Harmful elements in the air? Recruiters keeping calm everywhere (in Hong Kong)

Recruiters are stepping up to help candidates, clients and consultants alike keep calm and carry on amid ongoing pro-democracy protests threatening to bring Hong Kong to a standstill.

Hong Kong, which has been a special administrative region of China since rule of the region was transferred over from the UK in 1997, has been hit by a wave of pro-democracy protests over the last 10 weeks with protestors marching, participating in rallies and targeting the region’s airport and major transport links on Hong Kong’s MTR [mass transit railway] underground...

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