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Andy Wong joins us to talk about BessingWhite and career development. As a senior consultant, Andy tells us about BlessingWhite and how to keep employee engagement and retain qualified candidates in a company.
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Andy Wong

Andy Wong joins us to talk about BessingWhite and career development. As a senior consultant, Andy tells us about BlessingWhite and how to keep employee engagement and retain qualified candidates in a company. Meanwhile, he compares the differences between western and Chinese HR management, plus something that HR managers have to obtain during training the employees. Click the video and find out more.

Andy is a senior consultant at BlessingWhite, a global consulting firm dedicated to creating sustainable high-performance organizations. He graduated in chemical engineering with honors in RMIT Australia and seconded to work in USA for more than 12 years of career with oil and gas industry, Ashland Inc and Air Products & Chemicals Inc, 6 years based in Taiwan as international assignment to develop Asia Pacific market. After graduating MBA with university of Chicago in 2006, Andy came to Shanghai to start a career in executive search consultancy. After 4 years he started Human Capital consultancy firm working with international consulting partners like iViewExpress, People Assessments, Kirkpatrick Partners and BlessingWhite and also focusing on business driven action learning in organization development with Yury Boshyk and Steve Mercer.

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China Careers

Interviews with HR managers, presidents of MNCs, entrepreneurs, and candidates, and wide range of topics designed to bring both companies and candidates useful and timely information on the human resources industry in China. Offering fresh insight into all aspects of the recruitment process, providing powerful tools and tips that will help companies find the best candidates,and candidates the best jobs in China.

Erik gain

Host: Erik Gain - Co-Founder & Managing Director, GPlusMedia Co.,Ltd

Erik Gain moved to Japan in February of 1994 to seek his fortune as an expat-entrepreneur, and has lived and established businesses in Japan and China, including Nagoya, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Shanghai. He is one of the co-founders and the Managing Director of GPlusMedia Co., Ltd, a Japan based corporation that publishes several of Japan's leading English-Japanese websites, including JapanToday.com, GaijinPot.com, and Ecentral.jp, the official jobsite of the ACCJ (American Chamber of Commerce in Japan).
Gain moved to Shanghai in 2009 to expand his China based business, which include the CareerEngine.org Jobsite Network. CareerEngine.org is an Asia-wide white label online job board platform, which is used to power job boards for a wide range of partners including major foreign chambers of commerce, online and print publications, and educational institutions.

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