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  • Performs HR Personnel Administration activities and other administrative functions by updating associates personal records like contract of employment, medical insurance, social security, etc. to the HR Database.
  • Assist and inform associates of the requirements in their transactions to facilitate the documentation process and achieve immediate result.
  • Share information to new associates so that they are quickly integrated into the organization by acquiring essential know how in the different administration process and procedures.
  • Assist and inform associates of the requirements in their transactions to facilitate the documentation process and achieve immediate result.
  • Perform personnel administration activities like updating personal files, records, salary increase and etc. through an efficient, effective and equitable implementation of the policies and standards of the company.
  • Records corrective and preventive actions imposed to erring associates in compliance with the approved company policies and Saudi Labor Laws (SLL) to inculcate discipline and obedience from all associates.

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-06-12
Job Location: Dammam, Saudi Arabia
Job Role: Human Resources and Recruitment
Company Industry: Automotive

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Entry Level
Gender: Female
Nationality: Saudi Arabia
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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