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Commodity Leader - Indirect (Professional Services & Travel)
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Parma
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Description As part of their global transformation, this specialized equipment/machinery manufacturer is currently hiring for a Commodity Leader to join their Indirect Procurement function in Parma
Global Category Manager Professional Services
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Bonn (53111), Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Description A rapidly growing Pharmaceutical Organisation, are looking for a strategic and highly ambitious candidate to join their newly created Procurement Organisation, based in the Bonn area
Manufacturing Director
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Singapore
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Description More about this role: Reports to the Site HeadDetails of this role:- Exp in Synthetic Drug Substance Manufacturing, project management, commercial drug operations (manufacturing, quality
Indirect Procurement Analyst- Professional Services
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Salary: US$75000 - US$90000 per annum
  • Description Indirect Procurement Analyst- (Professional Services) Greensboro, NCSalary: $75,000-90,000 Our client is a Fortune 300 company and is in need of an experienced Indirect Procurement Analyst and will
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Washington, District of Columbia
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Description Job Responsibilities: * Develop and deploy category sourcing strategies for various parts of the organizations (e.g. Consulting, Legal, HR, Travel & Entertainment, Fleet, MRO, Equipment
Strategic Sourcing Manager- Indirect Commodities
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Tampa, Florida
  • Salary: US$100000 - US$120000 per annum
  • Description Strategic Sourcing Manager-Indirect Required for Fortune 500 Organization Tampa, FL$100,000-$120,000A leading organization located in the Tampa, FL area, is looking to hire an Strategic Sourcing

Human Resource (HR) Managers are responsible for a company’s HR activities, and they lead the human resources team. This role has a broad remit with a number of key responsibilities, including the coordination of recruitment activities, setting and implementing codes of conduct, overseeing disciplinary actions, and reviewing employee benefit policies.
HR managers should knowledgeable in all human resources disciplines, such as benefits and compensation, employee relations, training and development, and recruitment and selection. Additionally, HR managers should have solid communication skills and an impartial, diplomatic approach. 

Job Specification, Salary, Outlook

HR managers ensure that the organization attracts and retains the best talent, motivate and lead the HR team, and work with employees to ensure they are highly engaged, and feel safe and secure in the workplace. They should be well versed in sexual harassment policies, familiar with equal opportunity laws and the processes for wrong treatment in the workplace.
So how much do human resource managers earn? It depends on a number of factors, but the average salary for human resource managers in the United States is $64,903 per annum, with a range of $41,437 - $95,396. Factors that affect the level of salary include job location, technical skills, on-the-job experience, and academic background. In the UK, an average salary of £35,770 per year can be expected, with a range of £24,980 - £52, 323.

Job Description

This role includes strategic planning, working with the other departments and senior management on strategy, disciplinary issues and organizational mission. The HR manager manages and guides the overall provision of HR services, programs and policies for an organization.

Typical Responsibilities: 

  • Developing and implementing human resources strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy
  • Managing the selection and recruitment process
  • Employee relations such as addressing grievances, demands, or other issues
  • Supporting current and future organizational and business needs through the engagement and development of human capital
  • Nurturing a healthy and positive working environment for increased productivity
  • Overseeing and managing performance appraisal systems
  • Maintaining benefits programs and pay plans
  • Assessing training needs and monitoring training programs
  • Ensuring legal compliance throughout HR management
  • Recruiting, staffing and departmental planning
  • Employee onboarding, needs assessments and training 
  • Policy documentation and development 
  • Employee relations and company-wide committee facilitation
  • Benefits and compensation administration
  • Employee welfare, safety, health and wellness 

Key Skills & Qualifications     

Academic qualifications and relevant experience are important for this role. Typically, a bachelor's or master’s degree in human resources, management, business or another related field is required. 
HR managers should also have the ability to work under pressure, leadership qualities, an objective approach and high levels of diplomacy.

Required job skills:

  • Knowledge of compensation, employment law, recruitment, employee relations, safety, and employee engagement
  • Excellent coaching and interpersonal skills
  • Solid written and presentation skills
  • Experience leading a team
  • Excellent computer literacy, including experience of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) and Microsoft Office.
  • Experience in the administration of benefits, compensation, engagement and recognition programs.

Job Trends  

The majority of employment categories within HR and recruitment are seeing year-on-year growth in job adverts; a positive sign of the sector’s health and opportunities. Workforce planning, which falls into the category of organizational development, is also experiencing growing demand. Many companies are going through growth phases, expanding their markets and looking for ways to be remain competitive. They are therefore focusing on the future capability of the business, which involves workforce planning -  HR professionals are expected to be able to identify the resources a company will need. Workplace culture is also a focus within organizational development, as companies wish to protect or evolve their culture during growth. Talented HR professionals can find creative ways to build culture and to leverage positive workplace culture when attracting the best talent.