Work in Hong Kong through Hong Kong Work permit

Hong Kong work permit for Indians Hong Kong is an excellent destination for the skilled workers to live and work in another country. If the skilled worker has the right combination of professional experience and qualifications, the skilled worker may be eligible for a Hong Kong work permit. Hong Kong work permit Benefits Hong Kong work […]

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How to get Hong Kong Work Permit?

Working in Hong Kong is an attractive option for any professional to enhance their career opportunities. The country offers enormous options for professionals who would like to work in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Immigration department has set some specific schemes to draw individuals who wish to enter the country for work purpose. Immigration Arrangements for […]

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Hudson: 28.2% of IT&T firms to increase hiring in Q3

IT & T is among the top 3 industries with a strong intention to hire in Hong Kong, said recruitment agency Hudson recently. According to results of a Hudson survey on 327 Hong Kong employers’ hiring intention from July to September 2013, 52.6% of respondents intend to keep headcount steady, an increase of 5.8 percentages […]

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Labour Department promotes use of cooling vest to reduce workers’ heat stroke risk

The Labour Department, in conjunction with the Occupational Safety and Health Council (OSHC), is launching the Cooling Vest Promotion Pilot Scheme this summer to reduce the risk of heat stroke at work. The scheme will test the feasibility of using cooling vests in four selected fields involving workin a hot environment, namely construction, outdoor cleaning […]

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About 5,200 vacancies on offer at Tung Chung Job Fair

The Labor Department will hold the Tung Chung Job Fair at Tung Chung Community Hall on May 15 and 16. A total of 54 organizations will participate at the fair. They mainly come from the retail, catering, transport and airport services industries, offering about 5,200 vacancies. Twenty-seven organizations will set up counters and conduct on-the-spot […]

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Survey Reveals Difficulties in Using English at Work in Hong Kong

A survey by HKEnglish.com has recently revealed the difficulties of Hong Kong citizens in using English at work. It has shown that almost two thirds of the respondents had difficulty in speaking and understanding the English language in the workplace. Most of the respondents found difficulty in conveying their messages in English when giving business […]

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Minimum wage in Hong Kong must be raised to ensure social equality

Since January 2011, Hong Kong workers had been under the protection of a 28 Hong Kong dollar (HKD) per hour minimum wage, roughly the equivalent of $3.50. Recently, Hong Kong’s government approved a seven percent rise in the city’s minimum wage to help workers cope with the inflation rate of one of the world’s most […]

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HK records biggest private sector biz growth in 9 mths

HSBC PMI figures show better times back in town in November Private sector business conditions in Hong Kong improved further in November, with a benchmark index posting the biggest increase in nine months, according to HSBC’s latest survey on purchasing managers. The HSBC Hong Kong Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), designed to provide timely indications of […]

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Asia Pacific becomes focus for expected financial jobs

Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore are emerging as the locations for new banking jobs according to research amongst the sector by Astbury Marsden. “The centre of gravity continues to move towards China whilst confidence in London continues to be chipped away,” said Mark Cameron, Astbury Marsden’s Chief Operating Officer. “When we conducted this same research […]

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