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The listener

Deloitte’s APAC CEO Chaly Mah found success by seeing his employees’ points of view, writes Nicholas Olczak. ...

HK female managers unhappy with prospects

Hong Kong has the least optimistic female middle managers in Asia-Pacific, according to a report by talent acquisition and management solutions provider Alexander Mann Solutions (AMS), writes John Brennan. ...

Delivering results

Ken Lee is using his people skills to send DHL Express to new heights in the region, writes Nicholas Olczak. ...

Allied forces

Morgan McKinley is keeping at full speed in recruiting for its industry-changing Career Ally scheme, writes Nicholas Olczak. ...

Trends reverse in China-US executive moves

Clues to broader economic performance can be gleaned from all kinds of sources, not just the big numbers outlining trade statistics, GDP data or prospects for annual growth, writes John Cremer. ...

Surveys point to slight uptick in hiring and pay

Amid global economic uncertainty, a survey by Mercer Hong Kong shows that multinationals operating in the city are starting the year with a healthy dose of optimism, with 44 per cent expecting business performance to be better than in 2013, writes Chris Davis. ...

Salary, bonuses to rise

Private banking and insurance companies are most in demand of financial services talent in Hong Kong, writes Jessy Wong. ...

Gilt-edged private bankers at a premium

Hong Kong is one of the premier wealth management centres in the world, and Asia's largest private banking market, writes Christopher Aukland. ...

Towers Watson sees 7pc pay rise in Asia in 2014

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. ...