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  1. HKJC goes beyond the call of duty

    Posted Jun 10th 2008, 12:00am by Mary Luk

    ... Continuing development programme helps transform part-time telebet supervisors into effective team leaders, writes Mary Luk A training programme to groom Hong Kong Jockey Club telebet supervisors into becoming effective team leaders has successfully enabled scores of them to go beyond their 'call' duties. As a result of the training, more punters are using the telebet ...

  2. Signs of a lull before the pay storm breaks

    Posted Jul 12th 2009, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Chris Yeung On the face of it, a crisis over civil service pay has been averted. Anger over the findings of a survey on private-sector salaries, aggravated by police uproar about their pay mechanism, has abated. After Police Commissioner Tang King-shing's eleventh-hour intervention, unions called off a protest scheduled for June 28 - three days before the July 1 anti-government ...

  3. Police chief's stand puts Tsang on spot

    Posted Jun 28th 2009, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Chris Yeung When Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen highlighted his family ties to the police and the police chief promised to lead talks on higher pay for his officers, prompting police unions to scrap a protest march today, it said much about the state of Hong Kong's governance. Mr Tsang's impassioned plea, and the 11th-hour intervention of Police Commissioner ...

  4. Sharing the pain by sharing civil service pay cut won't wash

    Posted Jun 17th 2009, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Chris Yeung People could be forgiven for feeling bewildered about the pay cuts for Donald Tsang Yam-kuen's ministers and their assistants and some civil servants announced yesterday. The results of the annual pay trend survey of private sector salaries showed all civil servants' pay could be reduced, but the 5.38 per cent pay cut covers only 18,000 senior civil servants. ...

  5. Time for solidarity on minimum-wage law

    Posted Mar 25th 2009, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Chris Yeung When Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen cited looming economic uncertainties to justify a deferral in January of a public consultation on political reform, he opened ... the important phase of talks on a suitable wage level and the mechanism for implementation. Chris Yeung is the Post's editor-at-large. ...

  6. Engagement crucial to productivity

    Posted Apr 04th 2009, 12:00am by Seth Yeung

    ... Seth Yeung It seems the bad news just keeps on coming. Not a day goes by without the media reporting that a major corporation is slashing its workforce or introducing pay cuts. All this doom and gloom is casting a pall on workers around the world, according to human resources consultants. Employee engagement - a buzzword for companies fighting skyrocketing staff turnover less ...

  7. Hanging In there

    Posted Feb 28th 2009, 12:00am by Seth Yeung

    ... Seth Yeung The first quarter is traditionally the time for Hong Kong's legions of banking and finance sector workers to congratulate themselves on the size of their salary increases and speculate about pending bonus payments. But this year, with the economy firmly entrenched in a recession, the priority is simply to hang on to a job. Beyond that, being able to maintain the same ...

  8. Generation Y: living for the moment

    Posted Dec 15th 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... They shift from job to job, and splash out on luxury brands, gadgets, fine dining and travel, writes Miranda Yeung They might be arrogant, but they are work smart. They like to challenge ... economic force in the world. Hallie Yeung Hiu-shan, 24, works in an international bank, and it's her third job in the two years since she graduated. 'I first worked for an airline, ...

  9. Perils of the 'welfare trap'

    Posted Oct 30th 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... Miranda Yeung asks if handouts simply encourage a culture of dependence We have all heard stories of Chinese migrant workers who leave their rural homes and travel hundreds of kilometres to the big city in order to earn a few hundred dollars a month. If they get sick, it means no work and no money, no food for their family and no money for their children to go to school. In Britain, ...

  10. The hunt is on

    Posted Mar 05th 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... Although young workers are earning less than 10 years ago, there's a lot they can do to increase their worth, writes Miranda Yeung The government has revealed statistics showing the monthly median income for young people has fallen as much as 13.3 per cent, or HK$1,000, in the past decade. This is compared to an increase of 5.3 per cent over the entire workforce. A Profile ...




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