M.Peer Mohamed Sardhar Started The Discussion:
Dear All,

Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited, India's largest pharmaceutical company,
is an integrated, research based, international pharmaceutical
company producing a wide range of quality, affordable generic
medicines, trusted by healthcare professionals and patients across
geographies. Ranbaxy's continued focus on R&D has resulted in several
approvals in developed markets and significant progress in New Drug
Discovery Research. The Company's foray into Novel Drug Delivery
Systems has led to proprietary "platform technologies," resulting in
a number of products under development. The Company is serving its
customers in over 125 countries and has an expanding international
portfolio of affiliates, joint ventures and alliances, ground
operations in 49 countries and manufacturing operations in 11

We are currently looking for a Manager - HR (Compensation & Benefits)
to join our Corporate HR Team.

The details of the position are:

The incumbent would be responsible for designing and implementing a
variety of programmes focussed on total rewards management.

Job Profile:

The major responsibilities of the job include:

a)Track & monitor market salary trends and practices (India and
b)Annual salary review (planning & implementation)
c)Benefits Benchmarking
d)Formulating & redesigning personnel policies in line with market
e)Expatriate compensation management
f)Job profiling and evaluation
g)Assessment Centres design and implementation
h)Administration of reward program

The position will report to the General Manager – HR and is based out
of Gurgaon.

Desired profile of candidate -

Educational Qualification: MBA in HR from a premier institute.

Experience: 2-5 years


•Business Acumen
•Customer Service
•Negotiation / influence
•Strong knowledge of Quantitative techniques
•Analytical skills / decision making
•Rewards Management
•High level of computer skills – MS Office & ERP
•Employee relations

Prior exposure to Compensation & Benefits will be preferred.

Salary is not a constraint for the right candidate.

Those interested may send their resumes to

Thanks & regards,

Mononeeta Law

Posted 1st November 2007 From India, Coimbatore


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