Talent flow made easier in bay area

BEIJING: Promoting cross-border practices in more professional fields and mutual recognition of professional qualifications would be of great importance to increasing the flow of talent in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, according to an official with the human resources authorities in Guangdong province.
“We hope to work with Hong Kong and Macao authorities to expand the effect on rules convergence by relaxing the practice threshold and strengthening cross-border cooperation of social security services,” said Yang Hongshan, deputy director of Guangdong Provincial Human Resources and Social Security Department.
Yang made the remarks during a conference on the high-quality development of talent services in the Greater Bay Area, which was held in Guangzhou, the Guangdong provincial capital, on Monday.
There are more than 200,000 Hong Kong and Macao residents working in Guangdong, with over 3,000 professionals having obtained qualifications on the mainland, according to the Guangdong provincial human resources authorities.
–The Daily Mail-China Daily news exchange item