Seeking the post of “HR Executive” in your company, where I can use my interactive and inter-personal skills towards the development of the organization.MBA in human resource management. 5 year working experience in the industry.
- Sound understanding of the duties of a Human Resource Executive in the organization.
- Ability to develop new employee friendly plans and implementing the same for the better output, attracting more business modules from the clients.
- Good introspection with insight to select deserving candidates during the recruitment process, matching the departmental and process requirements.
- Experience of sourcing, screening and short-listing the candidates during the recruitment process, as required by the operations head.
- Ability to restructure and implement programmes for outstanding customer service from the various business units in the organization.
- Experience of handling regular activities for the employees as a mind-bender, just to rejuvenate their energy levels, so that they can focus on productive output.
- Experience of developing the employee handbook including the corporate policies and procedures explained in the simple words.
- Capable of developing new attractive policies for the employees for their better involvement with the process and the duties.
- Proficient with computer applications with ability to roll out the details to all the employees within the given time period.
- Excellent communication and inter-personal skills.
- Responsible, hard-working with efficient time-management skill.
I have Human resources (HR) officer and my responsibility is for hiring, developing and looking after employees. This involves functions such as training and monitoring performance. Some employers offer financial assistance and study leave to enable employees to gain an approved CIPD qualification.And also work, which is often decidedly administrative in nature, involves documenting grievances, terminations, absences, performance reports, and compensation and benefits information. Beyond administrative duties, however, HR assistants are also often involved in recruiting, hiring, and training new employees.