Human Resource Management: Overseeing various aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes recruitment, staffing, training and development, performance monitoring, employee counseling, and handling employee grievances.
Payroll and Benefits Administration: Managing payroll processing and administering employee benefits. This involves ensuring accurate salary payments, tax deductions, and compliance with employment laws.
Record Keeping and Documentation: Maintaining employee records, including personal data, attendance, leaves, performance reviews, and compensation details, ensuring confidentiality and compliance with data protection regulations.
Policy Implementation and Compliance: Assisting in the development and implementation of organizational policies and procedures. Ensuring that company practices comply with applicable laws and regulations.
Employee Relations and Communication: Acting as a liaison between management and employees, facilitating internal communication and addressing any employment-related issues that arise.
Training and Development: Coordinating and facilitating training and development programs for employees. This includes identifying training needs, organizing training sessions, and evaluating their effectiveness.
Recruitment and Onboarding: Managing the recruitment process from posting job ads to conducting interviews and coordinating the onboarding process for new hires.
Performance Management: Assisting in the performance review process, including setting performance standards, conducting appraisals, and providing feedback to employees.
Office Administration: Overseeing day-to-day administrative tasks, such as managing office supplies, coordinating meetings, and maintaining office facilities.
Project Management: Participating in or leading administrative projects, such as implementing new HR systems or processes.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration, or a related field.
Relevant experience in HR or administrative roles is often required.
Key skills include excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills, along with a thorough understanding of employment laws and HR best practices.
Proficiency in HR software and Microsoft Office Suite is also highly valued.
The ability to handle sensitive information with discretion and maintain confidentiality is essential.