This report examines salary and recruitment trends as well as factors influencing the flow of labor markets in China and Hong Kong.
In particular, executive recruiter Hudson Asia looks at how good and poor leaders affect business performance and how organizations in Greater China can ensure they are producing strong leaders both in the short- and long-term.
The research involved 1, 274 employers and 1,515 employees in the two markets. It found that the majority in China (55.2%) and two-thirds in Hong Kong (65.3%) have invested in leadership development programs, but these do not necessarily work.
- Executive Summary
- China and Hong Kong’s Tight Labor Markets
- Salaries are Rising Steadily
- Staff Turnovers is High
- Poor Managers Undermine Business Performance
- Great Leaders Create Long-Lasting Value
- The Qualities of a good Leader
- Why Aren’t Leadership Development Programs More Effective?
- How to Develop World-Class leaders
- Market Trends & Salary Tables