Thursday, 25 May 2017

Media release: Employers turn blind eye to work-life balance

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Press Release

Recruitment firm Randstad revealed that employers in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia continue to ignore the importance of work-life balance as employee preference for it rises to the highest level in years. The Randstad Employer Brand Research ... read more

Friday, 28 April 2017

Media release: Hong Kong's most attractive companies revealed: Randstad Employer Brand Research 2017

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong, Press Release

Recruitment firm Randstad named MTR as the most attractive employer in Hong Kong at the Randstad Employer Brand Awards 2017 (previously known as the Randstad Award). The annual award, was held for the fifth consecutive year in Hong Kong at The Eaton ... read more

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Media Release: Hong Kong’s Top 75 Companies Revealed: Randstad Employer Brand Research 2017

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong, Human Resources, Leadership, Press Release

The Randstad Employer Brand Awards (previously known as the Randstad Award) is making its fifth appearance in Hong Kong. Recruitment firm Randstad, in anticipation of the upcoming announcement of Hong Kong’s most attractive companies on the ... read more

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

10 most in-demand technology jobs in Hong Kong for 2017

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Hiring Intentions, Hong Kong, Human Resources, Jobs & the Economy, Jobs Candidates, Productivity & Performance, Talent Resources

As the world of work evolves with new developments in information technology, heightened customer needs and new business requirements, companies are in the midst of a technological disruption and must find top tech talent to drive new digital ... read more

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Salary and bonus expectations high amongst Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia employees: Randstad Workmonitor

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Hong Kong, Productivity & Performance, Workmonitor

A slow global economy and industries facing restructuring have not dampened the expectations of employees in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia. According to the latest global Randstad Workmonitor report, confidence levels of these employees around ... read more

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Employers failing to address changing Hong Kong talent wishes: Randstad Award 2016

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Hong Kong, Talent Resources, Workmonitor

Changing employee demands in the past years have remained largely unmet by Hong Kong employees. According to research conducted by recruitment firm Randstad, Hong Kong employers lagged behind organisations in both Singapore and Malaysia. This was ... read more

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Randstad Award 2016: A look at Ocean Park's employer brand

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong

Ocean Park was voted in as one of the most attractive companies in Hong Kong with 52.6% of all respondents who knew the company stating that they would like to work for them.  For more information about the Randstad Award and how it ... read more

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Randstad Award 2016 - A look into MTR's employer brand

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong, Human Resources

MTR was voted in as first runner up for being the most attractive companies in Hong Kong with 53.4% of all respondents who knew the company stating that they would like to work for them.  Company Profile: The MTR Corporation was established ... read more

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Winning Employer Brands in 25 countries named in Randstad Award 2016

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong

The brands people would most like to work for in 25 countries globally were revealed today with the announcement of the winners of the Global Randstad Award 2016. Country winners ranged from Google, IKEA, and BMW to Hewlett Packard, Suntory and ... read more

Thursday, 21 April 2016

CLP Power Hong Kong Limited crowned Hong Kong’s most attractive company: Randstad Award

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong, Leadership, Workforce Insights

2016 HONG KONG, 21 April 2016 – Recruitment firm Randstad named CLP Power Hong Kong Limited as the most attractive employer in Hong Kong at the Randstad Award 2016. The annual award, which celebrated its fourth year in Hong Kong and ... read more

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Randstad Award Hong Kong: Multi Year Trends Analysis

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hiring Intentions, Hong Kong, Human Resources

The Randstad Award is the world’s largest employer branding survey and is presented each year to the most attractive employer in 25 countries across the globe. The sample currently consists of 200,000+ respondents and covers 75% of ... read more

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Randstad Award 2016 Frequently Asked Questions

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong, Human Resources, Jobs & the Economy

What does the Randstad Award mean to you? In an age where an organisation’s ability to outperform its competitors relies so significantly on the collective effort of its people – the Randstad Award is an invaluable tool for ... read more

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Winning hearts: How to become a trusted and respected employer

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding

Be authentic Organisations with strong employer brands have authentic values that resonate not only with the talent pool, but with their current employees. While technology or markets may evolve their core vision remains steadfast and senior ... read more

Monday, 22 February 2016

Need to know: 17 facts about Randstad Award's Global Employer Branding Program

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong

The Randstad Award is presented each year to the most attractive employers across the world. It is the most extensive employer branding research programme globally, designed to uncover how a country's largest commercial employers are perceived by ... read more

Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Workmonitor Q4: HK employees confident about prospects in 2016

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Hong Kong, Jobs & the Economy, Workmonitor

HONG KONG, 30 December, 2015 – Despite the gloomy global economic outlook and a flat end to the year, three out of five (60 per cent) Hong Kong employees are optimistic about their employer’s performance next year, according to the ... read more

Thursday, 8 October 2015

Workmonitor Q3: 83% millennials considering a career change

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Flexibility & Labour Mobility, Workmonitor

Hong Kong’s Millennials are on the move, with four in five (83 per cent) already looking for a complete career switch despite only recently entering the workforce, according to the Randstad Q3 2015 Workmonitor released today. Born between ... read more

Friday, 19 June 2015

Randstad Award 2015: Is your organisation a talent magnet?

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong, Leadership

Organisations who succeed in attracting top talent overwhelmingly point to one reason - the strong reputation of their employer brand. The Randstad Award is an employer branding study, conducted by ICMA Group, that measures and determines ... read more

Friday, 22 May 2015

insights from celebrated employer brands

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Human Resources, Leadership

The annual Randstad Award survey is the largest independent employer branding study globally. Some 225,000 people from around the world are asked what makes an organisation attractive to work for, what are the most attractive sectors and whom they ... read more

Monday, 18 May 2015

Microsoft wins Global Randstad Award 2015 and is the most attractive employer worldwide

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding

Microsoft received the Global Randstad Award 2015 today, identifying Microsoft as the most attractive employer brand worldwide. 67.8% of the respondents in the Global Randstad Award survey indicate they would like to work for Microsoft. The first ... read more

Monday, 18 May 2015

Low compensation and lack of career growth opportunities driving talent mobility in Hong Kong

Tags: Attraction & Retention, Employer Branding, Hong Kong, Press Release

Low compensation and lack of career growth opportunities driving talent mobility in Hong Kong Hong Kong, 26 March 2015 – A quarter (24 per cent) of employees in Hong Kong intend to leave their jobs within the next 12 months, citing low ... read more