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Hiring and recruitment in a time of uncertainty
It’s been a tough year (and counting) for Hong Kong. The economy has been in recession during the back half of 2019, and being in the middle of a public health epidemic, most businesses are facing increasing uncertainty and mounting financial pressures.
By looking back at data from SARS, and current recruitmen...
How to Retain Talents in Creative Agencies?
The advertising and creative industries are changing quicker than any other sector. From bold ideas, a fresh approach, the latest trends to new talents, they are always on the look-out for something.
However, there is no denying that numerous talents are le...
How to Turn Rejection Emails into Branding Opportunities
Have you ever had a time where you were super psyched about a job opportunity and felt that you aced the interview but the company you applied for ghosted you? Sadly, I have.
It is never easy to draft and send a rejection email to a...
3 Reasons Why Every Ad/Media Agency Should Give Fresh Grads A Chance
Are you looking to grow your team before 2019 ends? You know that these fresh graduates are on the lookout for work (we’ve all been there), but would it be worthwhile for your company to hire one?
Have you focused on the benefits of hiring fresh graduate...
3 Immediate Actionable Tips to Make Hiring and Retaining Easier
There’re tens of thousands of advertising/media/marketing agencies here in Hong Kong and when it comes to recruitment, the troubles you’re facing are probably low applications and/or high turnover rate.
While the first issue can be solved with recruitment mark...
How to Maintain Your Company Culture in Times of Growth?
Whether you're in the early stages of developing your start-up or facing the trajectory of scaling up, it's imperative for you to consider the importance of managing a healthy company culture.
As you expand your operations, you will be forced i...
Why Do You Need Employer Branding?
For some time, the norm in the recruitment process seemed to suggest that the employer held the privileged role of the job-giver and the potential employee was put in the position of having to jump through hoops and say the right things to land the position.
The employer held the power and could afford to hand-pick...