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5 ways to break the ice and build rapport quickly at your new workplace

5 ways to break the ice and build rapport quickly at your new workplace
First day of work can sometimes be a tad overwhelming. Not only are you tasked with learning everything about your new role, but you also need to learn the name of your colleagues, their roles and how the organisation runs.

To help you ease into your new workplace, here are some ice breakers so you can learn the ropes and get to know your team mates faster.

 
 
 

How to get in the right mindset before you start your new job

How to get in the right mindset before you start your new job
You’ve done it. You’ve made one of the biggest decisions in life – deciding to leave your job to pursue new challenges. Congratulations and well done!

You are excited yet, you might find that you are a bit nervous about the prospect of starting afresh. This is completely normal.

As you look to uncertain times ahead, the following steps will set you up for success; both in your new role and as you continue to progress in your career more broadly.

 
 
 

Hudson celebrates 18 years in China

Hudson celebrates 18 years in China
As Hudson China steps into its 18th Anniversary this year, we kicked off our celebrations with two exclusive client events in Beijing and Shanghai. We were honoured to have Ms Guo Yue, Head of Human Resources, Taikang Asset Management and Ms Annie Wang, HRVP, Bayer Pharmaceuticals China and APAC, share their insights with our clients.

 
 
 

Make your professional new year resolutions stick

Make your professional new year resolutions stick
Will you make a set of new year’s resolutions on January 1, like so many of us do every year?

And more importantly, will you still remember them a month later?

 
 
 

Cultural fit and diversity: can they go hand in hand?

Cultural fit and diversity: can they go hand in hand?
Diversity is a hot topic and no longer just a compliance measure but a key in fuelling innovation in organisations. Organisations agree that you need diversity of thought to solve problems in an effective way.

At the same time, hiring for cultural fit is increasingly becoming important as employers see the benefits of a cohesive work culture. Research suggests that when employees fit the work culture they are more engaged, which leads to better performance, retention, customer service and happier employees.

 
 
 

Rethinking talent acquisition strategies to respond to employee driven market

Rethinking talent acquisition strategies to respond to employee driven market
With hiring activities in Hong Kong tipped to remain vibrant during 2018, employers can expect to face stiff competition to acquire talent with the skills they need and fill in-demand roles, according to the latest Hudson Talent Trends Asia report.

As Hong Kong employers vie for top talent, in addition to meeting pay expectations, providing soft skills training and offering flexible work arrangements can strengthen the overall attraction and retention proposition.

 
 
 

The best questions to ask in a job interview to assess the workplace culture

The best questions to ask in a job interview to assess the workplace culture
What questions can you ask in a job interview to help you decide if the organisation is right for you?

 
 
 

Three tips for leading a multinational team to success

Three tips for leading a multinational team to success
The way we work together is changing. Globalisation, expansion into new markets and flexible workplaces require diverse teams of people working together: virtual teams, cross-border teams, matrixed organisations.

Working with people you do not see – or who live in a different time zone, or think, talk, feel or act differently from you – can make even simple tasks difficult.

 
 
 

How to speed up innovation: collaborate and separate

How to speed up innovation: collaborate and separate

Organisations need more than great ideas to drive innovation: they need collaboration with experts and separation from day-to-day operations. Here’s what Hudson APAC’s CEO, Mark Steyn, has learned from accelerating Hudson’s innovation agenda in 2017.

 
 
 

How looking at data helped strengthen our leadership pipeline

How looking at data helped strengthen our leadership pipeline
Case study: John Holland uses data for succession planning

How do you decide who to promote into senior leadership roles? Here’s how property and construction group John Holland uses data from Hudson Talent Management leadership assessments for succession planning.

 
 
 
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