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Completely Missing the Point (China)

Posted on November 1, 2008 at 1:23am 0 Comments

It has been around for decades, and is conducted using a well-defined and validated methodology.



So It’s such a pity that the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey (MEOS) survey completely misses the point for China.



The study is infused with cautious optimism, and everything is ‘positive’ or at least ’steady’. Phrases like ‘considerable year-over-year improvement’ are used to create the… Continue

Justifiable Hiring Optimism?

Posted on October 6, 2008 at 11:23am 0 Comments

It’s difficult to put your best foot forward when your China hiring report is released as major financial institutions have just gone into a major meltdown.



Such is life.



Of course, the Hudson Report for July to September 2008 is as deep and accurate as you would normally expect from them. We just have to adjust many of the results downwards.



The trends should be much the same as in the report but the optimism is much less warranted. 2009 looks like a bit of a… Continue

China Earthquake - Ways to help

Posted on May 20, 2008 at 5:50am 0 Comments

(This post is not related to the issue of recruiting but sometimes you just have to respond. I have been asked by a few people for some context that would help them understand the situation on the ground in Sichuan, on the basis that I am at least nearer. But I doubt my ability to even begin to describe what is happening.



Others have asked how they can help. This I can do (see list below). )






Sichuan Earthquake



Here on the well-off East Coast… Continue

Googletopia - You Really Need to Work Here!

Posted on April 24, 2008 at 10:43am 0 Comments

It started out two years ago with a viral email that was sent around China showing pictures of the Google offices in Beijing.



They looked pretty much like this first set below. No one is sure who sent the original email but it did a better job of building a Recruitment Brand than all the initiatives that internal HR is likely to have taken in Google China over the past few years.



A conspiracy theory approach would… Continue

China on the Rise - A Visual Take

Posted on April 21, 2008 at 8:30am 0 Comments

From a hiring perspective you could just as easily be watching the rise of salaries in China, but if you want a visual illustration as to why the War for Talent in China is so difficult to win, this video comparison of exports in Asia over the past 14 years is just the ticket.



You can actually see China rising up like a Goliath, and dwarfing the other countries in the region.



This export increase is mirrored by the rise in… Continue

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At 6:29pm on June 6, 2009, Ravi said…
Using cards for a effective communication strategy

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At 10:43am on June 24, 2008, Susan Burns said…
Hi Frank! How are you? Seems like months since we were in Amsterdam....probably becuz it is! Great to see your picture while on RB.com this morning. What's Shanghai like these days - hope I'm remembering correctly that this is where you are. Between the Olympics and the earthquake this is quite a year for China. Cheers!!
At 4:57am on August 31, 2007, Frank Mulligan said…
Ian,

Please send Resume to my personal address frankmulliganchina at gmail.com I am not working in this area at the moment but I have a few friends in the business in China who are. You can skype me at talentsoftware next week. Heading home soon, as I am sure you are too. ( I used to live in Singapura)

Frank
At 4:40am on August 31, 2007, Jimmy Riddle said…
Hi Frank I wonder if you can give me some advice? I have over 20 years experience in the sale of semiconductor capital equipment. More specifically wafer and package inspection tools to IDM's and Subcon Assembly/Test Houses. While I have a lot of experience and a wealth of contacts my academic achievements are non-existent. I happened to have risen through the ranks from Field Service Engineer, Applications, Product Manager to Sales Director. I actually held the title of Vice President for one company. I'm currently based in Singapore, I'm an EU citizen with a Green card for the US. Are any of your clients associated with the Semiconductor Industry? I have sent my resume to approximately 50 recruiters but with little response. Thanks for any feedback you can provide.
 
 
 

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