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Assistant Manager HR
Posted Aug 30, 2012
Analyze and determine present & future manpwower requirements of the organization in conjunction with organizational objectives and budget To attract, identify and recruit best resources for the vacant positions Identify,analyze, plan & recommend training needs of employees through TNA,appraisal schemes and regular consultation with line manager Initiate, conduct and oversee Performance Evaluation Report, Promotion Boards and relating rewards with performance of employees Review and propose a new training & development strategy for the organization Ensure post-training learning outcomes from employees training and implementation of the same in the organization Conduct orientation sessions and arrange on-the-job training for new hires To resolve employee grievances in line with organizational needs To prepare and distribute written information to employees regarding their benefits, compensation and personnel policies To administer the pay-roll and resolving issues pertaining to pay and allowances Any other tasks as assigned by the supervisors
Proficiency in IT skills., Ability to work at own initiative., Ability to take responsibility /ownership of tasks, Hard worker, Honest, punctual and regular
Sep 29, 2012
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