Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Hong Kong’s Jobless Rate to Top 16-Year High

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Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary Paul Chan said the city’s unemployment rate for the three months ended December is likely to exceed the highest level...

The Transforming Nature of Supervisory Roles

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"It's not who I am underneath, it's what I do that defines me," so says the titular hero from the 2005 blockbuster, Batman Begins,...

Hong Kong Targets February for Vaccinations

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Hong Kong has recently announced its plans to begin a city-wide Covid-19 vaccination campaign, similar to how Singapore is addressing its own fight against...

Layoffs Could Not Keep Ex-Cathay Pacific Staffers Down

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Unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic has caused devastating damage to the global economy, resulting in livelihoods being destroyed and an uncountable number of pay cuts...

HK to offer help to young people seeking to work on...

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Hong Kong authorities will step up the amount of help offered to local young people looking to take up internships or set up businesses...

The Leadership Skills Needed for Our Changing Times

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By Eva Chau A global health pandemic, economic uncertainty and macro socio-political pressures have dramatically altered the business landscape for companies around the globe in...

Hong Kong still most expensive city for expats

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Hong Kong retains its place atop the rankings for a third straight year as the world’s most expensive city for expats, according to the...

Twice as many Hong Kong employers have laid off staff compared...

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Twice as many Hong Kong employers have laid off staff compared with their Singaporean counterparts to cut costs during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to...

Hong Kong civil servants to start work from next week

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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said most civil servants will gradually return to work from May 4, although the government had not yet decided...

HK government to cover wages up to HK$9,000 a month

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About 1.5 million Hong Kong workers will have up to HK$9,000 of their monthly wages paid for by the government under a HK$137.5 billion...