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Confidence in the local job market has risen for the second year running, almost recovering to the pre-financial crisis levels of 2008, according to a survey conducted by CityU.
The Department of Management held a seminar on 2 June for nearly 100 executives and human resources professionals. Effective strategies that could help employers attract and engage talent of the post-1980’s generation were discussed.
People in Hong Kong are more optimistic about job prospects this year, particularly in terms of expectations of pay raise and prospects for finding a better a job, according to a survey conducted by the Department of Management.
A survey conducted by the Department of Management revealed that a lack of opportunities for development and further education and training is the major factor that prompts Hong Kong’s post-1980 generation to quit their jobs.
After three consecutive annual rises, workplace confidence in Hong Kong has fallen below 2005 levels according to a survey conducted by the Department of Management.
A seminar focusing on creativity and innovation in global business was organised by CityU and sponsored by Columbia Business School to discuss the best strategies for businesses to survive or even thrive during an economic downturn.
An optimistic Hong Kong workforce believes the overall job market and career prospects have improved, according to a Department of Management survey released on 15 May.
Hong Kong employees are more satisfied with their job when their accomplishments are recognised and supervisors clearly outline their expectations, according to a Department of Management survey.
CityU's Department of Management announced the findings of the Employee Confidence, Job Satisfaction and Age Discrimination Survey 2007 on 28 May. The findings show that Hong Kong people are more optimistic about getting pay raises.