibility.

4 in 10 employees willing to trade pay raises for flexibility: survey

55% favoured a weekly working pattern of three to four days in the office.

More Hong Kong startups are seeking Southeast Asian talent: report

Cross-border job postings from Hong Kong and the Mainland increased four-fold in 1H23.

Gov’t to expand the scope of mentorship programme

The programme will now cover 4,000 mentees.

Budget 2024-25: Gov’t cuts salaries and profits taxes

The government will reduce salaries tax for the 2023-24 tax year by 100%, subject to a ceiling of $3,000.

Multinational companies offer more flexible work options 

Only four in 10 MNCs have a five-day in-office work. 

Supply chain, procurement firms to create more hybrid jobs

This will be led by e-cigarette and power tool firms.

Majority of construction, and engineering talents eye switching jobs

Talents expect 10% to 20% salary growth in new employers.