Thursday, 10 August 2017

Over half willing to accept salary decreases or demotions

Tags: Workmonitor

Most employees would recoil in disgust at the thought of receiving a demotion or salary decrease. This sentiment, however, changes drastically when it comes to protecting careers, with a much larger number of people willing to accept a pay decrease ... read more

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Jobs for life extinct in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia

Tags: Workmonitor

Finding a good job and building a lifelong career in an organization used to be the goal of many employees, however, it’s clear that this has gone to the wayside. With the changing of jobs every few years becoming the new norm, straight career ... read more

Thursday, 6 April 2017

Media release: Women least satisfied with their jobs in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia

Tags: Diversity, Press Release, Workmonitor

Recruitment firm Randstad’s latest Workmonitor research report for Q1 2017 revealed that female employees in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia are the least satisfied with their current employers – and are the least likely to do anything ... read more

Friday, 17 March 2017

Media Release: MNCs still employers of choice in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia: Randstad Workmonitor

Tags: Workmonitor

The emergence of Millennials in the workforce yearning for work-life balance as well as media attention towards rising startups across the world has led to the apparent rise in preference for flexible small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and ... read more

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Employees fear for job security due to lack of digital skills in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia: Randstad Workmonitor

Tags: Hong Kong, Jobs & the Economy, Workmonitor

The world is fast transforming into a digital one with consumers changing their purchasing habits, as well as organisations adopting new digital strategies to grow their business and maintain a competitive edge. This seems to have hit the confidence ... 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

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, 18 September 2015

Workmonitor Q3: Hong Kong ranks first in Asia for workplace inclusion

Tags: Diversity, Hong Kong, Human Resources, Workmonitor

HONG KONG, 14 September 2015 – Hong Kong tops the list in Asia for workplace inclusion and diversity,according to Randstad’s Workmonitor Q3 2015 released today. Hong Kong workers reported an average of19 per cent of incidences of ... read more

Friday, 19 June 2015

Workmonitor Q2: 8 in 10 Hong Kong employees pressured to work on holiday

Tags: Hong Kong, Workmonitor

HONG KONG, 16 June 2015 – Eight in 10 (77 per cent) employees in Hong Kong feel pressured to respond to work related calls and e-mails while on holiday, the highest rate in Asia Pacific, according to Randstad’s Q2 Workmonitor ... read more

Monday, 18 May 2015

Workmonitor Q1: 63 per cent save 10% or less for pension

Tags: Hong Kong, Press Release, Workmonitor

HONG KONG, 11 March 2015 – More than six in 10 (63 per cent) employees in Hong Kong only save 10 per cent or less of their income for their pension, according to Randstad’s Q1 Workmonitor survey released today. This ... read more

Friday, 19 December 2014

Workmonitor Q4: Over half (59 per cent) of employees in Hong Kong expect the economic situation to improve in 2015

Tags: Hong Kong, Jobs & the Economy, Workmonitor

HONG KONG, December 2014 – Over half (59 per cent) of employees in Hong Kong expect the economic situation to improve in 2015, according to Randstad’s Q4 Workmonitor report released today.  The research also showed that ... read more

Thursday, 19 June 2014

Hong Kong employees trade job loyalty for more money

Tags: engagement index, Hong Kong, Workmonitor, World of Work Report

HONG KONG, 17 June 2014 – Four out of five (83 per cent) employees in Hong Kong would change jobs if they could make more money elsewhere, while three quarters (77 per cent) would do so for better career opportunities, according ... read more

Friday, 15 November 2013

Employers want a skilled digital and social workforce

Tags: employment report, Hong Kong, Jobs & the Economy, Workmonitor

Almost nine out of ten employers (89%) consider their employees' digital skills are more important now than five years ago. This is mirrored by 86% of employees who say these skills will become increasingly important in their positions. 82% of ... read more

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

71% of employees say there are more male managers in their workplace

Tags: employment report, Hong Kong, Jobs & the Economy, Workmonitor

71% of Hong Kong employees say that there are more male than female managers in their workplace while 63% feel that men are better suited to lead a company and over two thirds (68%) said they would rather have a male manager than a female ... read more