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HR practitioner appointments
CY Chan is promoted to chief talent & purpose officer at HKBN
HKBN announced on Monday the appointment of Chun Yu Chan as chief talent & purpose officer, overseeing strategy and development of the group’s talent culture, talent engagement, core purpose and corporate social investment.
As a home-grown Hong Kong talent, CY’s appointment, which follows a journey of growth across many different roles and responsibilities over his 9 years with HKBN, will further drive the evolution of HKBN’s talent culture and leverage its talent advantage to achieve strong business growth in a purposeful way.
As an advocate of entrepreneurial thinking, CY has helped spur performance by implementing innovative skin-in-the-game schemes like co-ownership, wherein talents voluntarily invest their personal savings into HKBN shares for intrinsic motivation and interest alignment to help boost business results.
Since first joining HKBN in 2011 as a learning & development manager, CY has grown to lead the group’s talent acquisition, talent engagement & development, and administration efforts. In 2017, he was given further responsibilities to lead the group’s corporate social investment.
Commenting on his new role, HKBN co-owner and chief talent & purpose officer CY Chan said, “My entry into the group’s management committee sends a clear message that our unique talent culture and core purpose are pivotal to our growth. Through a holistic range of talent-first and purpose-driven initiatives, we aspire to make HKBN the best company to work for in Asia. This will help us attract and cultivate the very best talents, ensuring our business growth and contributions to the community well into the future.”
Joyee Wong is relocated to Shanghai as talent acquisition partner – regional HQ far east Asia at COS China (H&M Group)
H&M Group promoted Joyee Wong to talent acquisition partner, regional HQ far east Asia at COS China (H&M Group), in January 2020. She is currently based in Shanghai. Prior to this role, she spent two years in Hong Kong’s COS retail headquarter as a talent acquisition specialist for global production HQ.
Edelman promotes Pearl Tong to HR director
Effective from January 2020, Pearl Tong was appointed as HR director for Greater China at Edelman. She spent about two years in her last role as VP Recruitment for APAC.
Oscar Kwan joins Lalamove as in-house recruiter
Lalamove welcomed Oscar Kwan as an in-house recruiter in January. He has previously worked in several HR agencies including Wantedly, Aspire and Regus. His latest role is business development lead, talent solution at the Tokyo-based social recruitment platform Wantedly, where he spent nearly two years positioning the company as a leader in employer branding and a thought leader of Millennial hiring.
HR solutions provider appointments
Rick Chung takes up enhanced role at Randstad
Headhunting firm and employment agency, Randstad, has appointed Rick Chung as director for technology and contracting, in addition to his current position as director for banking & financial services and HR. Chung has held several leadership roles at Randstad over the past seven years. He started his career in Randstad as consultant in 2013 and has continued to move up the ranks.
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