Getting Hong Kong’s construction engine going: From a labour perspective

Getting Hong Kong’s construction engine going: From a labour perspective

Hong Kong’s suffering competitiveness will help break the deadlock on debates regarding imported labour. Attracting young talent and promoting greater use of technology are among…

Expert calls for government initiative in face of rising construction costs

Expert calls for government initiative in face of rising construction costs

Major cost components – with an emphasis on labour – of the construction industry hinder progress for Hong Kong. R&D and the development of construction…

Hong Kong compelled to adapt to chronic labour shortage

Hong Kong compelled to adapt to chronic labour shortage

Hong Kong’s infrastructural development is hindered by labour shortage in the construction industry, a combined effort from all sectors will shed new light to the issue. (Photo…

Hong Kong’s labour market faces repercussions from infrastructural race

Hong Kong’s labour market faces repercussions from infrastructural race

Developers and investors seek solutions while being faced with significant labour shortages, hindering planned infrastructure projects. (Photo credit: Chris Lusher)

The Mirage of PRD Integration: Labour fragmentation will frustrate regional ambitions

The Mirage of PRD Integration: Labour fragmentation will frustrate regional ambitions

Ambitious city cluster plans will not succeed if the  fragmentation of the cross-border labour force  persists. Photo: Chris Lusher

Bad boot: CDNIS bypassed procedure in firing vice-principal

Bad boot: CDNIS bypassed procedure in firing vice-principal

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Harbour View: Labour Clash

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