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Flexible working options and employee wellbeing are top priorities for job seekers in Asia as they look to the new era of work, finds the new Uncovering the DNA of the Future Workplace in Asia report by leading recruitment experts Hays, which surveyed over 9,000 working professionals across Asia in February and again in September 2020.
A new report by leading recruitment experts Hays found that across Asia, Hong Kong SAR has a higher number of working professionals who think their hard skills and soft skills are sufficient to succeed and stay relevant in the next 3-5 years.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation continue to develop as a method of providing the best possible experience and service to customers. Recruiting experts Hays shares its advice on how it utilised the technology to improve its insights and ultimately provide a better and a more personalised service to customers.
TOP TEN TALENT TRENDS FOR HONG KONG SAR IN 2021 17 Dec 2020
Over the past twelve months, Hong Kong’s businesses have born witness to a period of uncertainty and upheaval. It is a state of affairs that is likely to endure into the coming year, says recruiting experts Hays, as part of the territory’s top 10 talent trends for 2021.
OPENNESS TO CHANGE AND DIGITALISATION OF PROCESSES WILL DEFINE HONG KONG SAR’S WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE SAYS NEW REPORT BY HAYS 26 Nov 2020
Ongoing instabilities in the last year have pushed more organisations in Hong Kong to digitalising their processes as a way to not only future-proof their organisations, but also conserve resources and weather the current storm. The impact of this uncertainty and is now visible in workforce sentiments, finds the new ‘Uncovering the DNA of the Future Workplace’ report by recruiting experts Hays.
The pandemic and resulting economic fallout has meant graduates are entering one of the toughest jobs markets in living memory. The CEO of recruiting experts Hays, recently offered his advice to young jobseekers on how they can boost their employability at this uncertain time.
COVID-19 has driven demand for digital and technology talent globally in 2020, beginning with candidates that could enable remote working, such as professionals with IT infrastructure and cloud-based skills, and moving into demand for data and cybersecurity skillsets.
NEARLY FOUR OUT OF TEN EMPLOYEES SAY THEIR MENTAL HEALTH HAS BEEN IMPACTED NEGATIVELY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC 19 Oct 2020
Nearly four out of ten professionals have said their mental health and wellbeing has been impacted negatively during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a recent global survey by recruiting experts Hays.
While the demand legal & compliance roles this year has been slower than years past, hiring has remained stable for the last six months.