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.
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.
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.
One of the hardest things for people to deal with is rejection. When you’ve followed all the rules to writing a winning CV and stuck to the formula of how to impress your interviewer, naturally, you’ve walked out of the interview feeling confident that the job is yours. Then comes that email,...
By Tracy Leung, Manager - Sales, Marketing & Retail, Links International Hong Kong
As we all know, first impressions count, and nowhere is this more true than during the recruitment process when you are interviewing for a new job. When you meet your recruitment consultant for the first time, a ...
By Nick Lambe – Managing Director, Links International
I was recently quoted in an article on eFinancial Careers about how junior bankers can be seen to embellish their experience in their CVs as a result of a high demand to fill junior finance roles in both Singapore and Hong Kong.
By Aily Foo - Senior Consultant, Temporary and Contract, Links International Hong Kong
In the world of Temporary and Contract recruitment, it is absolutely vital to be efficient. We need to find the best talent to fill the client’s requirements in a very short period of time, just as you, as a...
By Tracy Leung, Manager - Sales & Marketing