New survey to reveal HR priorities for next 12 months

All HRD readers are invited to participate for the chance to win a bottle of Dom Perignon

New survey to reveal HR priorities for next 12 months
The Asia-Pacific HR Report survey is asking HR practitioners across the region what they will be focusing on over the next 12 months.

Last year’s APAC HR Report revealed that HR practitioners saw change management initiatives and developing personal leadership/ management skills as the main focus in 2016. Will these areas still receive the most attention in 2017 or will recognition, recruitment or talent mapping take over?

HR practitioners from across the region are encouraged to have their say in this year’s report by completing the survey online by Friday 30 June. As an incentive to take part, all respondents will go into a prize draw to win a bottle of Dom Pérignon champagne.

The results of the APAC HR Report will be published in HRD magazine and in sister publications in Australia and New Zealand.

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