If you feel like you spend your days presenting virtually, be it to your team or to your management stakeholders, this handy list (which includes online tools), compiled by Saana Azzam, Founder of MENA Speakers, will help you reinvent your presentation style.
When conducting retrenchment, one thing employers should do is to ensure that the selection criteria used for retrenchment are objective, transparent to employees, and consistently applied, say experts from Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP).
Diversity and inclusion (D&I) programmes within technology companies are being deployed across corporate engagement strategies,affims Ingrid Estrada, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief of Staff, Keysight Technologies.
By Nick Dealy, partner, and Kritika Sethia, legal analyst, for Gall Hong Kong
In a significant advancement towards inclusiveness, the amendment to the Sex Discrimination Ordinance (“SDO”) prohibiting breastfeeding discrimination will come into force on 19 June 2021.
We have summarized the key legal implications of the amendment and key takeaways for employers.
Well intended phrases such as ‘it could be worse’, ‘stay positive’ or even ‘be thankful’ can possibly shut off further conversations with those facing emotional distress.
By Matthew Durham, registered foreign lawyer at Gall
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused significant unpredictability and upheaval for businesses. Recent reports show that the unemployment rate has risen to a 17-year high of 7% in Hong Kong. Employers have had to act swiftly to implement alternative working structures and to counteract financial pressures. These challenges are likely to continue.
More than a year into the pandemic, enterprises and SMEs in Hong Kong continue to face multiple challenges – from strategic workforce planning, strengthening organisational culture, amid hybrid work arrangements, to global mobility issues such as compliance and tax implications.