what you can expect from us

During this COVID-19 outbreak, we have been working hard to ensure a continuation of service to you. 

Our priority, like yours, is to contain the spread of the virus by keeping all our staff, temporary workers and contractors as safe as possible while minimising disruption to businesses. As such, we have activated our Business Continuity Plan and a managing COVID-19 guide that will help steer our employees, contractors and candidates. 

Randstad Hong Kong has implemented flexible working practices since 27 January 2020. Employees who choose to work in the office are given 1 mask everyday to minimise the risk of transmission. Randstad Hong Kong will continue to monitor the local situation to determine the implementation of flexible work practices such as split or shift team arrangement or work-from-home.

your questions answered

Like many companies based in Hong Kong SAR, you may have questions about business risks in the event of unseen workforce contingencies. How can you ensure your business meets legal and contractual obligations in a rapidly evolving world of work and regulatory environment?  

We have developed a list of Q&As below to help provide answers and resources you should review to help your company minimise risks, adopt best practices and stay informed throughout rapid market changes around the world.

frequently asked questions

best practices curated for you

Unsure how to adapt your talent strategies during the COVID-19 emergency? We have curated best practice examples from employers and advice from leading health authorities around the world to help you effectively respond to the current challenging environment. 

From examples of how companies are leading in the fight to protect their workers, to expert advice on how you should communicate with talent on an ongoing basis, we’ve created a database of curated content that will be updated regularly during the pandemic crisis. Our best practices library also includes original content authored by Randstad thought leaders and valued technology partners on steps you can take to minimise disruption to your business.


working with randstad remotely

Client visits are now virtual as a default. If you and a member of our staff need to meet face-to-face for any compelling reason, we have instructed our staff to only do so with mutual consent and adhering to the health and safety instructions including social distancing. You can connect to us via phone and many digital solutions such as Google hangouts, Skype, GotoMeeting and Zoom.

Job interviews are now virtual as a default. For any interactions where we must meet face-to-face such as onboarding, training, tests or picking up safety equipment, we ask that you get in touch with your consultant first to understand procedures moving forward. In the case of face-to-face interactions, we ask that people stay 1.5 metres apart. Consultants will wipe down any surfaces that have been touched after the meeting is finished.