Job Description for HR Jobs Abroad (Europe)
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for supervising all aspects of human resources and practices. Responsibilities may vary depending on the size of the company and evolution of the Human Resources function.
Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities for HR Jobs Abroad
- Carry out tasks related to recruitment and induction training of new employees.
- Liaise with recruitment agencies and head-hunters.
- Ensure that employee related data is kept up-to-date and in compliance with GDPR.
- Implement and manage performance management systems and train employee superiors in performance management processes.
- Take an active part in performance review programmes and assist other managers in performance appraisals
- Conduct analysis on a variety of matters (such as employee satisfaction, employee turnover etc.) and present reports and recommendations.
- Implement strategies to motivate employees.
- Develop training programmes according to company needs and coordinate delivery of training.
- Disseminate information to employees on a regular basis.
- Plan, direct and coordinate HR policies, procedures, practices and employee handbook of the company.
- Ensure compliance with standards and legislations relating to employees’ rights, health and safety, equal opportunities, GDPR and related concerns.
- Be responsible for staff development and well-being.
- Carry out ‘exit interviews’ with employees leaving the company.
- Represent the company at court hearings dealing with HR related matters.
- Participate in career fairs and job fairs.
- Keep up-to-date with developments in the human resources field.
- Oversee the payroll process.
Compatibility with the Company’s Values
- Possess an aptitude towards creating a safe environment to himself and others
- Be able to commit and provide quality to his/her line of work
- Strive to create a customer-driven approach
- Believe that teamwork makes work more efficient and leads to better productivity
- Show respect and integrity at the workplace and able to work in a team
- Believe that continuous professional development is the key to continue growing within the Company and keen to attend training as required
- Cultivate a strong understanding of key social and environmental issues
- People management and supervisory skills to supervise a team
2. Personal Organisational and planning skills
- Problem solving and decision-making skills
- Time management and multitasking skills
- The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
- The ability to work independently and as part of a team
- A methodical approach to work
- A sense of initiative, Accuracy, Assertiveness, Attention to detail
- Business acumen, Diligence, Efficiency, Flexibility, Proactive and energetic attitude
3. Technical (Specific to the Job)
- Knowledge of the principles and practices of Human Resources Management
- The ability to develop and implement personnel policies
- Knowledge of employment legislation and regulations
- The ability to carry out research, interpret data and communicate the results to company stakeholders
4. Information Technology
- Fluent with MS Office Applications (Word, Excel…)
5. Health & Safety
- Knowledge of health and safety procedures