Hays Japan [Haze survey] Majority of employers fear that lack of human resources skills will adversely affect business operations Hays-Survey…
[Haze survey] Majority of employers fear that lack of human resources skills will adversely affect business operations
Hays-Survey of salaries of 1,244 jobs and employment of 5,146 people in five Asian countries and regions
Hays Specialist Recruitment Japan KK (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Managing Director: Richard Ardley, hereinafter referred to as Hayes) has recently released the Hays Asia Payroll Guide 2020.
The “Haze Asia Salary Guide” summarizes the salary levels of 1244 jobs in five countries and regions in Asia (China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and Malaysia) (based on the Company’s performance) and the results of a survey of employment for 5,146 employees. This is the 13th year this year.
A survey of employers revealed that 95% of respondents in Japan were concerned that “lack of employee skills could hinder business operations.”
Figure: Percentage of respondents who think that they will hinder their business in 2020 due to lack of skills of employees
In response to the question, “What if skill shortages could have a negative impact on the company?”, The highest response rate was “Productivity” (65%), followed by “Growth / “Expansion” (48%) and “Employee morals” (45%). For the second consecutive year, employers attributed the lack of skills to “training and professional
development” (43%), followed by “understanding / fixed concept” (34%) and “ Competition for job / employment opportunities ”(34%). Increasing number of companies considering recruiting from overseas to address skills shortage
Many employers (58%) responded to skills shortages by identifying skills gaps and conducting training in areas where skills are lacking to improve employee skills. In addition, while 43% of respondents answered that “employee transfers between different departments”, 42% of employers have improved their recruitment strategies, such as increasing their recruitment budget and increasing corporate value. You answered that you worked.
The percentage of respondents who recruited human resources from overseas was 26%, which is the highest among the surveyed countries / regions after Singapore (28%). In addition, 67% of employers said in the area of skills shortage that they would “consider hiring or funding qualified foreigners and expats,” significantly increasing the size of other countries and regions surveyed. (Asia as a whole averages 57%).
“Skill shortages in Japan have been serious for a long time, but in recent years, labor policies and opening doors to strengthen recruitment from outside of Japan have been significant,” said Richard Ardley, Managing Director of Hays Japan. , Plus some of the positive movements.Companies need to expand their recruitment networks and be willing to consider hiring people with different industry experiences and backgrounds. We are actively utilizing these measures. ” You can download the Hays Asia Salary Guide 2020 here.
Overview of the survey “Haze @ Asian Salary Guide 2020”
Overview of the Employment Survey
Survey period: September to October 2019
Survey target: China 2,227 people, Hong Kong SAR 645 people, Japan 655 people, Malaysia 825 people, Singapore 794 people
Hays is a global recruitment expert that provides recruitment services to highly specialized professionals.
Hays (headquartered in the United Kingdom) is a specialist recruitment company that provides global recruitment services. As of June 30, 2018, we provide high-skilled human resources services specializing in 20 specialized fields at 257 sites (total of 10,978 employees) in 34 countries and regions * worldwide. (* Japan, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland , Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States)
About Hays Specialist Recruitment Japan KK (Haze Japan)
Hays Japan, established in 2001 as a Japanese subsidiary of Hays in Tokyo, is a foreign-affiliated recruitment agency with three domestic offices (Head Office in Japan, Osaka Branch, and Yokohama Branch). Familiarity with 17 specialized fields (accounting and finance, finance, finance technology, digital technology, marketing digital, human resources, IT, insurance, legal, life sciences, office professionals, real estate, sales and marketing, supply chain, manufacturing) Experienced consultants provide four services: regular employee introduction, contract and temporary staffing, recruitment outsourcing (RPO), and IT solutions (outsourcing) to recruit corporate personnel and improve personal careers. I am supporting.
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