Employee engagement tools - 8 tips to show you appreciate your employees

By Phoebe Wong, Associate Director HR Outsourcing, Links International Singapore

In order to be a successful company, it is crucial to have good manpower.

The truth behind jumpy CVs

By Rachel Poon, Consultant - Finance and Accountancy, Links International Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s job market has always been very active, where candidates tend to change jobs every few years.

Why you are crazy to buy an HRIS in Asia!

By Scott Thomson, Chief Operating Officer, Links International

We often speak with potential SME clients (less than 1,000 employees) who are about to make a horrendously expensive mistake – buying a HCM / HRIS payroll system in Asia.

Job Title vs. Salary Increment?

By Sophia Wong, Associate Consultant - Human Resources & Administration, Links International Hong Kong

Candidates may have encountered the struggle between job title and salary.

How much do you trust a recruiter?

By Charity Ip - Senior Consultant, Asset Management, Links International Hong Kong

Last Friday, I attended our company’s annual management training. One of the topics we discussed was trust.

How to reach your career goals for 2016

By Aily Foo, Senior Consultant, Temporary & Contract Recruitment, Links International Hong Kong

We are now half way through 2016. Have you achieved the career goals you set yourself at the beginning of the year?

Macau's Five-Year Plan means less Blue Cards for expats

Earlier this year, and for the first time ever, the Macau government unveiled a Five-Year Plan with the aim of turning Macau into a world tourism and leisure hub. Included in this plan are seven major targets:

How to expand your business in Asia through Secondment/PEO

By Bella Khan – Associate Director HR Outsourcing, Links International Hong Kong

Companies that are looking to expand their presence in Asia will often need to recruit a specific person with certain skillsets. Without a registered or established company in that local country, it is, however,...

Should an intern have the right to complain about dress codes?

We were recently asked to comment in an article on Human Resources Online regarding the severity of work dress codes and a group of interns who were fired from their internship as a result of wanting to loosen the dress code.

A summer internship that counts

By Tracy Leung - Senior Consultant, Sales & Marketing, Links International Hong Kong

It’s the time of year when employers should be confirming their summer interns. Do you know how to build a successful internship and make it have an impact on both your business and the intern’s career...

Top 5 tips to start your day happy

By Las Rodrigo - Head of Recruitment, Links International Macau

Whether you’re looking for a new job or not, every morning, the same thoughts cross your mind. It’s that time again, your alarm bell rings at 6am, 7am, or 8am, depending on what time you start work and how long it takes you to get...

Top three tips to securing an interview

By Rachel Poon - Consultant, Accountancy & Finance, Links International Hong Kong

There is no doubt that the job market is becoming increasingly competitive. When people apply for jobs in Asia, many of these job applications don’t even make it onto the initial shortlist for interviews.

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