06/11 Diana Bidichandani
HR Manager at BK Khare & Co.

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BK Khare & Co - Manager - Human Resource (5-7 yrs)

Mumbai Job Code: 761489

- Manage the implementation and execution of major Human Resources processes. Working with the Managing Partner on Quarterly Performance Management, cadence meeting etc. according to entity guidelines.

- Manage the Performance management processes such that reporting managers/controllers are coached upon effective feedback mechanism, timeline adherence and handling grievance issue along with the concerned reporting manager on a case to case basis.

- Performance management. Along with training and development supported by a record structure that balances short term and long-term rewards.

- Ensure that the sensitive issues are handled effectively and brought to a logical conclusion with constant communication to relevant stakeholders

- Work with the Managing Partner to develop yearly training and employee engagement budget. Responsible for employee engagement and creating a sense of belonging and a voice. Grievance handling and resolution of all queries from the employees across locations.

- Create a learning orientation in people through forums for debate and discussion. Ensure Mandatory literature is read for through e learning platforms.

- Preparing need based training budget keeping in mind the ROI for the organization and manage hours and ROI on training.

- Handling and resolving/following up of all the disciplinary cases, emergencies.

- Sourcing and screening candidates through job portals and vendors. Exploring new avenues to infuse fresh Talent in the organisation at Pan India level.

- Prepare and execute the yearly training calendar. Evaluating the scores and feedbacks of the training programmes.

- Tracking and ensuring that the attrition in the firm is below a predefined percentage (confidential).

- Conducting Exit Interview measuring attrition on annual and quarterly basis.

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Women-friendly workplace:

Maternity and Paternity Benefits

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