Small and midsize businesses may not be able to offer big paychecks, but market players say factors such as job flexibility and clear career path help put them ahead of larger, more renown companies.
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Electronics manufacturer seeks a safety and security officer, a lifestyle services manager and two fire chiefs for its unit that supplies Apple, following recent criticism over working conditions.
Hiring sentiment healthy in region's IT industry compared to worldwide, as overall hiring forecast across globe reflects "cautious optimism" thanks to economic uncertainties, new report reveals.
Talent drain in Asia-Pacific region gets in way of companies' plans to increase manpower in second quarter 2011, reveals new report on hiring activities across Singapore, China and Hong Kong.
A good pay package is still the best draw to attract and keep employees, note recruiters. However, tech firms say offering "fun perks" at work provides similar appeal.
Thoughtful management of inter-generational teams leverages each group's unique strengths and fuels innovation, market observers say, but note a sea change in corporate culture led by today's digital generation.
Global recruitment firm Randstad says Kiwi bosses who cannot afford to give pay rises might want to consider perks and benefits such as flexible working to help them keep their staff.
Offer salaries in currencies of expatriate's home and host countries to combat inflation and currency fluctuation, advises HR firm.
Unlike China's optimism, hiring expectations have fallen in three Asian economies--but salaries for new hires remain the same, survey finds.
Recruitment and HR personnel in Asia share some practices that will not only land the best candidates, but keep them as well.
IT professionals in the island state are in a "very strong position" to negotiate for better pay, according to recruitment firm.
Due to a shortage of senior engineers with 'world-class experience' in Australia, the search giant is directing recruitment efforts to London to tempt ex-pats home
Tech professionals' salaries in the capital rose 4.3 percent over the last 12 months, compared to 3.4 percent in the south-east
IT managers in Asia are amongst the lowest paid, while the best-paying jobs are in Western Europe, new global salary survey finds.
Companies in the region are on a recruitment drive and offering higher salaries to retain employees, a Hudson report reveals.
Case study: London hospital trust benefits from new IT framework
Google's new London office houses 200 workers, but plans are underway for a massive recruitment effort.
No benefits and it won't tackle terrorism, say London directors
Eastern European, Middle-Eastern and Asian nations were in London this week to pitch for outsourcing business. Although it can't match the tax-free incentives of some states, Romania reckons it has other benefits to offer
Regulatory action may be taken against British Telecommunications in an attempt to increase competition in the United Kingdom's broadband market, according to an influential group of lawmakers. The select committee has urged the Office of Telecommunications--the U.K. telecom regulator known as Oftel--and its forthcoming replacement, the Office of Communications (OFCOM), to consider separating BT's network business from the rest of the company. The network is BT's physical infrastructure--including local exchanges and cables--as opposed to its service-based operations, such as BTopenworld. One of the benefits of this separation, the committee believes, is that it might bring down broadband prices. The committee's advice was delivered in a report published Wednesday; it echoes a widespread belief among BT's competitors, which say broadband prices would likely fall if a third party owned BT's fixed-line network. BT isn't permitted to sell any products at a loss--an attempt to prevent the company undercutting rivals to boost market share. ZDNet U.K.'s Graeme Wearden reported from London. To read the full story visit ZDNet U.K.