ASIA PACIFIC HR REPORT 2015

As part of our commitment to providing you with insights into the HR profession, we’re asking for your input. What are the critical issues you face in your role? Where do you feel you are excelling and where do you feel you need to improve? Are you getting the support you need? This will be a unique opportunity for you to express your views as a HR professional in the Asia Pacific region.
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Results will be published in HRD magazine and HC Online in Australia, HRD Singapore and HRM Online in New Zealand.

Please note your personal details will remain confidential.

Complete the survey by 19 June for your chance to win a case of Moet & Chandon champagne.

Section 1: Your profile
1. Where do you live?
2. What is your job title?
3. How many employees do you have in your organisation?
4. What is your annual salary?
 
Section 2: Perception
The following questions refer to your perception of the HR profession as a whole
5. How important are the following strategic issues to your role as an HR professional? (1 being not important and 5 being extremely important)
Recruiting the best talent
Staff development and training
Enhancing employee productivity
Helping the sales and marketing departments to acquire, serve or retain clients
Identifying risks, regulating and ensuring compliance
Reducing costs
Expanding to new markets
6. How important do you think the following strengths are in your company’s leadership team? (1 being not important and 5 being extremely important)
Client focus
Results focus
Problem solving
Communication
Change management
Staff development
7. How important do you think the following traits are in an HR leader? (1 being not important and 5 being extremely important)
Intelligence
Integrity
Persuasiveness
Assertiveness
Humility
Other
8. How much time do you think the CEO of an organisation should spend on HR-related issues?
9. How important are the following challenges facing the HR profession? (1 being not important and 5 being extremely important)
Building internal credibility and influence
Dealing with legal changes
Adapting to new technology
Employee recruitment
Employee retention
Other (please explain)
Section 3: Personal situation
The following questions refer to the reality of HR’s role and influence within your organisation
10. To what degree are you personally involved in the following strategic issues? (1 being rarely involved and 5 being highly involved)
Recruiting the best talent
Staff development and training
Enhancing employee productivity
Helping the sales and marketing departments to acquire, serve or retain clients
Identifying risks, regulating and ensuring compliance
Reducing costs
Expanding to new markets
11. Rate the strength of the current leaders in your organisation in the following areas (1 being poor and 5 being excellent)
Client focus
Results focus
Problem solving
Communication
Change management
Staff development
12. Which of the following traits would you consider to be your greatest strength?
13. Do you feel that senior management supports you in your HR initiatives?

Please explain your response:

14. How much time do you believe your CEO spends on HR-related issues?
15. What is the greatest barrier to achieving excellent results in HR?
16. What skills and knowledge do you think will be most critical to your personal success over the next year? (1 being not critical and 5 being critical)
Business acumen
Employment law
Leadership capability
Communication and influencing skills
Technology
Big data and analytics
Financial management
Marketing
Other (please explain)
17. How much will you be focusing on the following areas over the next year? (1 being little or no focus and 5 being a strong focus)
Developing your personal leadership/management skills
Executive education program for your organisation’s management team
Learning and development programs across your organisation
Change management initiatives
Working with law firms on legal compliance
Working with external parties on strategy
Working with external parties on recruitment
Incorporating new technologies to improve internal processes
Implementing new workplace health and safety initiatives
Remote/international workforce management and recruitment
Improving or revising employee benefits including pension plans
Implementing new employee engagement/rewards and recognition programs
Other (please explain)
18. In general, are you optimistic or pessimistic about the future of HR as a profession?

Please explain your response:

Section 4
19. For your chance to win a case of Moet & Chandon, please tell us in 25 words or less, what would you like your HR legacy to be?
20. Please provide your contact information. Your personal details will not be disclosed and are only being collected for the purposes of contacting the prize winner.
Name:
Email address:
Phone number:
* Terms and conditions: This survey closes on Friday 19th June 2015 at 5pm AEST. You must enter valid contact details and answer the question in section 4 to be eligible to win the prize. The best and most creative answer will win and the judge’s decision is final. The winner will be notified via email.  Prize is not transferable and not redeemable for cash.