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September 22, 2008

Asia Human Resource Expo, 2008 Shanghai, China

JW Grace attended the Asia Human Resource Expo, 2008 & the 6th China Human Resource Expo held in Shanghai International Convention Center Sep 19th and 20th. The grand Expo is hosted by China Human Resource Association and China Business. Offers the most comprehensive and high-qualified professional exhibition, enables HR professionals to build up a regional community. More than 100 influential Asian HR companies and organizations joined as exhibitors, including Adecco, Randstad, ChinaHR… and so on. Over 5,000 professional HR audiences came to the Convention. Famous news agencies like China Daily and China Business News provided media support to the Expo.

JW Grace is taking this excellent opportunity introducing her HR consulting solutions to the professional HR audiences and built up connections with professionals from different areas and industries. During this Convention, JW Grace has shared her views regarding to the future development of the HR Market in China, especially in Executive Search business.

June 16, 2008

JW Grace Open House Party

An Open House is planned to be held on Saturday afternoon at the end of this month. We will warmly welcome our friends and clients to spend one or two hours leisurely with us in the JW Grace Office. In the party, the guests may know more about our staff, our office, and our business at the same time when they enjoy some afternoon tea.

June 12, 2008

The salary rises greatly in Shanghai MNCs in 2007

A leading HR Services provider, CIIC, has released their 2007 salary report about the MNCs in Shanghai. Nearly 400 famous MNCs took part in the surveys, including over 40 Fortune 500 companies. The result shows that the average salary has increased 8.9% last year in Shanghai MNCs. The salary level of professional technological workers in 2007 is 9.4% higher than that in 2006. And the growth rate of positions above supervisor is even higher, reaching 10.3%. At the same time, the turnover rate also reaches 15.5%, slightly higher than 2006.