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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

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.  

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.

HYBRID WORKING MODEL PRESENTS MANY CHALLENGES FOR HR TEAMS IN HONG KONG 09 Jul 2020

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.

WHAT LESSONS CAN LEADERS LEARN FROM THE COVID-19 CRISIS? 03 Jun 2020

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.

6 simple ways to look after your wellbeing at home 05 May 2020

More businesses in Hong Kong are working remotely than ever before in an effort to combat the Covid-19 crisis. But while employees may now be well acquainted with working from home, this way of working can also present challenges that are difficult to spot at times – such as feelings of isolation and loneliness.

5 ways to maintain your workplace culture remotely 29 Apr 2020

The current world of work in Hong Kong is operating more remotely than it ever has before. While this is crucial to maintaining the health and safety of employees, remote working can also create obstacles that employers find challenging, says recruiting experts Hays.

Championing virtual hiring: 5 tips for successfully conducting video interviews in Hong Kong 16 Apr 2020

Uncertainty in the current world of work is posing a challenge to established hiring practices, particularly when it comes to interviewing potential candidates for a new role. Virtual recruitment methods like video interviews are invaluable in overcoming the challenges of remote hiring, while having the additional benefits of saving companies time and creating more efficient processes.

Hays Ranked One of the 2020 Best Workplaces in Asia by Great Place to Work® 08 Apr 2020

Great Place to Work®, the global authority on workplace culture, ranked Hays as number #4 on the 2020 Best Workplaces in Asia list under the category of ‘Best Multinational Workplaces in Asia’. More than 2.2 million employees participated in the survey studies that covered eight 8 Asia-regions and countries where Great Place to Work is represented.

Hong Kong sees rising uncertainty in job and skills security 19 Mar 2020

Despite having the highest salary satisfaction rates in the region, jobseekers in Hong Kong are becoming increasingly uncertain about job security and the future relevancy of their skills, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays.

Hong Kong reports highest salary satisfaction in Asia for third year 14 Mar 2020

In a continuing trend, employees in Hong Kong remain the most satisfied with their current compensation packages in the region, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays. However, this may see a slight change in 2020 as employers expect moderately lower raises when compared to employee expectations for the same.

Hong Kong reports highest salary satisfaction in Asia for third year 14 Mar 2020

In a continuing trend, employees in Hong Kong remain the most satisfied with their current compensation packages in the region, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays. However, this may see a slight change in 2020 as employers expect moderately lower raises when compared to employee expectations for the same.

Hong Kong's rapid digitalisation spurs skills uncertainty in 2020 13 Mar 2020

While 2019 began as a promising year for recruitment in Asia, the ripple effect of a slowing global economy has seeded uncertainty within the region. This has contributed to a more conservative outlook for hiring and compensation in 2020, finds the latest Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays. In Hong Kong, employees remain satisfied with their compensation but are growing increasingly uncertain about the relevancy of their skills as the region continues to digitalise.

Coding can future proof careers 06 Mar 2020

As the rate of technological change advances, it’s becoming increasingly important for professionals to learn coding to future proof their careers and plug existing skills gaps, says recruiting experts Hays.

Professionals want praise not perks 04 Mar 2020

Would you rather your boss praised your successes or offered you unwanted perks? According to recruiting experts Hays, most employees prefer the former, which is why organisations could forgo headline-grabbing perks in favour of a simple ‘thank you’ and recognition for a job well done.

How to get a job in 2020: upskilling and soft skills are key, says Hays 04 Mar 2020

Marked by continued digital innovation, business transformation and a slowing global economy, 2020 is lining up to be a year that will be as full of challenges as it will opportunities. One of the major effects of these market conditions in Asia will be slower and more cost-effective hiring processes across industries and functions – meaning that it has become more important than ever for candidates to be able to ‘prove their worth’ as the right fit for a role.

Majority of leaders across Asia considered biased in their hiring process, Hays diversity & Inclusion Report finds 03 Mar 2020

Organisations across Asia have been ramping up their efforts to mitigate bias in their recruitment selection process in the last year. However, the latest Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) report by leading recruitment experts Hays revealed that most employees across Asia still believe business leaders carry a bias towards hiring people who look, think or act like them.

Hong Kong's disrupted supply chain labour market sees rise in contract/temporary roles 03 Mar 2020

Caught in the tariff crossfire between Washington and Beijing, Hong Kong is seeing an economic slowdown that has positioned cost-efficiency as a top priority for the region’s supply chain industry. For the labour market, this means slower recruitment activity, a rising preference for hiring contract and temporary workers over permanent staff, and a demand for planning and procurement functions alongside technical knowledge.

Majority of Hong Kong employers keen on hiring overseas returnees, citing 'language and communication skills' a key advantage 03 Mar 2020

The majority of employers across Asia capture the workforce diversity data of those they select and hire, and the majority of employees across Asia believe that the usage of workforce feedback for understanding demographic engagement is a positive thing. However, only half of them are confident that such data is being effectively used to inform their candidate attraction strategy, reveals the latest Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) report by leading recruitment experts Hays.

Wage stagnation and structural changes in the labour market underpin skills mismatch 03 Mar 2020

Recent years have seen a widespread drop in global unemployment rates but what continues to puzzle economists has been the subsequent failure of wage inflation to follow suit. This has created an unusual phenomenon of wage stagnation across global markets, according to the eighth edition of the Hays Global Skills Index (‘the Index’), a report published today by recruitment experts Hays in collaboration with Oxford Economics.

Temporary and contract workers becoming more permanent solutions in Hong Kong 03 Mar 2020

With the local economy growing and business activity increasing, Hong Kong’s employers are looking to the temporary and contracting market to make up for shortfalls in skillsets found in the permanent recruitment market, according to recruiting experts Hays. This is one of the key findings in the Hays Asia Salary Guide 2019, a report that highlights salary and recruiting trends based on responses from Hays Asia operating markets Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Hong Kong’s employers less confident in recruiting essential talents in 2019 03 Mar 2020

Employers throughout Hong Kong have raised concerns over their ability to find candidates with the skills they require to ensure further development in 2019, according to recruiting experts Hays. This is one of the key findings in the Hays Asia Salary Guide 2019, a report that highlights salary and recruiting trends based on responses from Hays Asia operating markets Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Hays Asia Salary Guide reveals moderate salary increases for Hong Kong in 2019 03 Mar 2020

Salaries for professionals in a wide range of industries are likely to face downward pressure through 2019, as companies predict conservative increases in the year ahead. This is one of the key findings in the Hays Asia Salary Guide 2019, a report that highlights salary and recruiting trends based on responses from Hays Asia operating markets Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore.

What are Hong Kong’s Top Ten Talent trends for 2019? 03 Mar 2020

Hong Kong’s talent trends in 2019 mostly slant in favour of technical specialists in data and finance, with candidates in these areas set to remain in short supply. This is just one of the top 10 talent trends for 2019, according to recruiting experts Hays.

The benefits of global mobility 03 Mar 2020

The international mobility of workers continues to increase, as both businesses and employees realise the benefits that international experience can provide, according to recruiting experts Hays.

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