Top Recruiters in Hong Kong and Asia 2022 As Asia’s largest community of recruiters, we pride ourselves in bringing the top recruiters across different disciplines for employers hiring in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and the rest of Asia. Three of the most popular recruitment market in Asia (Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia) are home to … Continue reading
If Elon Musk is full-time on recruitment, you should too.
Hiring is a problem, and startup hiring is even more so. Recruiting is a full-time commitment, and it never ends – new roles come up every day to cope with growth plans, and it feels like we can never hire fast enough. When it comes to talents, even Elon Musk is tweeting away for his … Continue reading If Elon Musk is full-time on recruitment, you should too.
#ReinventingRecruiters Series – Hiro Toyota
Hiro Toyota, a Kiwi-Japanese Hong Konger, got into recruitment after spending some years in the retail industry. He began his career in a Hong Kong-based recruitment firm founded and led by ex-Michael Page employees – KOS International. Leveraging his retail knowledge, Hiro excelled in his recruitment career. He took the traditional career path – spent … Continue reading #ReinventingRecruiters Series – Hiro Toyota
#ReinventingRecruiters Series – Iris Hui
Iris’ first encounter with the recruitment industry was with Ranstad, a global recruitment agency that has specialized lines of businesses. Given her background in tax and accounting from KPMG, the firm assigned her to the Accounting Recruitment team. At first, recruitment was fun and exciting because she was connecting with different people from all walks … Continue reading #ReinventingRecruiters Series – Iris Hui
#ReinventingRecruiters series – what is Find Recruiter?
Borrowing the idea of #InventingAnna and its possible sequel #ReinventingAnna, we decided to coin our video series #ReInventingRecruiters. Instead of inventing Con Artists, we are reinventing recruiters and, on a larger scale, how recruitment should be done. Recruitment is a traditional industry, many firms are close to a century-old (Adecco was founded in 1957, Robert … Continue reading #ReinventingRecruiters series – what is Find Recruiter?
Tech Hiring Tips from CTO’s and CEO’s
I’ve been a tech recruiter since 2008 and witnessed tremendous growth in this sector over the past decade. Last year alone, the recruitment market saw over USD 500 billion in revenues and more than 30% attributed to tech-related hirings. The technology recruitment sector has shown no signs of slowing down. With obvious opportunities ahead for … Continue reading Tech Hiring Tips from CTO’s and CEO’s
My First 2 Weeks Experience Working with Find Recruiter
I’ve been a tech recruiter for the past decade and every day I would meet amazing technologists who build products that change the way we work and live. Influenced by these amazing people, I’ve always wanted to be part of a team that builds tools for recruiters like myself, and that will help many others … Continue reading My First 2 Weeks Experience Working with Find Recruiter
Find Recruiter receives its first-ever funding from WNJ
Find Recruiter is extremely excited to announce an official partnership with WNJ Ventures. For the past 3 years, Find Recruiter has been a bootstrapped venture with the mission to streamline the recruitment processes for companies via their collaborative platform between employers and specialist recruiters. By having a community of over 500 recruiters across Hong Kong, … Continue reading Find Recruiter receives its first-ever funding from WNJ
Why do recruiters leave recruitment firms?
Recruiters encourage people to change jobs, so much that they also leave their jobs often – is this inevitable? There are over 6000 recruiters and more than 1600 professional recruitment agencies in Hong Kong. It’s bizarre to find out that there are more recruitment firms than 7-11’s in Hong Kong! Out of the 1600+ agencies, … Continue reading Why do recruiters leave recruitment firms?
How to predict if my candidate will reject my offer
Recruitment is probably one of the most difficult jobs when it comes to “closing the deal”. It’s not about the size of the deal; how great your offer is; or even how attractive the company you represent is. When it comes to recruitment, we’re dealing with a product (i.e. candidates) that can essentially say no … Continue reading How to predict if my candidate will reject my offer