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Manpower Dynamics. Data Intelligence

Management and Supervisory

Small and medium enterprises (SME) of major industries in Hong Kong ...

Covers the SME (10-99 employees) of the following sectors :
1. Manufacturing
2. Electricity, gas and water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities
3. Construction
4. Import/export, wholesale and retail trades
5. Accommodation and food service activities
6. Transportation, storage, postal and courier services
7. Information and communications
8. Financing, insurance, real estate, professional and business services
9. Public administration, social and personal services

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Year 2019 Tooltips

Engagement of Managers & Supervisors

% of Managers and Supervisors

0

Employees

0

Managers and Supervisors

0

 

All the percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

1st

Remuneration package not attractive

2nd

Long working hours

3rd

Insufficient trained/qualified manpower in the related disciplines in the market

1st

Increasing salary and enhancing benefits

2nd

Automation

3rd

Re-engineering of business process

Key Competencies for Training in the Next 2 Years

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Managers Tooltips

1st

Analytical Skills

2nd

Crisis Management

3rd

Resource Management

4th

Communication Skills

5th

Quality Management

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Supervisors Tooltips

1st

Analytical Skills

2nd

Communication Skills

3rd

Crisis Management

4th

Resource Management

5th

Quality Management

Factors Affecting the Competencies Requirement for Training in the Next 2 Years

1st

Continuous Improvement in Efficiency and Effectiveness

2nd

Talent Attraction and Retention

3rd

Market Competition

Existing Training Arrangement

 

All the percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

Training Plan

25.6%With training provisions

Total Establishments

0

 

All the percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

  • On-the-job training
  • Sponsor staff to attend external management training programmes
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Managers Tooltips

  • On-the-job training
  • Sponsor staff to attend external management training programmes
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Supervisors Tooltips

  • Self-learning using internal training resources/ materials
  • Continuing development programmes for maintaining professional qualifications
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Managers Tooltips

  • Mentoring/ Coaching
  • Self-learning using internal training resources/ materials
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Supervisors Tooltips

  • 9 hours – less than 27 hours
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Managers Tooltips

  • 9 hours – less than 27 hours
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Supervisors Tooltips

  • Day time
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Managers Tooltips

  • Day time
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Supervisors Tooltips

  • Bilingual (Cantonese / English)
  • Cantonese
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Managers Tooltips

  • Bilingual (Cantonese / English)
  • Cantonese
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Supervisors Tooltips

Report

Report on 2019 Survey of the Managerial Competency Profile and Management Training Needs of Managers and Supervisors Image
  • Management and Supervisory
  • 2019 Manpower Survey Report

Key Competencies Required by Managerial Staff

“Analytical Skills”, “Communication Skills” and “Crisis Management” were the top three core competencies required for the training of managers and supervisors for SMEs. Emerging skills’ options, such as “Resource Management”, “Talent Development”, “Partnership Management” and “Relationship Management” were also ranked high in the survey. While most employers preferred that management training should be short, bite-sized programme would be an ideal option to meet their training needs.