Most Hong Kong firms plan to boost pay by 3 per cent but pace of hiring set to slow, survey finds | Hong Kong employees are likely to receive a 3 per cent pay rise on average this year as employers tread carefully with their budget planning amid grow

Most Hong Kong firms plan to boost pay by 3 per cent but pace of hiring set to slow, survey finds

Most Hong Kong firms plan to boost pay by 3 per cent but pace of hiring set to slow, survey finds

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Hong Kong employees are likely to receive a 3 per cent pay rise on average this year as employers tread carefully with their budget planning amid growing economic uncertainties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, according to an annual survey.  The poll found 82 per cent of the city’s firms would freeze their headcounts for this year, while about 35 per cent would either reduce their bonus payouts or offer no extra payment at all.Consultancy firm Mercer surveyed 536 middle-to-large-sized…


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