Human Resources Business Partner

Human Resources Business Partner

Job Description:

Principal Accountabilities

  • Responsible for managing and implementing all aspects of HR including workforce planning, talent development and succession management, employee relations, performance management, retention, and change management initiatives that support the business unit in achieving its goals.
  • Counsel and coach managers on management best practices, HR processes, policies, regulations and other sensitive HR issues. Ensure resolution of employee relations concerns including management of compliance investigations with related analysis and documentation.
  • Partner with management in implementing workforce planning, HR compliance, and organizational development plan.
  • Facilitate talent management program activities (including, but not limited to identification of high potential employees, development planning and succession planning)

Job Complexity
  • Is recognized as an expert in own area within the organization
  • Requires specialized depth and/or breadth of expertise
  • Interprets internal or external business issues and recommends solutions/best practices
  • Solves complex problems; takes a broad perspective to identify solutions
  • Works independently, with guidance in only the most complex situations
  • Progression to this level is typically restricted on the basis of business requirement
  • Identifies applications of functional knowledge and existing methodologies to complex problems
  • Serves as an expert within own function
  • Leads functional teams or projects and serves as a best practice/quality resource

Experience / Education
Typically requires a minimum of 5 years of related experience with a 4 year degree; Communicate well with various stakeholders in English and local language.


Time Type:
Full time

Job Category:
Human Resources

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Arrow is the ultimate technological enabler, working directly with partners, suppliers, and manufacturers to understand what’s possible and help them create it. They seek to bridge the gap between the possible and the practical. Arrow encourages its employees to live in the world that doesn’t quite exist yet—the world of Five Years Out.

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