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Despite Brexit plans, business remained buoyant in 2016 and we planned for future expansion! Here is an overview of what happened at People First in 2016.
We continued to settle into our spacious new offices in Ironmonger Lane in the City and we relocated our Staines offices to Old Bridge House in May.
Team China expanded in 2017:-
ZW HR Consulting, a Chinese mid-senior level staffing solutions and talent management services provider has published a report on employees’ most desirable employee benefits in China which found that the majority of HR professionals stated that their employees would prefer health and insurance benefits, followed closely by flexible working arrangements and increased annual leave.
The survey findings have been drawn from the views of HR professionals from more than 1,500 organizations in China.
ZW… Read more
The wallets of Japan’s workers ended up a bit fatter last year, with total earnings rising the most since 2010.
Total pay rose 0.5 percent from the previous year to an average ¥3.78 million ($33,673), while the number of hours worked dropped. Regular workers saw an increase in pay, while part-timers, who are an increasingly large sector of the workforce, saw their income decline 0.1 percent.
The rise provided some good news for… Read more
Japan should tap the potential of young workers and encourage more people in their 30s and 40s to become chief executive officers, as part of a reform to revitalize the economy toward 2030, a government task force said Wednesday.
Amid the graying of its society, Japan also needs to step up support for people with dementia and work to eradicate car accidents involving the elderly by making use of an automatic braking and… Read more
We were delighted to receive this recent update on our sponsored orangutan, Gunung. Last year, we heard that Gunung had graduated to forest school. The latest report advised us that he is going from strength to strength in his new environment!
The candidate skills shortage has been discussed at length in the recruitment press and generalist media and we have observed this first hand over the past year. In order to ensure that you, as an employer, don’t miss out on the very best talent in 2017, here are some of the key things we recommend: