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Latest Events

2024 HR Workshop: Technologies X MBTI Personalities - Attract and Retain Talents

COL has successfully held an HR Workshop under the theme “Technologies X MBTI Personalities - Attract and Retain Talents” at HKIHRM on March 22.

The HR professionals responded positively to our speakers’ presentations on the innovative “HR Mobile Apps” and “Recruiting Management System”.

In addition, our guest speaker 「Joshua」 provided helpful and practical recommendations for maximizing the application of the MBTI 16-type personality test at the workplace.

We truly appreciate all your great support.

Chill-chat & Learn 2023 Networking Seminar and Solution Showcase

Theming as “Chill-chat & Learn 2023”, COL has recently organized a networking event under a relaxing environment at Brick Lane on 17 November, introducing our latest HRMS and Learning solutions to HR and IT professionals and gained positive feedback and support.

Our honourable  guest speaker from PwC had also shared the and gained positive feedback and support.  2023 cyber threat landscape in Hong Kong, alerting us the new attacking models of Threat Actor and increasing number of victims.  Organizations  have raised the awareness of taking strong precautions against cyber threat from these lessons learned. 

We all have a joyful and fruitful Friday afternoon with informative takeaways.

HKIHRM Pay Trend & Benefits Seminar 2023

COL is very pleased to participate in the HKIHRM “Pay Trend and Benefits Seminar 2023” held on October 19. Comparing the annual base pay adjustment by business sector, “Healthcare” (4.3%) topped the list of average base salary adjustment increases by industry, along with “Logistics & Transportation” (4.3%), followed by “Building  Engineering & Construction” (4.2%) in second place. The survey also projects the average salary increase next year in 2024 will be 4.1% (5.4% GBA), which is more ideal than the previous year.

Hong Kong enterprises and employers have faced severe labour shortage amid outbound migration and the increasing labour cost across industries.  Under the challenging labour market, the speakers completely shared their insights and experiences with support from the research and survey, to assist HR professionals and companies in “Attracting and Retaining Talent”– the theme of the seminar.  

HKIHRM Annual Conference & Exhibition 2023

COL is thrilled to be a part of this year's HKIHRM Annual Conference & Exhibition with the theme "Blueprint for Success: The Rise of Talent in Hong Kong." It is an amazing opportunity to greet visionary HR professionals and reconnect with friends in the industry. Speakers and panelist have given valuable insights covering workforce and workplace trends, hiring difficulties and solutions, diversity and inclusive with multi-generations and people of differences. Mr Wong Kam Po, a former world champion cyclist, has underscored his passion and time are the keys to success. Truly thanks to those who came to visit our booth, we all have fun!

COL New Office Grand Opening Party

We are delighted to announce that our office has been successfully relocated to APM, Kwun Tong in January 2023, just before the Chinese New Year. Continuing the festive atmosphere, we have organized a grand opening party to celebrate with colleagues, long term partners and supporters. It’s so relaxing, joyful and cordial. Really like an old friend, freely chit chat, eat and drink, and taking photos. At the end, each guest received a small gift of “iBakery – Social Enterprise” cookies in supporting the people with disabilities.

Truly thanks for everyone’s presence in the party and even those who cannot join.  You have given us a great support as always. 

HKIHRM Pay Trend & Benefits Seminar 2022

We are very pleased to continuing support and sponsor the “HKIHRM Pay Trend & Benefits Seminar” this year on 20th Oct.  The “Pay Trend Survey Results Highlights” section is still the spotlight of the whole event.  Surprisingly, the results have shown that the “Banking & Financial Services” sector was only at the 2nd highest annual base pay adjustment (4.5%) in 2022, while “Telecommunication, Multi-media & Technology” sector has largely exceeded it to the top at (9.8%).  The positive average annual base pay adjustment is continually projected to 2023 at (3.6%).

The seminar has also covered the “Great Resignation” and “Labour Shortage”  challenges with solutions to retaining talents and sourcing alternative talent pools.   The recent rising trend of “Lying Flat” and “Quiet Quitting” are quietly affecting the current employee engagement at work where we must pay more attention to.

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