Employee Relations: Conveying the right corporate messages from the management to employees at all levels; Supporting the organisation with a friendly culture to ensure that the working environment is amiable yet competitive; Maintaining historical human resources records by designing a filing and retrieval system; Maintaining past and current records.
Recruitment and Retention: Overseeing a recruitment, testing and interviewing programme; Counseling managers on candidate selection; Conducting and analysing exit interviews; Analysing wages, salary reports and data in order to determine competitive compensation plans; Organising employee benefits programmes and welfare; Studying and recommending benefits programmes to the management; Directing the processing of benefits programmes.
Learning and Development: Implementing strategic organisational changes in order to increase productivity and employee satisfaction; Establishing and conducting orientation and training programmes; Creating partnerships with other division managers and management in order to initiate, develop and implement HR strategies for business objectives and productivity.
Male or female, 35-48 years old.
Bachelorís Degree or Higher in Law, Business Administration, Political Science, Social Science or any related fields.
At least 10 years of experience in HRM and HRD, preferably in the jewelry industry or manufacturing.
Knowledge of HR disciplines, i.e. staffing, employee relations, employment laws, and compensation & benefits management.
Business and organisational awareness is a plus.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Able to transform a vision into results.
Logical thinking and able to analyse situations.
Able to establish and implement a systematic work process.
Competent and comfortable to work in a change and matrix environment.
Good command of spoken and written English.
the recruitment agency
Since PRTRís establishment in Thailand in 1990, we have been a part of a roller coaster ride called Thailandís economy. We have witnessed the highs of the property boom, the collapse of the currency, ...