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About the Seminar
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C&B and HR Professionals

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Senior Management

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A Vast Range of Industries

Every year, the Pay Trend and Benefits (PTB) Seminar is one of the iconic events in the HR community.


Effective compensation and benefits is one of the key factors to attract talents and retain the best employees especially in times of change and uncertainty. This year, the PTB Seminar will give you insights on how to make your employer brand shine by sharing the mostdesired compensation and benefits (C&B) strategies. Findings of this year’s HKIHRM Pay Trend Survey, together with a topical study, will also be unveiled.

Speaking & Branding

It is an outstanding platform to provide sponsors with multiple solutions to achieve impactful results. Be a part of this annual event on the latest pay trend and benefits in town!

Networking Luncheon (New)



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About the HKIHRM

As the most representative HR professional body in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM) has a membership close to 5,200, of whom over 530 are corporate members. Founded in 1977, the HKIHRM aims at enhancing HR professional standards, and increasing the HR profession’s influence. Serving HR practitioners and SMEs, the Institute organises a wide range of professional programmes, including annual conference, seminars, awards programme, and multi-level training. It also provides various membership services, surveys, and an online journal. The HKIHRM is a member of the Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resource Management.



  • To be the leading professional human resource management and advisory institute



  • To develop, maintain and enhance professional human resource management standards through our members and partners

  • To increase the value and influence of the human resource management profession



  • Uphold the ethics and integrity of the HR profession

  • Share an independent and balanced view on people issues

  • Advance HR professionalism through sharing foresight and best practices

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