On 13 May, The Institute had the honour to invite Hon Jasper Tsang Yok-sing, President of the Legislative Council, to meet over 60 members in a talk where Mr Tsang shared his views on leadership compe…
A research shows that 47% of the time we are mentally off-task. This has negative consequences for our performance and our wellbeing. Speaker Rasmus Hougaard, Founder and Managing Director of Potentia…
HKIHRM Poll Reveals: Close to 80% Hong Kong HR Professionals Support Raising Retirement as Effective Measure to Tackle the City’s Manpower Shortage
[11 May 2015 - Hong Kong] Nearly 80% of Hong Kong HR professionals and practitioners believe that raising retirement age is an effective measure to alleviate pressure in Hong Kong’s manpower shortage, according to a recent survey by Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM).
Overall Average Staff Turnover Rate at 19.3% in 2014
[9 April 2015 – Hong Kong] An overall average staff turnover rate of 19.3% was recorded for 2014 in the Half Yearly Survey on Manpower Statistics – Year 2014 and Second Half of 2014 conducted by the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM), slightly lower than the 20.1% registered in 2013. With a robust employment market, hiring intentions in the first half of 2015 remains positive.
HKIHRM Welcomes Government Measures in 2015-16 Budget to Enhance Human Capital
The Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM) welcomes proactive measures included in the 2015-16 Budget to enhance manpower training and encourage employment, including various training and internship funds, and support to different groups of potential job-seekers.