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What are the most attractive companies to Hong Kong employees?

Three new companies made it to the list. 

Employees in Hong Kong no longer find working for commercial companies such as Credit Suisse, Bloomberg, and New World Development, Randstad’s “Top 20 Most Attractive Companies to Work for in Hong Kong SAR” list revealed.

Companies which made it to the list are Bank of America Merrill Lynch,  Disneyland, Goldman Sachs, HK Electric, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, IBM, J.P. Morgan, Kering, LVMH, Morgan Stanley, Richemont, Sun Hung Kai Properties, Swire Coca-cola, and The Hong Kong and China Gas Company (Towngas).

Last year’s top three most attractive companies to work for Swire Properties, Hong Kong Jockey Club, and CLP Power Hong Kong Limited made it anew in the list.

This year’s list also saw three new companies, namely, Hong Kong Exchange, HSBC, and Telstra International.
 

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