Global HR survey provides HR ‘health check’

HR practitioners from around the world have had their say on the biggest challenges facing the profession, including key strategic issues and people management priorities.

Global HR survey provides HR ‘health check’
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e than 4,000 HR professionals globally took part in Human Resources Director’s inaugural Global HR Survey, the results of which are out later this month.

This unprecedented survey asked readers of HRD and our sister publications for an ‘health check’, looking at the critical issues and challenges facing HR practitioners and the profession as a whole.
 
Globally 4,423 HR professionals took part, with close to half of survey respondents residing in Australia. A total of 37 countries are represented by survey respondents with particular focus on territories where HRD has a presence: Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the US.
 
Reflecting HRD’s high-level readership, most survey respondents hold executive level, decision-making positions within their companies, the bulk of which are large organisations with 1000+ employees. More than 30% of participants are HR directors (or similar) with just over 15% identifying themselves as CHROs.
 
The Global HR Survey results will provide a truly international perspective on key strategic issues and people management priorities in today’s business environment.
 
See the full report in the next issue of HRD, available at the end of the week.

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