MTI Associates in 13 countries identify national HR challenges

MTI Associates from 12 countries from around the world have contributed to the MTI thought leadership initiative associated with the MTI HR Forum. In an interesting study, 13 diverse countries have identified their No. 1 HR Challenge.
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June 10, 2013 - PRLog -- MTI Associates from 12 countries from around the world have contributed to the MTI thought leadership initiative associated with the MTI HR Forum. In an interesting study, 13 diverse countries have identified their No. 1 HR Challenge.

1.       Afghanistan:

         “Security for our staff and ensuring employee integrity in working with the Afghanistan government”

Sanzar Kakar

Founding Partner- Afghanistan Financial Services

MTI Associate in Afghanistan

2.       Australia:

 “Ageing workforce - loss of skills and knowledge coupled with lack of work commitment from the younger generations”

Dr. Glen Watkins

Chairman- IIBT Australia

MTI Associate for Australia

3.       Cambodia

 “The education system is not adapted to the need of the labor market”

Mr. Kosona Chriv

Managing director- SMART International Consulting

MTI Associate for Cambodia

4.       Jordan:

 “Lack of Committed staff-younger generations urge in obtaining the dream job through jumping ships on periodic basis and not committing to an organization that will help him grow and achieve his goals”.

Mr. Nasif Khoury

Managing Director- Tactix Strategic Consulting

MTI Associate in Jordan

5.       Kenya

 “Given the fact that formal education is quite primitive HR teams find sourcing lock talent as their number one challenge”.

Mr. Nandkishor Buty

CEO- Ogilvy Africa Ltd

MTI Associate in Africa

6.       Liberia:

 “The number one HR challenge in Africa, is the difficulties encountered in finding qualified and suitable candidates for technical and middle level management positions”

Prof. Sunny Nyemah

Managing Director- Bentley Kantor & Co

MTI Associate for Liberia

7.       Mauritius

 “Finding the right loyal talents, with matching soft and hard skills seems to be the leading HR challenge for businesses in the region”.

Mr. Joomratee S.M. Yasseen

Director- Mach Enterprise Company Ltd

MTI Associate in Mauritius

8.       Nepal

 “The no.1 HR challenge faced by businesses in Nepal is the acute shortage of skilled labour. There is an apparent lack of HR education with no proper emphasis placed on the systematic development of Human Resources in Nepal”

Mr. Nil Saru

Managing partner- NBSM Consulting Private Limited

MTI Associate for Nepal

9.       Rwanda

 “Business owners do not appreciate training, especially in soft skills, as an investment. It is difficult to apprehend the accruing Return-on-Investment”.

Mr. Joshua Mbaraga

Managing Director- Corner Stone Africa Ltd (COSTA)

MTI Associate for Rwanda

10.   Senegal

 “Child labor is a reality (family units exploiting plots of land in the agricultural sector; the mining sector is largely uncontrolled)”.

Mr. Anil G P Baznath

Managing Partner and Executive Director- Pyramid Group

MTI Associate in Segenal

11.   Sierra Leone:

 “One of the Main Challenges in Sierra Leone is that HR Managers are not trained in the Line of HR. Apart from this, Many Challenges are seen in the recruitment process, Management of staff and conflict between the HR managers and staff

Mr. Allan S. Tuboku

Managing Director/CEO - All-Met Holdings & Consulting Services (Pvt) Ltd

MTI Associate for Sierra Leone

12.   South Africa

 “The biggest issue facing South African HR is skills development and BEE (black economic empowerment) where recruitment quotas are managed by quotas to bring in black employees to match government statistics”.

Ms. Amanda Cromhout

Truth Leadership Marketing Solutions CC

MTI Associate in South Africa

13.   Turkey:

 “Finding qualified technical people and manageing the y generation”.

Dr. Yılmaz ARGÜDEN

Chairman- ARGE Consulting

MTI Associate in Turkey

MTI has now completed an ambitious program to link up with independent consultants in 36 countries; where by cross-country projects are pursued. Currently MTI has signed MOUs and developed working relationships in Afghanistan, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Burundi, Cambodia, China, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Lesotho,  Liberia, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Namibia,  New Zealand , Republic of Armenia,  Republic of Maldives,  Romania, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Swaziland, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Yemen, Zimbabwe.
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