15 September 2011
PwC Kenya today launched its National Human Resource on-line survey, marking 20 years of conducting the survey in Kenya.
Kuria Muchiru, Country Senior Partner, PwC Kenya says ‘Today we kick off the survey and in response to the interest and demand for more immediate information by business leaders, who need to make HR decisions as part of their growth strategies, we are launching an online tool called REMchannel®. HR practitioners can start registering to participate in the online survey today.”
The National Human Resources survey using the REMchannel® on-line product offers several distinct features including real time data, enhanced validation processes during data collection, ease of data submission and retrieval thus enabling our clients to focus on more strategic issues, empowering our clients to extract and interpret the data at their discretion. The survey will also highlight prevalent HR market issues on a real time basis.
Kuria says ‘This is a sign of our commitment to the CEOs and HR professionals that we will continue to engage them in their key HR decisions right from remuneration to current HR trends affecting them’.
Human capital strategies are a top priority amongst the 93% CEOs in Kenya who anticipate talent management changes over the next year, according to PwC’s 14th annual CEO Survey. Kuria says ‘CEOs in Kenya are very confident of revenue prospects over the next 12 months and three years. To meet these targets and address challenges along the way, they are focusing on their people. The HR survey will continue to help HR professionals make informed recommendations and decisions to support this growth.’