The regional HR Practitioner is often expected to perform the following roles:
- Deliver country-specific employee relations expertise and guidance to local and international internal stakeholders.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of regional employment legislation requirements and obligations.
- Conduct on-going development and review of local country HR policies, delivery, and procedures.
He or she needs to keep tab of resources that he or she can turn to for references. Here is a list of HR associations and societies of human resource professionals in Asia for various purposes.
List of HR Associations and Societies
Australia Human Resource Institute
Bangladesh Society for Human Resource Management
The Society of Human Resource Management and Productivity
Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management
National Institute of Personnel Management
Indonesian Human Resource Professionals Society
Japan Society for Human Resource Management
Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Development
Myanmar Society for Human Resource Management
HR Institute of New Zealand
People Management Association of The Philippines
Singapore Human Resource Institute
Korea Management Association
Institute of Personnel Management Sri Lanka
Chinese Human Resource Management Association
Personnel Management Association of Thailand
Human Resources Association
World Federation of People Management Associations
Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resource Management
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