In a move that mirrors Hong Kong’s rising recruitment activity, leading recruiter Hays is relocating on 1st December to bigger premises in the prestigious International Commerce Centre (ICC). Hays Hong Kong confirms on their recent press release.
The firm’s journey to be number one in Hong Kong continues with relocation to new state of the art office at ICC. Since established in 2006, Hays in Hong Kong has gone from strength to strength over the past few years. It recruits qualified, professional and skilled people across a range of different industries and professions including accountancy & finance, banking & financial services, IT, construction, engineering and HR to name a few.
Hays has been in Hong Kong for a far shorter time period than its competitors and after outgrowing current premises in The Centre, has found the end of this year the right time to move. Accredited with the International Quality Standard ISO 9001:2008, Hays will be the first and only recruitment company in the ICC in what will be a brand new, modern designed office with state of the art facilities.
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Dean Stallard, Regional Director of Hays in Hong Kong says, “I wanted a platform that will solidify our competitive position in the market and show candidates and clients that Hays is a cut above the rest. It will give us the ability to scale up and become number one in the market, as well as accommodate our plans to double our headcount and attract quality talent to work at Hays.”
The move signifies Hays’ journey to becoming the number one recruitment company in Hong Kong and it will enable Hays to manage its increasing number of vacancies. The expansion also demonstrates a commitment to the local jobs market and a belief in its ongoing strength.
“For job seekers, our new location allows us to meet with more people to share information about job opportunities, as well as impart useful advice and market knowledge. Our expert consultants are available to support and manage job searches, give objective advice on how to achieve career aspirations in the short, medium and long term, and provide invaluable CV and interview tips,” said Dean.
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