Corporate Newsletter December 2014
Roadshow at Shatin MTR station
Roadshow at Shatin MTR station
As part of our job seeker acquisition campaign, a roadshow was recently held at Shatin MTR station. Over two days, we reached 400,000 job seekers, encouraging them to use the jobsDB mobile app and the Search by Salary function.

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jobsDB Highlight  jobsDB Highlights

Nurturing the next generation

Nurturing the next generation

To support young talent and prepare them for career development in the years ahead, jobsDB actively participates in a wide range of school projects. On 25 Nov, Mr. Cho Yiu Kuk, Managing Director of jobsDB Hong Kong Limited, was invited to give a speech at the Mentoring Programme organised by the Accounting Students’ Society of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. The programme provides an opportunity for undergraduates to build long-lasting relationships with their mentors from renowned accounting bodies. Kuk shared his insights on job market trends with the young audience, focusing especially on the accounting sector.

On top of the Mentoring Program, jobsDB is promoting employers who hire management trainees and provide young job seekers with career tips

Read more about our Management Trainee special.

If you want to promote your Management Trainee openings with us, contact us at


Advice to fresh graduates: “Pay attention to government policy”

In an exclusive interview with Capital Weekly on salary trends for fresh graduates, Mr. Justin Yiu, General Manager of jobsDB Hong Kong Limited, advised young job seekers to be aware of government policy’s impact on the job market. He also urged fresh graduates on, reminding them that once they have gained a few years of experience, they could look forward to increased bargaining power in the job market. For full article, please refer to issue 472 of Capital Weekly.

Human Resources Insights  Human Resources Insights

Hong Kong job seekers on the go

Hong Kong job seekers on the go

According to the latest survey conducted by Hays, a growing number of job seekers now prefer to use a smartphone to search for jobs anytime, anywhere. The survey asked 584 Hong Kong job seekers on their job searching preferences. 56% reported they search mainly via mobile devices and sometimes via desktop computers.

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Use behavioural-based questions to spot the best talent

When faced with an afternoon line-up of interviews to fill a vacancy in your department, how can you be sure to pick the best candidate for the role?

Using behavioural-based questions helps you to better understand a candidate’s actual experience and approach, and find out how they will actually perform in the workplace.

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