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Head of HR, Hong Kong (HK)

Hong Kong
Status interviewing
Tags Employee Relations Generalist HR


Date posted

28 Mar 2024

The Company

We are working with a European headquartered global retail brand. This FMCG organisation, is committed to driving cultural and operational transformation across its global business. This progressive company demonstrates its ability to be diverse yet unified through its core values, empowering their employees to become the best versions of themselves.

The Role

The Head of HR will be responsible for developing and executing business strategies, streamlining operations and driving a culture of high performance and results, with a particular focus on employee engagement.  

The Individual

The successful candidate should have a demonstrated history of creating creative and forward-looking people and talent strategies that contribute to collaborative and high-performing teams. They should be capable of tactfully managing relationships at all levels within the organisation, particularly at the executive level, to develop trust and influence through relationships and data.


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At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Employee Relations Generalist HR
  • Industry
    Consumer Goods
  • International Coverage
  • Global HQ
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Regional HRD
  • Potential upsides
    This is a great opportunity to take ownership of HR initiatives and work closely with top leadership at a critical moment in the function's growth.
  • Potential challenges
    Expanding the responsibilities and impact of your position will require active networking and effectively navigating a dynamic and fast-paced work environment with a proactive approach.
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