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Customer centricity, strong partnerships and innovation key to overcoming workforce challenges 21 Jul 2022
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.
Despite the continued challenges from the pandemic, employers in Hong Kong SAR are more upbeat about business activity in 2022 and plan to hire more.
43% of professionals in Asia still believe diversity to be a barrier to career progression at their organisations 11 Mar 2022
Hong Kong SAR’s Life Sciences Industry is Facing the Future with Innovation and Technological Confidence 05 Jan 2022
PROFESSIONALS NEED TO UPSKILL TO SUCCEED IN 2022 05 Jan 2022
Throughout the pandemic, the disruptions to the world of work have given people time and space to really reflect on their personal and professional lives and how to draw the balance between both, making them more selective about roles and companies they choose to join.
BY SETTING SUSTAINABILITY GOALS BUSINESSES ARE BETTER POSITIONED TO ATTRACT AND RETAIN KEY TALENT 17 May 2021
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), which assesses the sustainability and societal impact of businesses, has gathered significant momentum in recent years. However, the COVID-19 pandemic forced many businesses into survival mode and in some cases sustainability efforts slipped down priority lists. As the world begins to recover from the global pandemic, businesses must again move substantiality back near the top of their agenda.
HARD TIMES AND HOPE WITH ASIA GEARING UP FOR AN UNCERTAIN YEAR AS REVEALED IN THE NEW HAYS ASIA 2021 SALARY GUIDE 02 Mar 2021
2020 opened amidst concerns centring on a constricting global economy, trade enmity, and a general ‘slobalisation’ as countries worldwide turned towards more protectionist practices. However, the pandemic upset all predictions, bringing with it a new set of challenges for companies and their employees to face. But as 2021 begins, though uncertainty remains, according to the 2021 Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays, there is an underlying hope for the year ahead.
OPENNESS TO CHANGE AND DIGITALISATION OF PROCESSES WILL DEFINE HONG KONG SAR’S WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE SAYS NEW REPORT BY HAYS 01 Feb 2021
HONG KONG SAR’S PROFESSIONALS SEEK A FLEXIBLE WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE THAT VALUES EMPLOYEE WELLBEING SAYS NEW REPORT BY HAYS 19 Jan 2021
TOP TEN TALENT TRENDS FOR HONG KONG SAR IN 2021 17 Dec 2020
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.
As COVID-19 continues to impact the way people live and work around the world, not only businesses but individuals themselves are undergoing a transformation, says recruiting experts Hays.
While organisations in Hong Kong continue to brave against the hurdles presented by COVID-19, successful containment efforts have resulted in most businesses operating at full capacity.
TEN WAYS EMPLOYERS IN HONG KONG SAR CAN COMMUNICATE THEIR BRAND WHEN INTERVIEWING REMOTELY 21 Jul 2020
The ongoing remote working revolution is not only changing the way organisations function, but also the way they hire. Many organisations in Hong Kong are now interviewing remotely, which has led to faster and more efficient hiring processes.
The COVID-19 crisis has ushered in a new era in the world of work that is impacting both jobseekers and hiring organisations.
The events of 2020 have directly impacted the permanent hiring market in Hong Kong as businesses revaluate their financial resources and focus on curbing their spend.
While most organisations in Hong Kong have returned to work, continued disruptions and the ongoing pandemic has led to a sustained need and demand for remote working options amongst staff. To effectively manage this while maintaining productivity, many organisations are now adopting hybrid working models – where the workforce is split between those in the office and those working remotely.
3 WAYS ORGANISATIONS IN HONG KONG SAR CAN LEVERAGE THE POWER OF PEOPLE DURING TIMES OF CRISIS 24 Jun 2020
Strategy and management are essential to leading a company through crisis; but at the heart of any organisation is its people, and organisations around the world have been celebrating the pivotal role that employees have played in tiding their company through unprecedented challenges.
The global COVID-19 crisis has already transformed the world of work, with much of its impact still unfolding. As the situation continues to develop and the road to recovery is expected to be a long one, business leaders and professionals must adapt and be agile to the challenges that are presented to them on a daily basis, with valuable lessons to be learned along the way.
HAYS CEO PROVIDES BUSINESS LEADERS WITH ADVICE ON HOW TO MANAGE AND INSPIRE THEIR WORKFORCE DURING TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY 28 May 2020
Keeping the workforce productive and engaged so an organisation emerges from the current crisis in the best possible position is a key priority for business leaders today. According to Hays CEO Alistair Cox, who recently shared his advice on the topic, there are eight key steps employers can take to guide staff through the current period of uncertainty and establish new, productive ways of working to deliver value to their customers.
While Hong Kong’s response to the COVID-19 crisis has been applauded around the world, increased flexible working and lingering uncertainty has led to staff who can work from home to continue to do so.