Overall Average Staff Turnover Rate in Hong Kong at 10.8% in 1H of 2015

October 2015
CFO Innovation Asia;10/16/2015, p1
The article reports that more than 83.5 percent of Hong Kong, China companies are planning to increase hiring or remain hiring in the second half of 2015, which was revealed by data from Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management's Survey on Manpower Statistics. Topics discussed include sectors with the highest job vacancy rate in first half 2015, the absenteeism rate among surveyed firms that stands at 14 percent, and companies' hiring efforts for the remainder of 2015.


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