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The Airport Authority Recruitment Day provides 1,500 vacancies for Indian ground staff: work hard to get appreciation, salary increase and promotion

2023-02-12T16:16:15.446Z


With the gradual relaxation of inbound tourism measures in Hong Kong, in order to meet the manpower needs of the aviation industry, the Airport Authority will hold the "Hong Kong International Airport Tung Chung Job Fair 2023" on the 18th and 19th of this month to provide opportunities for those who are willing to join the aviation industry


With the gradual relaxation of inbound tourism measures in Hong Kong, in order to meet the manpower needs of the aviation industry, the Airport Authority will hold the "Hong Kong International Airport Tung Chung Job Fair 2023" on the 18th and 19th of this month, providing opportunities for job seekers who are interested in joining the aviation industry job opportunity.

Baljit, a Hong Kong native of Indian origin, also shared her experience of working in the aviation industry as a non-Chinese speaking person. "Stick to your post under the epidemic, firmly believe that the future will get better, and you will wait until you get out of the epidemic." She also emphasized that the workplace fully understands When it comes to diversity and inclusion, my own dedication and hard work are not in vain, and my boss appreciates it. Last year, I received four salary increases and two promotions.


Job fair offers more than 1,500 job vacancies

Twelve organizations from the airport and aviation industry participated in the AA job fair, providing more than 1,500 job vacancies, including air cargo, aviation catering, ground handling services, aircraft maintenance, airport security, hospitality and customer services, etc.

At the same time, in order to encourage multi-ethnic talents to join the industry, at the same time, employment services for non-Chinese speakers are also provided on-site to provide recruitment information and employment guidance for non-Chinese job seekers.

Job seekers can submit job application documents on the spot and have the opportunity to conduct interviews on the spot.

Hong Kong people of Indian origin who gave up their chances to take care of their families returned to get admission after 12 years

Mokand Baljit Kaur, a Hong Kong native of Indian origin, has been working as a ground staff at Sanxiang (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. since 2019.

Baljit said that he has lived in Singapore for 12 years, and every time he passed the airport, he would notice the company SATSHK. After learning that the company would hire people of diverse ethnicities, he very much hoped to become one of them.

After three interviews, Baljit finally passed.

However, she said that because she was concerned that her children were still very young at the time, after several struggles, she finally did not choose to join the job.

She said that 12 years later, when she returned to Hong Kong to settle down, she happened to see the company recruiting, so she decided to try again, and she has been employed for nearly four years now.

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace can serve as a bridge of communication among colleagues

Baljit added that working as a ground handler can fully experience the diversity and integration in the workplace, which makes his temperament more active and cheerful.

She said that before joining the airport job, she seldom spoke and had less contact with strangers, but after officially taking over the job, she became confident and talkative, and liked to meet people of different nationalities.

She also said that there is no distinction between Chinese-speaking or non-Chinese-speaking colleagues in the company, and the communication and relationship with each other is good. Everyone is very "deeply buried" and "fun".

In addition, whenever any problem is encountered, colleagues will discuss it with an open attitude.

Sometimes some non-Chinese-speaking colleagues do not understand Cantonese, and I will become a communication bridge between them and Chinese colleagues.

Non-Chinese speakers have an advantage in communication

Baljit said that the working environment at the airport is actually very suitable for non-Chinese speaking people. Whether it is a workplace full of learning opportunities or a promising promotion ladder, she is full of confidence in the future.

She believes that non-Chinese-speaking people have certain advantages in working in airlines. For example, they can help companies communicate with non-Chinese-speaking airlines, thereby improving work efficiency.

Baljit even said with a smile that he once told his boss, "I hope that the skills I have can be longer than my 16-character name."

And her devotion and hard work were not in vain, which earned her the appreciation of her superiors.

Last year, she received four salary increases, two promotions, and was promoted to Senior Customer Services Officer. She said that she felt that she was valued by the company.

Those who still stick to their posts under the epidemic will eventually wait until they get out of the "epidemic situation"

Affected by the epidemic, in the past two years, Baljit has also experienced "no work" and no paid leave. Many colleagues around her have resigned because of this.

But she said with a smile that she was very "stiff-necked" and did not choose to leave. "I firmly believe that it will get better in the future, and I will wait until I get out of the "epidemic situation."

"As Hong Kong is gradually returning to normal, she has seen that the aviation industry in Hong Kong has become more active at the beginning of this year, and many job opportunities have re-emerged.

"Hope foreign helpers can reunite with their families as soon as possible"

In addition, many foreign helpers have not left Hong Kong in the past two or three years. Recently, the restrictions on leaving the country have been relaxed, and many of them have begun to return to their hometowns to visit relatives and travel.

Baljit noticed that some of them are not very clear about the boarding requirements of the airlines, and the luggage they carry may exceed the regulations of the seat.

She said that she will try her best to provide assistance to them when encountering relevant situations, and hopes that the foreign helpers can board the plane smoothly and reunite with their families as soon as possible.

The details of "Hong Kong International Airport Tung Chung Job Fair 2023" are as follows:

Date: ​February 18 and 19 (Saturday and Sunday)

Time:​11:00 am to 6:00 pm

Venue: ​Exhibition Floor, 1/F, Fu Tung Plaza, Tung Chung

Organizer: ​Hong Kong Airport Authority

Co-organizer: ​Neighborhood Advice-Action Council​

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