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HKBU to launch first Greater Bay Area Pay and Benefits Survey 

25 Apr 2019

(Front row from left) Professor Randy Chiu, Director of the HKBU Centre for Human Resources Strategy and Development; Professor Liu Shanshi, Director of the SCUT Research Centre for Human Resources Management; and Dr Aaron Chiang, President of HKPMAl sign the collaboration agreement.
(Front row from left) Professor Randy Chiu, Director of the HKBU Centre for Human Resources Strategy and Development; Professor Liu Shanshi, Director of the SCUT Research Centre for Human Resources Management; and Dr Aaron Chiang, President of HKPMAl sign the collaboration agreement. 

HKBU Centre for Human Resources Strategy and Development, the Hong Kong People Management Association (HKPMA) and the Research Centre for Human Resources Management at the South China University of Technology (SCUT) in Guangzhou will jointly conduct the first Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Pay and Benefits Survey. 

 

The collaboration agreement was signed at a ceremony yesterday. The Survey aims to increase business’s, government department’s and academics’ knowledge of the salary and reward management practices of the companies in the Greater Bay Area. It also hopes to generate strategic and reliable pay and benefits information for various organisational areas, including the attraction and recruitment of new talent. 

 

The survey will cover about 350 positions at about 300 organisations in the financial, education, engineering, catering, energy chemical engineering and medical sectors. The first round of the survey will start in July and the results will be announced in October this year.