As a Human Resource Manager, you will play a pivotal role in the development and implementation of HR policies, procedures, and initiatives to support our employees and drive the company's success. You will be responsible for overseeing various HR functions, cultivate a positive work environment, and ensuring compliance with employment laws and regulations.
1. HR Strategy and Planning:
1.1 Develop and execute HR strategies aligned with the company's overall goals.
1.2 Collaborate with senior leadership to identify HR needs and provide strategic guidance.
2. Recruitment and Talent Acquisition:
2.1 Lead the recruitment process, including sourcing, interviewing, and selecting qualified candidates.
2.2 Develop effective onboarding processes to integrate new employees smoothly.
2.3 May consider the recruitment of a Talent Acquisition Specialist (Targeting > 20 employees in 2024)
3. Employee Relations:
3.1 Serve as the primary point of contact for employee concerns and conflict resolution.
3.2 Promote a positive workplace culture that fosters employee engagement and satisfaction.
4. Performance Management:
4.1 Implement and manage performance appraisal processes, providing constructive feedback to employees.
4.2 Develop and administer performance improvement plans when necessary.
5. Training and Development:
5.1 Identify training needs and coordinate employee development programs.
5.2 Ensure compliance with mandatory training requirements.
6. Compensation and Benefits:
6.1 Administer compensation and benefits programs, including salary reviews and benefits enrollment.
6.2 Stay informed about industry compensation trends and recommend adjustments as needed.
7. HR Compliance:
7.1 Ensure compliance with labor laws, regulations, and company policies.
7.2 Maintain accurate HR records and documentation.
8. Employee Engagement:
8.1 Develop and implement employee engagement initiatives, such as surveys, feedback mechanisms, and recognition programs.
9. HR Reporting and Analytics:
9.1 Compile HR data and generate reports to inform decision-making.
9.2 Use data insights to identify trends and areas for improvement
10. HR Administration:
10.1 Manage HR-related administrative tasks, such as payroll, leave management, and employee records.
- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources,
- Previous experience in HR or a related field is often required.
- Knowledge of HR laws and regulations.
- Detail-oriented and highly organized.
- Proficiency in HR software and Microsoft Office Suite.