To promote fellowship and better understanding of the mutual problems affecting those engaged in human resource work in business, industry and public service;
To provide a means for the exchange of ideas and discussion of common problems;
To encourage the application of scientific methods of the human problems of business, industry, and public service as a means of increasing the operating effectiveness of staff and management.
To provide information regarding current trends in the administration of human resource management through the medium of understanding speakers, significant reports and studies, and other means determined by the Program Committee; and
To expand human resource technologies throughout the Western Pacific Region