HR Business Partner job for an exciting Fin Tech Firm to run all their HR projects and initiatives
Your new company
We are partnering with an exciting new firm in the financial technology scene and they are currently going through some exciting changes. As they are transforming their business, they are now looking for an Associate Director, HR Business Partner to join their energetic and dynamic team.
Your new role
This positions reports into the Group CHRO and will be a trusted HR advisor to senior management in the region. Your responsibilities will include developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives aligned with overall business strategy and bridging management and employee relations by addressing demands and grievances. You will also need to manage the recruitment and selection process, develop and monitor overall HR strategies and oversee and manage performance appraisal system that drives high performance. As the person heading the HR function, you will also need to review and improve on compensation and benefits, implement talent management initiatives and people strategies, nurture positive working environment, provide reports to management and provide support for decision making through HR metrics.
What you'll need to succeed
To be qualified for this position, you need to 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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