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Now TV: Companies' Expansion Plan in Hong Kong Getting Conservative

During the interview, Carol shared her recent observations on companies' hiring strategies, which are to some extent affected by the unstable situations in Hong Kong.

Bloomberg TV: Hong Kong Recruitment Outlook

In this interview with Bloomberg TV, Carol Cheung commented on the latest banking recruitment trends in Hong Kong, job cuts in certain areas and the growth of the virtual banking sector.

Robert Walters Hong Kong Named Among ‘Best Companies To Work For In Asia 2019’ By HR Asia

Robert Walters Hong Kong has been awarded one of the “Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2019” by HR Asia Magazine, a top regional publisher in the HR industry. The highly-reputable award recognises companies that possess remarkable levels of employee engagement, corporate culture and employer branding.

What'sNext Talent: Featuring LinkedIn, Room to Read, HKBN and Text100

Organised by Metta Hong Kong and sponsored by Robert Walters, this panel discussion millennial talent attraction and retention from an organisational perspective, and the unique needs of the millennial and Gen Z workforce.

Sustainable HR Practice – are you hiring for the future?

Organised by Metta Hong Kong, this panel discussion explored Hong Kong's hiring landscape, and ways to boost the labor force through utilising virtually untapped sources of highly skilled talent.

Robert Walters Hong Kong continued to support Feeding Dreams Cambodia

Sustainability is a key part of Robert Walters’ heritage and Feeding Dreams Cambodia addresses the issues of access and quality through emphasizing sustainable education and helping poor children realise their right to quality basic education.

Robert Walters IT careers panel

Robert Walters co-hosted an IT careers panel with General Assembly in August 2016. A panel of experts discussed where the fastest growing jobs in digital and tech are and the key skills needed.

Family commitments hold women back from leadership positions

56% of women in Hong Kong believe that family pressures is the primary reason for the lack of women in leadership positions in business, according to our latest whitepaper.

Top talent remains in demand in Q1

The number of job advertisements in Hong Kong in Q1 2016 grew 14% from Q1 2015, indicating a strong demand for top talent despite market concerns.