HONG KONG PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL
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HONG KONG PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1967
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $250m to $1bn (HKD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    KOWLOON TONG
  • Link
    HONG KONG PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL website
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Rating is calculated based on 12 reviews and is evolving.

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Associate Consultant in Hong Kong
on July 5, 2022
Good company for exposure in R&D environment, stable career
Deadlines are tight and have to work so efficiently to finish all the tasks within the deadlines. It can provide lots of chances to learn and apply the knowledge of web development
Engineering Officer in Kowloon City District, Kowloon
on May 17, 2022
Stressful, Not a good place to start the career
The workplace culture is not good for graduate students with no previous work experience. The salary is not high and there is a lack of progression. A lot of KPIs while the works are not really helping the clients.
Engineering Officer in Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
on February 22, 2022
Not for the technically ambitious ones, a review for the APAS department
The company has limited core technology in the field, the management do no have the appropriate resources or industrial know-how to direct the technical development of projects.The situation has gotten worse as one of the major sub-division leads left the company, likely due to the politics and the macroenvironment in Hong Kong, leading to even more staff leaving.The compensation and physical office environment is great for an early career position. However progression is limited and people development for technical talents on pragmatic skills is non-existent.For Details, see Pros and Cons
Engineering Officer in Hong Kong
on September 28, 2021
Fair place for fresh graduate
It provides fair salary for engineering fresh graduate ($18k up at 2020). But the career path is very limited and salary raise is extremely low. Huge income target and no comission provided.
Head of Digital Integration Services in Kowloon Tong, Kowloon
on October 16, 2019
To Faclitate i 4.0 & e4.0
Responsible for managing and lead the Digital Integration Services team for Technology Commercialization and Digital Transformation consulting and applications. Develop and implement digital transformation roadmap and execution plan. Lead the professional teams to provide market-driven consultancy services on AI, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics and Enterprise Transformation solutions for Enterprise and SME so as to facilitate e4.0 and i4.0 Digital transformation strategies. Develop and leverage on the technical and business competencies to create new business opportunities pertinent to business needs in the market in Hong Kong, Mainland and ASEAN countries. Establish and maintain strong network and develop various platforms to strengthen the collaboration and partnership amongst Academia, Professional Bodies and solutions providers. Provide consultation on applying for IT Funding and develop opportunities and build a sustainable business model and achieve KPIs and ROIs. Safeguard operational and financial processes within the divisions to comply with the latest corporate governance requirements

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