Chinese Labor Market Orientation
Timing for job seeking: Two Waves of Campus Recruitment
In China, campus recruitment for new graduates is usually a long journey which takes place over several months. The majority of Chinese employers prefer to start campus recruitment in September and send offers in spring, making the last round of contacts with job seekers in June. Most Chinese domestic graduates grab their offers during this period of campus recruiment. Symbolised by the starting point, there are two waves of the campus recruitment season in China: one from September to June, the other from February/March to June. Both have the same structure containing the following seven steps...
Top Chinese Employers
Founded in 2012, DiDi is the world’s largest mobile transportation service platform, offering a broad range of mobile technology-based transportation options in over 400 major Chinese cities. These options including taxi hiring, private car hiring, Hitch (social ride-sharing), Chauffeur, DiDi Bus, DiDi Test Drive, and DiDi Enterprise Solutions. With over 87 percent share of the Chinese private car-hiring market. DiDi is far larger than all of the other ODM...MORE
Voice of Chinese HRs
Classic questions during a structured interview
In many structured interviews, the final result is in fact decided by the answer to the question asked. Interviewers tend to assess your professional knowledge, skills, personality and value in order to evaluate whether you are suitable for the position.
Classic question 1: What is the most successful thing/ the biggest setback you have ever done/had?
This type of questions usually tests your self-evaluation, analysis and summing-up abilities...MORE