Policy maker, administrative expert, house keeper,canceller,welfare officer, legal consultant.
2.) Operational Roles--
Recruiter, trainer,developer, coordinator,mediator,employee champion.
3.) Strategic roles--
Change agent, strategic partner
From India, Delhi
nejati80The Human Resources Manager is responsible for oversight of all human resources systems and procedures, including recruitment and selection, training and development, performance management (evaluations), conflict resolution, and compensation/rewards management and ensuring compliance with governing regulations. and he/she will be responsible for the development and implementation HR policies and procedures. As briefly indicting as below:
Design and Implementation of Human Resource Systems, Policies and Procedures
Staffing & Recruitment
Review and advise senior management on annual staffing plans as part of annual operating planning process to ensure alignment with outreach performance goals, centers expansion plans, institutional development/ transformation requirements, and other needs.
Implement and manage the performance evaluation system to ensure that all employees receive a timely evaluation according to organization policy.
Compensation Administration / Rewards Management
Maintain and update on an ongoing basis the company salary matrix in consultation with company management team. Conducing salary survey on the basis of strategic objectives
Ensure proper maintenance and updating of all organization personnel files and HRIS
Ensure accurate and timely institutional responses to all employment related enquiries, including employment applications, reference checks, and confirmations of employment, or others, in accordance with local legislation and established policies and procedures.
Orientation, Training & Development
Responsible for all the organization staff Training and Development
Department Planning & Development
Develop human resources strategic plan that matches the operational and financial projections and anticipates staff qualifications and needs required for transformation to a regulated financial institution.
From Singapore, Singapore