Many in these three territories have already been using the website, but they will now be served by bespoke, localised sites.
Hong Kong’s minimum wage will increase to HK$37.50 per hour, from the current HK$34.50 - the highest since it was introduced.
Hong Kong Disneyland employees aged 60 or above are now allowed to continue on open-ended permanent contracts with no termination date.
The majority of Hongkong employees who have left China-headquartered companies blame rigid office culture and low salaries.
According to a new report, a skills gap threatens the local banking industry.
Hong Kong businesses are downbeat about their growth prospects for 2019, as well as face the challenge of talent availability.
Nearly half of Hong Kong’s financial employers have had an employee resign during their probation period due to poor onboarding processes.
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Hong Kong-listed apparel company Esprit Holdings will cut jobs and shut stores, even as it struggles with competition from online and 'fast-fashion' retailers.
According to a new report, Asia is expected to see the greatest real salary increases in 2019; particularly India, Vietnam, and Indonesia.
A survey by HSBC has found that a quarter of Hong Kong women would sacrifice their career for their children.
According to the IMD World Talent Ranking 2018, Singapore leads the Asia-Pacific pack, followed by Hong Kong and Malaysia.
HSBC in Hong Kong has raised the number of days off from 22 to 24 for certain grades of staff, with the aim of improving work-life balance.
New fathers in Hong Kong will soon enjoy five days of statutory paternity leave, up from the current entitlement of three.
Hong Kong commercial broadcaster Television Broadcasts Limited has cut 150 jobs as it looks to restructure operations.
Hong Kong’s employee engagement has declined over the last three years, in contrast to regional and global trends.
It is hoped that the artificial islands will provide space to ease Hong Kong's lack of housing.
Sales representatives are reportedly the hardest professionals to find in Hong Kong, followed by IT specialists and engineers.
Poor job perception is making it harder for businesses to bring in fresh blood at the specialist and middle management levels.
The list reveals how Hong Kong hopes to continue developing as a high value-added and diversified economy.
The territory's Equal Opportunities Commission says employers are still slow to accommodate employees who have to care for family members.
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