Facing the highly competitive talent market, it can be difficult for small businesses to hire top talents, especially for start-ups. With 20 years of recruitment experience in Asia, Links International is a top recruitment agency specialised in identifying and tackling complex HR challenges. We...
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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.
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.
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.
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...
What makes Google so successful? Aside from their advanced technological offering, they’re also well known for their culture and staff benefits, with large-scale employee mentorship programs to develop their staff. At the end of the day, the long-term success of a company boils down to the...
Earlier in the May, SCMP came out with a stunning report of Hong Kong’s unemployment rate that’s hitting a 20 year record low. Similarly at that time, Singapore reported to have hit a 7 year low unemployment rate, tipping the job market off balance.