|24 Feb, 2017||more... |
According to a survey conducted by Hays polling 3,000 employers and employees from companies across Hong Kong, China, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore, rising doubts over poor progression, job security, work-life balance, company management and cultures are prompting Hong Kong workers to look for new j ...
|Employees seeks for better benefits and pay|
|13 Jan, 2017||more... |
Robert Walters released its Global Salary Survey 2017, which indicated the recruitment and salary trends across 27 countries and regions. It was found that pay rise for Hong Kong employees this year would range from 3% to 5% while job movers could expect a 15% to 20% pay increase. Major findings of ...
|Survey finds HK employees to get pay rise of 3% to 5%|
|28 Dec, 2016||more... |
According to the data from Thomson Reuters, Hong Kong ranks top as the worldˇ¦s largest initial public offering (IPO) market in 2016 even though the total funds raised in the Hong Kong stock market have declined to an eight-year low. Key findings are as follows:
|Hong Kong ranks No. 1 in global IPO listings|
- It was reported a co ...
|10 Nov, 2016||more... |
A survey by a research firm ECA International revealed that companies in Hong Kong would offer an average pay rise of 4% next year. ECA tracked over 90 large and multinational companies with operation in Hong Kong from Aug to Sep. Key findings are as follows:
|Survey: HK employees enjoy a pay rise of 4% in 2017|
- ECA projected that the ...
|19 Oct, 2016||more... |
The Census and Statistics Department revealed that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate from Jul to Sep 2016 stays at 3.4%, the same level as Jun-Aug. The underemployment rate was kept at 1.4%. Details are as follows:
|Hong Kongˇ¦s Q3 unemployment rate stays at 3.4%|
- Total number of employed persons dropped by 3,400 to 3,813, ...
|14 Sep, 2016||more... |
A survey by ManpowerGroup polling 740 employers to track their hiring sentiment revealed that only 16% of the surveyed employers expressed willingness to increase headcount in the coming 3 months, down 3 percentage points year on year. Key findings are as follows:
|16% of employers plan to increase headcount in Q4|
- 81% of the employe ...