Wilhelm Crous, Marius Meyer
Knowledge Resources and SABPP conducted an extensive survey among HR Executives to determine the trends, needs and best practices in the HR profession. This HR Survey Report 2011 represents over 1 million employees and more than 15,000 people employed in HR departments.
The HR Survey 2011 is more comprehensive than before. The report also highlights shifts and trends compared with the 2009 and 2010 HR Surveys.
HR Survey 2011 Report findings:
- General Competence levels of the HR department
- Where is the biggest need for HR competency building?
- Which methods are used to develop HR employees?
- Developing the competencies of HR practitioners
- HR's strategic contribution to the organisation – the alignment and efficiency thereof
- HR priorities and competencies in achieving the priorities
- HR departments' levels of competence in dealing with priorities identified
- Competence levels to achieve the top HR priorities
- International trends and benchmarks in the HR Field.
- Biggest HR challenges and opportunities for the future
- HR Metrics
- Benchmarks for skills development spending, hiring, etc.
- The Roles and Priorities of The Chief HR Officer
The HR Survey 2011 results will provide guidance to HR practitioners to benchmark their HR departments in terms of professional competence, HR priorities and challenges as well as the strategic contribution to the organisation.
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