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New focus on health and benefits

What businesses expect from their employees hasn’t changed all that much over the years. In essence, they want them to be engaged, loyal and as productive as possible ......... ...

Sleep Can Wait

The second Classified Post Hackathon achieved its goal of encouraging students to stretch their creative potential as they challenged themselves to design and produce a next-generation idea...... ...

Legal career rules

City’s law schools give their students in-demand academic edge, reports John Cremer. ...

Doing business

Going beyond ranking, accreditation, cost and a pay rise, writes Anjali Hazari. ...

Elderly dental clinic plan wins

The team from City University (CityU) won the championship in the degree category of the ACCA Business Competition 2013 with a proposal for a mobile dental clinic for senior citizens in poor areas, writes Wilson Lau. ...

CUHK and IBM take a big step

With the rise of "big data" and various analytics technologies, marketers can now design campaigns that target new customers and consumer sectors, writes Hilda Poon. ...

Preparation pays dividends

A few weeks of hard work over the summer and a self-taught crash course in the technicalities of financial planning paid off handsomely for four students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), writes John Cremer. ...

Battling plans

Convoy chief marketing officer praises efforts by university teams at IFPHK financial planner tilt, writes John Cremer. ...

Hiring plans up, led by finance and services

Hong Kong’s finance, real estate, insurance and services sectors remain on a firm hiring footing moving into the fourth quarter, with each industry sector reporting positive recruitment plans, writes Chris Davis. ...

Legal & General taps Hung for fixed-income role

As part of the expansion of its global research into Asia market, Legal & General Investment Management appoints Horace Hung as senior credit analyst for emerging markets, responsible for independently conducting research into holdings and potential holdings within assigned sectors ...