CEO at One World
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Head - Human Resource - LPO (15-20 yrs)
Head of Human Resource- LPO
Key Responsibility Areas:
Talent Acquisition and Recruitment:
- Oversee a fast-paced recruitment and selection process to attract top talent for various roles within vertical business divisions.
- Develop effective sourcing strategies to build a strong talent pipeline.
- Ensure a smooth and efficient onboarding process for new hires in alignment with short- and long-term business plans.
HR Strategy and Planning:
- Develop and execute HR strategies and initiatives aligning with organization's goals and objectives.
- Collaborate with senior management to align HR policies with the organization's strategic direction and code of conduct.
- Develop and implement performance management systems for timely feedback and continuous improvement.
- Work with managers to develop performance improvement plans and facilitate employee growth and development.
Compensation and Benefits:
- Formulate competitive compensation and benefits programs.
- Administer regular salary reviews to ensure alignment with industry standards and regulations.
Employee Relations & Engagement:
- Develop and maintain an effective system for employees to raise concerns, grievances, and conflicts.
- Foster a positive and inclusive work environment that promotes employee engagement and productivity, aligning with organization's values and mission.
Learning and Development:
- Identify training needs and coordinate the delivery of training programs to enhance employee skills and knowledge.
- Implement career development initiatives to support employee growth and succession planning.
HR Operations including Compliances:
- Ensure compliance with relevant labor laws, regulations, and company policies.
- Collaborate with legal counsel to address HR-related legal issues or concerns.
- Administer day-to-day HR operations, including payroll, benefits administration, and HR records management.
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