IHS Markit HR Business Partner in Singapore, Singapore
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Advises business leaders within country and region in the successful implementation, management and administration of various Human Resources (HR) programs, practices and procedures. Utilizes a strong understanding of business/geographic needs to advise company leadership in HR policy and program matters. Recommends appropriate courses of action in support of the company’s strategic direction. Leads the integration of complex business factors to build business/talent capability, develop leaders and succession plans and drive business change efforts. Oversees the administration of HR programs designed to establish and maintain effective colleague relations through the uniform and equitable application of policies and procedures. Ensures compliance with internal corporate policy, as well as external local government regulations and statutory requirements.
Partners with business leaders to build upon current HR programs and address specific talent needs to achieve desired business results.
Consults with business leaders on talent, leadership, business strategy, organization development, rewards and culture.
Oversees the efforts of the HR organization in the achievement of strategic and operational objectives.
Partners with business leaders to identify HR implications (organizational design, colleague selection and development, colleague relations, compensation, talent management, performance management, diversity initiatives, etc.) relative to business strategies.
Responsible for leading assigned HR team(s) in delivering high-quality HR programs at a business unit, country or regional level.
Participates in the development of IHS-wide projects, including understanding their implications to the business and on colleagues.
Partners and supports global HR team in resolving local issues and implementing global HR strategies and programs.
Ensures the HR programs developed, implemented and administered align and support the business unit’s strategies and operational objectives.
Develops and generates HR metrics and reports and recommends strategies to drive productivity and improvements.
Works systematically to diagnose problems, analyze data, identify root cause and recommend solutions for HR-related business issues.
Remains current with industry best practices to identify opportunities for improving HR’s support of business operations.
Ensures effective communication and deployment of HR programs to result in greater acceptance of programs by the organization.
Assists the HR organization at the local level during the annual performance management, salary planning and benefits enrollment processes (and all other annual HR programs).
Analyzes business challenges, current HR programs and external market best practices/trends to identify improvement opportunities.
Understands applicable local governmental regulations and advocates compliance requirements.
Strong knowledge of the practices and principles within HR area of specialization and has the ability to apply this knowledge and expertise to business issues, operational strategies and results
Ability to establish interpersonal relationship with all levels in a multicultural environment
Strong presentation and communication skills
Strong project management skills
At least 8 years’ relevant experience, some of which will have been in the Financial Services industry
Previous team or project lead experience
Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent combination of education and experience
Occasional travel including overnight domestic or international trips may be required
Eligible colleagues must meet the requirements of the job as indicated in the posted job description.
Colleagues must have at least six months of continuous service in their current position with IHS to apply for a posted job, unless approval is granted by the colleagues’ supervisor and Human Resources. This period allows colleagues to become competent in their current role and demonstrate satisfactory performance.
Colleagues must be in good standing in their current role. Colleagues who have received Disciplinary Action or who have been on a Performance Improvement Plan within the past 6 months may not participate in the Job Posting Program, unless approval is granted by the colleague’s supervisor and Human Resources.
Provided that the colleague meets the eligibility requirements mentioned above, as well as the minimum requirements for the position of interest, the colleague should notify his /her supervisor of the intent to apply for an internal position, prior to posting. Any concerns with supervisory notification should be brought to the attention of Human Resources.
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EEO is the Law at http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeocselfprint_poster.pdf
EEO is the Law Supplement at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/OFCCPEEOSupplementFinalJRFQA508c.pdf
Right to Work at http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/USCIS/Verification/E-Verify/E-VerifyNativeDocuments/OSCRighttoWorkPoster.pdf
Pay Transparency Policy at https://www.dol.gov/ofccp/pdf/pay-transp_formattedESQA508c.pdf
E-Verify at https://e-verify.uscis.gov/emp/media/resourcesContents/EverifyPosterEnglish.pdf