Support line management in creating high-performance teams by bringing right people on the right place and make sure line management are leveraging HR Centre and HRS processes to their full potentialSupport engagement activitiesAct as the coordinator of the employee satisfaction survey ensuring excellent deployment and strong communicationsRun reports from surveys for business partners and line managers that help to gain better insights to the outcomesSteer on development of improvement plans by line managers and be a mirror for line managers in order to improve an engaging leadership styleSetting up the local training calendar: integrate global programmes and all e-learnings into an annual scheduleSupport to create a learning & development cultureEnsure development and training of all employees based on their needs and requirements of the company, including mandatory trainings in accordance with Global standardsOrganised for successLiaise effectively with the Global HR Services to ensure accuracy of data in system, and extract insights from data to support the HR populationEnable local change programmes & projectsCreates and analyse data on effectiveness: rightsizing, delayering, spans of control, FTE management and bring in line with company standardsSupport local change initiatives and ensure required work council processes locallyRun the talent management cycle, ensuring application of all HR tools and processes in a compliant and timely manner (e.g. calibration sessions and updating and consolidation of succession plans)Support the collection, collation and reporting of talent data. Work closely with the HR Operations team to align and fix on data integrity gaps.Run process to ensure vacancy forecasts and define recruitment needs for own business areaBe the HR co-pilot for the line manager(s), supporting them locally on people and organisation related challengesCoach and mirror local line managers on creating the required win-win cultureContribution to the creation of HR policies, processes and procedures when consulted, and share feedback in the spirit of continuous improvementContribution to dialogue and community groups to share best practicesBuild and monitor local dashboards to maintain progress on key deliverablesContribution to the local communication calendar, including engagement activities and regular updates (townhalls and letters)RequirementsCandidate must possess at least a Diploma, Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma, Bachelor s Degree, Post Graduate Diploma, Professional Degree, any field.Fluent in EnglishAt least 7 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.Good understanding of the HR environment and local HR practicesExcellent organisational and communication skills - a trusted delivererA trusted advisor to relevant staff groupsProblem solving skillsProject management capability (including tools)Able to engage with stakeholders including peersFlexible in approach but works with focus and able adapts to changes in the environmentPragmatic, implementing solutions efficiently and effectivelyKnows how to leverage the whole HR function to get the work doneSpeed and focus behind agreed objectivesAble to regularly evaluates the effectiveness of on-going activities and shares learnings pro-actively
Type : Company job
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Salary : MYR 7,000 - 9,000
We provide business process management solutions across Asia Pacific countries. The services are to help clients design, transform, and run advanced operating models to combat volatility, control costs, manage risk and enable growth. We drive greater efficiency, effectiveness, and governance to make clients' businesses more competitive and agile.