Finding the right people to work for your company is never an easy task, sometimes it can feel like everyone who applies just isn't the right fit, until there's that one that jumps off the page in personality and experience. The one that could start the job running rather than stumbling. The one that has the same vision as you. The one with the knowledge to help execute your big ideas. It's almost like you're playing a game of Where's Wally when you're searching for talent, especially in a saturated market such as Hong Kong. So what's one to do?
It’s likely that when you went college to finish a “for employment” course, you were one of those who dreamed of an esteemed white collar job that entails being part of an office. There’s this prevailing preconception that having a decent and satisfying job means working at an office. However, once you reach the age when you become aware of the realities of life, you start changing your perception and perspectives. Suddenly, being an office employee is no longer as prestigious as it used to sound.