Executive Search Consultant at Zallery
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Head - Human Resources - Retail (10-19 yrs)
The HR Head, also known as the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), is a senior executive responsible for leading and managing all aspects of the human resources function within the organization. This role plays a critical role in developing and executing HR strategies that align with the company's overall business objectives. The HR Head is responsible for creating and maintaining a positive and productive work environment, attracting and retaining top talent, and ensuring compliance with all relevant labor laws and regulations.
Strategic HR Leadership:
- Develop and implement HR strategies and policies that support the company's mission and goals.
- Collaborate with the executive team to align HR initiatives with business objectives.
- Provide guidance and counsel to senior management on HR-related matters.
Talent Acquisition and Management:
- Oversee the recruitment and selection process, ensuring the organization attracts and hires top talent.
- Develop and maintain effective onboarding and orientation programs.
- Implement talent management and succession planning strategies.
- Foster a positive workplace culture that promotes employee engagement, satisfaction, and retention.
- Address employee concerns, conflicts, and grievances in a fair and timely manner.
- Ensure compliance with labor laws and regulations, including employment contracts and termination procedures.
Compensation and Benefits:
- Design and administer competitive compensation and benefits programs.
- Monitor industry trends and benchmarking data to ensure competitive compensation packages.
- Oversee the administration of payroll and benefits programs.
- Implement performance appraisal systems and provide guidance on performance improvement.
- Drive a performance-driven culture by setting clear performance expectations and goals.
Training and Development:
- Identify training needs and develop employee training and development programs.
- Foster a culture of continuous learning and professional growth.
HR Compliance and Risk Management:
- Ensure compliance with labor laws, regulations, and company policies.
- Mitigate HR-related risks and maintain accurate HR records.
- Handle legal matters related to HR, such as employment disputes and claims.
HR Analytics and Reporting:
- Utilize HR metrics and data to make informed decisions and recommendations.
- Prepare and present HR reports to senior management and the board.
- Develop and manage the HR department's budget, including staffing, training, and technology investments.