Raising funds for Lap Dog Challenge 2020 for the fifth consecutive year, ISG in Hong Kong and Commtech Asia partnered up with two teams of five runners to participate in the charity run on 7 November and completed an amazing 812 laps and a combined distance of 325km.
ISG in Hong Kong is honoured to have received the Good MPF Employer Award for the sixth time, recognising the business’s effort in providing retirement benefits for its employees that comply with or even are beyond the standard of Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) legislation.
Participating for the fourth consecutive year, a team of five tough ISG and Commtech Asia members in Hong Kong joined an annual fundraising run, ‘Lap Dog Challenge 2019’.
ISG in Hong Kong is delighted to have received the Good MPF Employer Award 2018-19, which recognises the business’s employee initiatives that comply with Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) legislation and provision of outstanding retirement benefits for its employees.
ISG in Hong Kong is honoured to have received the second health and safety accolade - Safety Performance Award in the “construction industries” category, at the 18th Hong Kong Occupational Safety & Health Award held at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai.
Consecutively recognised for the second year, ISG in Hong Kong is honoured to have received a silver award during the 20th Construction Safety Forum and Award Presentation Ceremony held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai.
Following the launch of ISG's new health and safety programme, ‘Choose Safe. Choose Health.’, ISG in Hong Kong hosted its annual health and safety charter workshop at Montery Plaza, Kwun Tong with the objective to promote the latest industry-leading health and safety practice across the workplace and construction sites.
On an exclusive invitation by a consultancy firm, ISG’s managing director of North Asia, Tim Threlkeld took the stage at the firm’s annual leadership conference, to deliver a TED-inspired presentation about ISG’s latest technology innovations around the world.
Participating for the second year, nine team members from ISG Hong Kong participated in ‘Goodman Interlink Magic Mile Charity Run’ in March, which involved a one-mile race to the top of a 15-storey cargo ramp located in Tsing Yi, Hong Kong.
In an exclusive interview with Classified Post, ISG’s managing director of North Asia, Tim Threlkeld, provided insight on ISG’s HR strategies that help the business stay ahead of the competition and drive business growth, where talent scarcity in the construction landscape remains a challenge.