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Human Resources Services Specialist (1-year Contract)
|Work exp||3 Years To 15 Years or above|
|Location||Hong Kong Island|
|Industry||Freight Forwarding / Logistics / Delivery|
Human Resources > Employee Relations
Human Resources > Generalist HR
Human Resources > Training & Development
Work Location: Kwun Tong Office
As part of our dynamic HR team, you will implement and advise line managers on human resources policies and management practices to encourage an effective and engaged workforce. You will also research, analyse, develop and implement HR solutions that are critical to meeting business needs, formulate communication strategies and tools for updating HR policies and benefits practices, and facilitate employee training programs.
Along with a bachelor's degree, you should have one to two years' experience in human resources or related areas. Knowledge and familiarity with human resources systems, processes and practices are essential. Initial appointments will be made on a 1-year contract.
The Human Resources Services Department, Federal Express (Hong Kong) Limited
27/F, Nanyang Plaza, 57 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
(please quote the Ref. No. on the envelope and letter)
or email to HKGrecruit@fedex.com
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