When hiring, you don’t want to be wasting time meeting candidates who don't meet the requirements of the job. Instead, your goal should be to narrow down the candidate pool to a manageable size so you can better identify the candidates who will be right for your role.
At the hype of HR as majority of the industry is chasing HR technology like a moth to a flame, Links International is keen in offering clients and candidates value beyond the latest systems.
Evolving for close to 20 years, Links has been dedicated in providing your business with the HR support you need. Like the mentor or the team mate who's always ready to back you up, Links acts as your professional HR team on the outside.
From a horrible boss, to being overworked and underappreciated, the reasons for a less than pleasant work experience are endless. In Asia, where the competition is high, work can often times become overwhelming, with many employees working long after hours at the office.
In recruitment, the frustration is when you don’t have the right candidate. Recruiters know this, the candidates who comes voluntarily aren’t always the right talent.
Hong Kong has long been recognised for its high cost of living and long working hours. It’s truly the city that never sleeps. As difficult as this may sound, the fast-paced city is a popular location for expats looking for opportunity.
Recruitment as you may know can be a tiring process, but this doesn’t have to be the case. To help businesses better manage their talent acquisition process, we’ve created the Links’ Ultimate Recruitment Guide.
Below is the latest issue of Onboard, a quarterly update by Links. Onboard covers major payroll and visa developments across Asia. It is designed to get our readers updated at-a-glance. For more news and insights of the market, make sure to subscribe to our blog so you don't miss out on anything.
What happens when long working hours becomes too much to bear? In the late of 2015, Japan had a massive wake up call when a young 24 year old female worker at one of Japan’s biggest advertising firm committed suicide. The issue caught a lot of attention as many government labour officials...
For majority of 2018 and projected to run into 2019, the Hong Kong and Singapore job market has been highly candidate driven. This, in part, is due to the expanding technologies and demands across various sectors as well as the record low unemployment rates in 2018 for both Hong Kong and...