Past Event Announcement: 2/17/2009

 

Global Financial Crisis and China's Job Market

The global recession is raising many questions about its impact on the industries and businesses in China.  Particularly, what are the effect on the China employment market, and on the job opportunities and career prospects for professionals in US? 

NYTFA & Fordham Seminar on FIRM (Financial Informetrics and Risk Management) are pleased to invite you to a presentation on " The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on China's Employment Market -- How to Identify and Search for Opportunities in China from The U.S." by Mr. Larry Wang, CEO of Wang & Li.

Mr. Wang's firm, Wang & Li, was recently awarded the 2008 Recruitment Firm of the Year in by China STAFF, "a bilingual journal dedicated to HR management issues in Hong Kong and China". Mr. Wang will share his experiences and insights that he has gained from the daily direct interaction with his international clients during the past 15 years.

Due to security concerns, RSVP is mandatory. If you wish to meet with the speaker in a separate dinner gathering after the presentation, please email your resume to NYTFA dot MAIL at GMAIL dot COM. Seating for the gathering is limited. Prior reservation for the gathering is mandatory, and will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.

We look forward to seeing you on 2/17.

Date: February 17, 2009 (Tue)

 

Place: Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, Room 513, 113 W. 60th St. (corner of 60th & Columbus Ave) 

Agenda:

  • 6:00-6:30pm: Registration
  • 6:30-7:30pm: Mr. Larry Wang: "The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on China's Employment Market -- How to Identify and Search for Opportunities in China from The U.S."
  • 7:30-whenever:Dinner gathering w/ Mr. Larry Wang

Cost: Free (donation appreciated) 

Speaker: Mr. Larry Wang

Larry is the founder and CEO of Wang & Li Asia Resources, a human resources services company that provides recruitment and organization & staff development services to leading international companies operating in the mainland.

For the past 15 years, Larry has dedicated his career to the hiring, development, and success of international-caliber professional talent in Greater China and has written two books on this topic: The New Gold Mountain (1998) and Know The Game, Play The Game (2001). Larry is also a frequent speaker at leading mainland and U.S. MBA programs, HR conferences and professional organizations. He is often asked to provide his insights and comments on management and human capital issues in China by various media.

Larry received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from U Penn. and his M.B.A. from UCLA. He founded Chinese-American Professionals in Taiwan (CAPT) in 1992 and later founded Chinese-American Professionals in Shanghai (CAPS) in 1999. Prior to founding Wang & Li, Larry worked for nearly 10 years at Mattel Toys and Wang Laboratories in U.S.