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Global growth buoys Hong Kong job market 2018

Hong Kong job growth in 2018 driven by growing global economy

Hong Kong’s strong 2017 job growth is expected to continue into 2018, driven by a boost in worldwide economic growth ...
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HKBN workers receive stronger benefits package

Health and safety in spotlight as HKBN strengthens its policies

As part of a wider health and safety strategy, Telecoms company HKBN has expanded its work injury compensation policy. Employees ...
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Women are taking charge of their future

More women enrolling in MBA courses

Increase driven by growing number of female executives in Shanghai A growing number of female executives and entrepreneurs in the ...
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Nurturing professionals for smart cities: way forward for cutting edge technology in education

Nurturing professionals the way forward The Hong Kong Government has made it clear—the future of Hong Kong is as a ...
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Coding is the language of the future

IT skills investment key for the future of Middle East

As part of an initiative to train youths in the UAE in computer science, His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid ...
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APAC sees largest 2018 wage growth as Hong Kong wage growth slows

APAC sees largest 2018 wage growth as Hong Kong wage growth slows

 APAC countries continue to outperform the rest of the world when it comes to real wage growth—calculated by subtracting inflation ...
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Financial service workers see pay rises due to buoyant market

Financial service workers see pay rises due to buoyant market

Across APAC, drinks are on workers in the financial services as salaries are projected to increase by 5% in Hong Kong and ...
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76% of APAC candidates respond positively to human touch in recruitment process

Job-seekers in APAC respond more positively to human touch

New research from Randstad has suggested that job seekers respond more positively to the human side of recruitment. The findings ...
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93% of women who experience menstural pain say that it has affected their ability to work

Hong Kong women work despite pain each month

As many as 76% of women in Hong Kong say they have had menstrual pain, and among those women who ...
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