A scheme to allow in talented mainlanders should be subject to extra supervision, unionist legislators said. They also complained yesterday about the lack of workers' representatives on the 14-member selection committee. Ten members are from the business sector and four are academics. Legislator Chan Yuen-han, of the Federation of Trade Unions, said some committee members had close business ties with the mainland. 'The scheme should be supervised by the [Legco] manpower panel,' Ms Chan said during yesterday's manpower panel meeting. Unionist legislator Leung Yiu-chung said: 'We have already heard that a firm wanted to hire mainlanders for $8,000 a month. It might become another labour-import scheme.' The Admission of Talent Scheme allows 2,000 talented people from the mainland and overseas to work in Hong Kong. They must have excellent research and publication records, and have graduated from one of about 200 universities on the mainland or abroad.