Morgan Philips Greater China Talent Report, now in its 7th edition, takes the pulse of over 3000 Greater China professionals and executives. For the first time, this year, the research was conducted in partnership with Assessfirst, a leading global on-line provider of talent assessment solutions in order to drill deeper into work culture and leadership style preferences.
The research revealed the following trends.
“The questions asked are inspired by our daily practice of searching for and attracting the right talent” commented Christine Raynaud, Greater China CEO and the author of the report. “In our experience, 2016 proved to be a year when no company could remain still or unchallenged in Greater China, be it international companies with growth, pricing and productivity pressures, China firms with big global ambitions, or new market entrants seeking growth and opportunities where others saw slowdown and restructuring”
In 2017, employers and talent link success with their ability to change and compete fiercely throughout another challenging year.