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Pascal Cheung

Client Services Manager at Plus Relocation

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meaningful acronyms: GMS what he’s known for: Analyzing and offering solutions; being pro-active and resourceful; being a multi-lingual pro. path that brought him to Plus: “Before joining Plus, I worked at Pricoa Relocation Services which was then acquired by Brookfield GRS. Plus’s captivating culture and globalization in the APAC region gained my attraction and was the beginning of my new adventurous path in the relocation industry.” problems he’s best at solving: Unique problems that allow creativity and analytical thinking with results that are goal-orientated. what he’s passionate about: Partnering with clients and making the client’s job easy and smoother through Plus’ assistance. why people want to work with Pascal: His ability to identify the best solution with the most efficient approach; his knack for anticipating the next question and providing the answer proactively; hoping some of his fashion sense will rub off on the rest of us.

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Plus Relocation

Global mobility done differently

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Visa-free access pushes forward in Asia

Countries within the APAC region have been continuing to build diplomatic relationships with one another resulting in their borders...

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The impact of high costs in Hong Kong

ECA International recently declared Hong Kong (HK) to be the most expensive location in Asia for expats to rent a home, followed by...

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Shanghai makes residency easier for foreign expats

China continues to make immigration measures more talent friendly. The country continues its course in attracting highly skilled foreign...

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500 more companies added to government watch list in Singapore for not doing enough to hire local talent

In a previous post titled, "Singapore's workforce shrinks in 2017 for the first time since 2003, but more locals have jobs" we discussed...

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