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Hong Kong’s best human resources recruiters

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The face of HR within an organisation is changing and the function is evolving into a true business partner and strategic advisor and a critical participant in all key business decisions.

Relationship building is essential when it comes to recruiting talent with niche skills such as professional experience in human resources. The winners of this category are able to ensure a constant growing of the talent pool of human resources specialists and help companies recruit senior human resources professionals across all sectors and domains.

At the HR Vendors of the Year awards in 2017, Chandler Macleod was awarded gold in the Best Recruitment Firm– Human Resources category in Hong Kong. The silver award went to Morgan Philips Hong Kong and Mogan McKinley took home the bronze award.

The HR Vendors of the Year awards, organised by Human Resources, is a long-running annual report that recognises the best solution providers in Asia – Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia.

In the 12th edition of the research, all winners were ranked based on a two-tier selection process – an online survey amongst a selected database of HR professionals, followed by submissions by finalists detailing their prowess for a panel of more than 50 senior HR leaders.

Best Recruitment Firm– Human Resources

Gold  Chandler Macleod
Silver Morgan Philips Hong Kong
Bronze Morgan McKinley

ALSO VIEW: Photos from HR Vendors of the Year 2017 awards, Hong Kong

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Become a true strategic partner to the business by leveraging data and analytics to make strategic talent decisions.
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