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Be alert to new rules on hiring of mainland labour

On March 1 this year, the mainland's new Provisional Regulations on Labour Dispatch came into effect, writes Helen Beech and Karen Ip. ...

Piloting an ambition

Tracy Dedman, regional GM for Greater China and the Philippines at BA, landed close to her early dreams of a career in the skies, writes Jolene Otremba. ...

Broadening the link

Multinationals in China are integrating media to engage more with employees and jobseekers, writes Freda Wan. ...

Playing by the rules

Regulatory reform has led to soaring respect for compliance experts, writes Raymond Ma. ...

The right moves

Veteran banker Stanley Wong now has an all new routine as chairman of the Hong Kong Dance Company, writes Sandra Lam. ...

Millennials held back by bosses' lack of vision

Millennials, Gen Y, Post-80s - regardless of how they are labelled, they both demand and expect a lot from businesses and government, especially compared to previous generations, writes Darius Musni. ...

Great walls of China

The surge in mainland development is a golden opportunity for culturally sensitive Hong Kong building professionals, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

The dangers of sugaring the pill when sacking errant staff

It is often said that Hong Kong employment law is relatively easy and less complex than other jurisdictions like the mainland and Japan, writes Pattie Walsh. ...

China firms roll out incentives amid talent war

Faced with lacklustre demand from developed markets, moderate GDP growth forecasts and rising salary costs, employers on the mainland are looking for innovative, but sustainable, ways to reward and retain employees, writes Chris Davis. ...

Works in progress

Uncertainties cloud job prospects at free trade zones, reports Raymond Ma. ...