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Creating broad salary bands is a common practice throughout much of Asia, but more technology firms are now developing narrower salary ranges for in-demand job functions. How do they do this, and why does it work?
Radford, part of Aon, conducted surveys of technology companies in the US and China to assess the hot skills companies are most interested in acquiring, and in some cases, willing to pay hefty compensation premiums for. What to the results show?
Several of our leading workforce indicators point to a potential slowdown in the competition for talent in China; yet, the real story is probably far more interesting and complex. How?
In key innovation hubs such as Beijing, job postings still appear at a much faster rate than the pace with which potential candidates receive the education, training, and work experience required. How are technology companies getting creative in their talent strategies?
China's economic slowdown hasn’t dampened growth of its technology sector. Salary increases and voluntary turnover are high, while hiring remains strong. What are tech companies doing about this 'new normal' in China? More importantly, what must they do? Read on to find out.
From Asia to Europe to the US, accelerating demand for technical talent means companies are paying an equity premium. What should your company expect to offer in order to secure the best technical talent? Read this post for our findings from the Radford Global Technology Survey .
Internet of Things (IoT) will disrupt workplaces and will pose a new set of challenges for the function of HR. Read this article to learn more about the impact of IoT and what HR Managers can do to attract, reward and engage technical talent.
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