facilitating job search for Mobile Employees' Partners

Hong Kong, China

The Hong Kong IDCN group was established in 2015 and is the newest addition to the Global IDCN network. The purpose of IDCN is to facilitate job search by providing relocated partners with relevant local resources and career information for the region. IDCN partners with leading multinational corporations and is open only to partners of mobile employees of the companies who partner with the network in Hong Kong. 

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IDCN is run by a committee made up of partners and corporate mentors. The committee is made up of several groups each headed by a group leader and followed by a corporate mentor. IDCN Hong Kong runs with the help of volunteers and depends on its members to provide leadership and organizational support for its events.

Additional objectives of IDCN in Hong Kong are:

  • Enabling networking among foreigners through external affinity support 
  • Channelling talented individuals to companies who value diversity
  • Reinforcing dual-career friendly Corporate Branding


Events are hosted by the member companies every few months and feature expert guest speakers, providing insights on the following topics:

  • Local cultural information within the context of job search
  • How to go about looking for a job in your new environment
  • Leveraging tools to further your job search
  • CV clinic
  • Interview skills training
  • Networking workshops
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Our Global Members

  • Sanofi

  • Philip Morris International

  • Technip

  • EY

  • Loreal

  • Coca-Cola

  • Roche

  • Nestle

  • Novartis

  • ABB

  • www.rb.com

  • Axa

  • http://www.novonordisk.com/careers/working-at-novo-nordisk/available-jobs.html

  • University of Copenhagen

  • LVMH

  • Maersk logo

  • Pernod Ricard