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The Classified Post Career Forum and Hackathon attracted a global array of talented young job seekers

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Constructive HR strategies to stay ahead of the talent rush

Most firms with ambitious growth plans look to expand their sales and marketing team, but the Hong Kong arm of construction services company ISG ....... ...

An influx of talent is needed to remedy the IT drought facing Hong Kong companies

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HKBN Introduces Bonus Leave for Talents to Flexibly Enjoy Time-off

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Architectural firm LWK & Partners wants people who can reshape cities

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Wealth of talent

Hong Kong's capital markets, whether debt, fixed income, derivatives or equities, are renowned for being demanding and, sometimes, stressful territories, where professionals must be able to think and act quickly while remaining focused on key drivers for the industry. For instance, as good regulation and supervision are the hallmarks of strong capital markets, the strength of human talent in senior positions is critical to the development of transparent and sustainable activities. ...

Draw of diversity

In overseeing recruitment activities for a diversified group with interests in everything from fine wines and beauty products to watches and high-end technology, Bianca Wong, group HR and corporate communications director for Jebsen & Co, knows there will always be roles to fill. ...

Getting fired up

HKSTPC CEO Allen Ma wants to give HK the spark to turn it into a world technology capital, writes Mabel Sieh. ...

Building a solid path for new talent at K Wah

According to a recent survey of the Hong Kong construction market released by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, more than 90 per cent of respondents indicated skills shortages across all areas. The greater dearth of talent in Hong Kong’s construction industry indicates that the recruitment market will become more competitive. In response, employers are introducing talent-development schemes and competitive packages to attract and retain staff. ...

Senior leaders hold key to employer profile

Follow-the-leader seems the name of the game for professionals contemplating their career choices in Greater China and Singapore, according to a recent survey by the MRIC Group, writes John Brennan. ...