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Cathay cabin crew opt for extending retirement age

Cathay is poised to lengthen its retirement age from 55 to 60 in the coming years, as a proposal won ...
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EY employees encouraged to build future-focused skills

EY has announced that it will introduce a new programme that will enable its 250,000 people in over 150 countries ...
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International commuters benefit from greater future prospects

New research from AXA reveals 98% of big businesses surveyed say a globally mobile workforce is important, with a third ...
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Tackling modern slavery head-on

The hidden, hugely profitable crime of modern slavery will be tackled head-on with practical, regional solutions driven by business and ...
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Singapore calls for increased commitment of employers towards duty of care

The International SOS Foundation, supported by the Ministry of Manpower Singapore, has called for world leaders to add their e-signature ...
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80% of companies not paying salespeople the right commission

WorldatWork has said that 80% of companies are paying salespeople inaccurate commission rates. The 2017 Sales Compensation Administration Best Practices survey by Xactly ...
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Hong Kong’s best employers

Organisations looking to lower attrition rates and increase retention levels might look to look at five particular Hong Kong companies ...
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DLA Piper extends parental leave in Hong Kong

International law firm DLA Piper has announced that it has extended its maternity leave to 18 weeks and doubled paternity ...
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HKU begins formal collaboration with Cyberport to drive entrepreneurship

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony between the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and Hong Kong Cyberport (Cyberport) was held recently to set ...
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