Shanghai, China (PRWEB) March 14, 2011
The expatriate workers in the Chinese economy are mainly from the United States, South Korea, Japan, Britain, Germany and Canada. Many of them are working in large cities such as Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou.
Of the expatriates working in Shanghai, 25.4 percent are chairmen and vice chairmen, general managers and vice general managers, financial directors and human resources department directors; 6.1 percent are senior technical officials and 3.1 percent are chief representatives of foreign enterprises offices in China.
Shanghai is the fastest-growing city in China and is home to more than 200,000 expatriates. This population is expected to reach 800,000 over the next ten years, as the Chinese economy continues to grow. “As an increasing number of multinational companies set up branches in Shanghai, opportunities for expatriate workers will grow significantly,” said Brad Wang, Brachin’s Managing Director for China.
Brachin is an Executive Search Consulting Firm specializing in talent acquisition for multi-national organizations with operations in China. Brachin focuses on local managers and expatriate managers for foreign companies in the Chinese economy, where the goal is to increase local market share. Our emphasis in this kind of executive search is to find managers who perform well in accordance with the business culture of the foreign company. Our objective in an executive search is to find candidates who are sensitive to both the business culture of the home company and to that of the local market. The objective is to find a leader whom the foreign company can trust to run their business, while effectively reaching local customers. Their website can be found at http://www.brachin.com. The contact e-mail is China(at)Brachin(dot)com.