Q: What is Levy?
A: Starting from 1 January 2018, the Insurance Authority of Hong Kong will impose by law a levy on the premium payment(s) of the policy payable by the policyholder(s). The levy is payable to the Insurance Authority and does not form part, and is independent, of any fees or charges payable by the policyholder(s) under their policy.
Read more: https://www.ia.org.hk/en/aboutus/role/financial_arrangements.html
Q: Who can I contact if I have a question about a vacancy?
A: You can email us at [email protected]
Business hours are Monday to Friday, 9am – 5:30pm.
Q: Can I update my CV or other details?
A: Yes, just contact us at [email protected] if you wish to update your application details.
Q: Will I get feedback on my application?
A: We don’t offer feedback at the application stage. If you didn’t get the job after interview, you can ask for feedback then.
Q: What should I expect at the interview?
A: Most interviews are conducted with at least two interviewers, usually the hiring manager and a recruitment consultant. You’ll find more information about interviews in the recruitment process section.
Q: What happens if I’m on holiday?
A: Where possible we’ll try to reschedule your interview.
Q: I didn’t save a copy of the job advert - how can I get a copy?
A: Email to [email protected] and ask us to send you a copy.
Q: How long do I have before making a decision?
A: We’ll ask you to return your signed acceptance within five working days.
Q: Once I’ve received my offer, should I immediately resign from my current role?
A: This very much depends on you. You should be aware that our first offer is conditional on you passing our pre-employment checks. If you have any doubt about your references, financial probity or criminality checks then you should not resign until these checks are complete. If you’re sure that these checks will be clear then you should resign whenever suits you.
Q: How long does it take to carry out pre-employment checks?
A: Up to 7 working days for critical check items. When these checks are complete we’ll confirm a suitable start date. The full pre-employment checks are expected to complete within 15 working days.
Q: What happens if my pre-employment checks are unsatisfactory?
A: We might withdraw our offer of employment. This is decided on an individual basis.