Whether it is to attract job candidates with sought-after skill sets or to keep pace with inflation, or whether it is just a simple reflection of rising GDP, it seems there will be no stopping salary growth across Asia-Pacific (APAC) in the coming year, writes John Brennan.
We all sneak a peak at text messages or e-mails to pass the time in boring meetings. We’d also probably all admit, however, that we find it irritating when others do the same. Interestingly though, a new study from ...
In today’s challenging and often unpredictable business world, establishing effective performance-management programmes remains a challenge for many organisations – despite an understanding that talent management can provide a competitive advantage, writes Chris Davis.
While both bosses and workers in Hong Kong agree that the level of skills that staff are expected to possess has risen in the last five years, Randstad's Workmonitor Report for the third quarter of this year also shows that employees expect these demands to continue to increase in the future, writes John Brennan.
Hong Kong came 16th on Grant Thornton’s Global Dynamism Index (GDI) 2013, which ranks 60 of the world’s largest economies across five areas of “dynamism” – defined as changes in an economy which are likely to lead to a faster future rate of growth, writes John Brennan.
While Ankita Modi, country manager for Hong Kong with employer branding specialist Universum, advises that businesses ensure their employee value proposition (EVP) is credible, true, distinct and consistent, how much control do businesses actually have over the way in which they are perceived?