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Top ten in-demand tech jobs in 2023 27 Dec 2022

Hays, the global leader in workforce solutions and specialist recruitment, has analysed recent hiring trends data to reveal the most in-demand tech jobs for 2023, as the war for talent continues.

The retention recipe to combat Asia’s tech talent war 02 Nov 2022

The pandemic has sparked a large-scale digitalisation in nearly every industry, resulting in a surge in job volume in the technology sector in Asia, which has traditionally been skill short. As technological advances and digitalisation trends set to accelerate, business leaders have reflected growing concerns about the ability to find the skilled talent to fill technology roles.


Hays, the world’s leading provider of workforce solutions and specialist recruitment, has recently published the Future of Technology Report 2022 spotlighting the technology industry in Asia. The report comprises 394 technology professionals and leaders responses across China, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore, highlighting their sentiments and approaches to business future-proofing, upskilling, and purpose finding.  

Employees could be key to tackling sustainability challenges 21 Oct 2022

Sustainability is increasingly a priority for organisations, as they consider the impact they have on the environment, the impact of climate-related risks on their activities and their responsibility to act. While there are challenges to becoming a sustainable business, employees could be the solution to addressing them, says Hays, the world leading specialist in workforce solutions and recruitment. 

Understand tech talent to design winning employee experience 21 Oct 2022

Asia’s technology industry has seen challenges recently, between new attitudes to work, gradually worsening market conditions, and a growing precariousness of tech jobs. To keep morale high, employee engagement strategies tailored to tech talent are key, says world leading specialist in workforce solutions and recruitment, Hays.

Disconnect in the importance of learning between employers and employees 21 Sep 2022

Hays, the world’s specialist leader in workforce solutions and recruitment, has revealed that while most organisations are worried about skill shortages, only half of workers believe the learning resources provided by their employers meet their requirements to allow them to upskill within their role in a constantly evolving world of work. This contrasts with 60% of employers who believe the resources they offer meet the needs of their workers. 

Professionals must ask the right questions to assess organisations 16 Aug 2022

Skill shortages have led to high levels of demand across several sectors, meaning skilled professionals have greater choice of opportunities and must ask the right interview questions when deciding if an organisation is the right fit for them, says Hays - the global leader in workforce solutions and specialist recruitment.

Hays first Greater China Technology Salary Guide reveals latest talent trends in technology industry 15 Jun 2022

Hays Plc, a leading global professional recruiting group is pleased to announce the launch of the 2022 Hays Salary Guide for the Technology industry in Greater China (“the Guide”) today. Being the first of its kind, the Guide is a supplement to the Hays Asia Salary guide and reveals prominent technology industry trends and findings based on an in-depth survey of over 1,000 workers in the technology industry in Mainland China and Hong Kong SAR.


Workers in Hong Kong SAR can expect an increase in salaries in 2022, finds the 2022 Hays Asia Salary Guide. The guide compiles salary and sector overviews based on real data and a survey of skilled professionals across China, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore. Over 9,500 responses were collected between October to November 2021.  

43% of professionals in Asia still believe diversity to be a barrier to career progression at their organisations 11 Mar 2022

Recruiting experts Hays conducted a survey of nearly 1000 people in Asia to find out if diversity policies have an impact on career progression. 43% said it was a barrier at their organisation while 57% said it was not. Further homing in on survey responses in Hong Kong SAR found that 53% of respondents believed diversity was a barrier to career progression at their organisations – the highest in Asia.    

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