We believe that our employees receive competitive remuneration packages with a variety of benefits which include medical care, retirement schemes and discretionary bonuses.
We strive to ensure that every employee receives regular, objective, fair, and open assessments of their performance and is rewarded accordingly with merit-based incentives. We have a PDR system in place to streamline the assessment processes and ensure consistency across the Company.
In 2019, we started asking our office employees to align their annual performance goals with each SD Pillar. We also conducted a remuneration review of our Mainland China offices this year to ensure that our employees in these offices receive fair pay internally and a competitive salary within the industry.
We have launched a new online employer branding communication strategy to ensure that we continue to attract and retain talent. We plan on introducing a new target as one of our future KPIs, namely to be identified as a “preferred employer” by 2030.
For the fourth consecutive year, we were named one of the top three companies to work for in Hong Kong by the Randstad Employer Brand Awards. This year, 75 of Hong Kong’s largest companies (based on workforce size) competed in these awards, the results of which were determined by the opinions of 3,700 locally-based employees and job seekers. We were cited in particular for our career progression opportunities, our pleasant working atmosphere and our use of the latest technologies.