Assistant Manager, Com & Ben job for a large banking institution to drive all their reward initiatives
Your new company
We are partnering with a large banking institution and they are currently going through some exciting changes and transformation as they are looking to expand the business in other regions. They are searching for an Assistant Manager, Compensation & Benefits to join their growing team to continually enhance their performance.
Your new role
This position reports into the Head of Compensation and Benefits. Your responsibilities will include designing and implementing full spectrum of Com & Ben programmes for the region including incentive schemes, bonus frameworks and benefits programmes, working closely with the business to provide expert advice on C&B matters. As a specialist, you will also be involved in the full cycle from design to implementation and ensure effective delivery, manage data analysis and propose insights for decision making. You will also design and implement incentive plan, ensure the compensation and reward strategy is aligned with the business strategy and drive salary planning and bonus review process through the HR transformation system.
What you'll need to succeed
To be qualified for this position, you must possess:
What you'll get in return
In return for your commitment and expert knowledge, you'll be rewarded with:
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now'. For more information and to have a confidential discussion on this role or to find out about more opportunities in Human Resources, feel free to contact Sally Kok at +852 2230 7439 / Sally.Kok@hays.com.hk
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