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Global Compensation & Benefits Director, Taiwan (TW)

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Tags Compensation & Benefits


Date posted

01 Mar 2024

The Company

We are excited to be partnering with a world-leading organisation headquartered in Taiwan. Renowned for its cutting-edge technology and global influence in the semiconductor industry, this company has a strong emphasis on corporate governance and a drive for operational excellence. We are helping them to appoint a Global Head of Compensation & Benefits.

The Role

The Global Head of Compensation & Benefits will lead the HQ compensation planning department, ensuring the competitiveness of total compensation and benefits globally. The role will drive corporate governance processes, ESG initiatives, and equity-based compensation programs. Expertise in total reward planning and implementation will be crucial in aligning strategies with business needs, fostering open communication, and enhancing operational excellence.  

The Individual

The ideal candidate has at least 15 years of management experience in total rewards planning in a global company, preferably in a headquarter role. Possessing strong leadership skills and effective communication abilities, they should be adaptable, detail-oriented, and proactive. A global mindset, cultural adaptability, and fluency in English and Mandarin to generate insights, drive initiatives, and deliver high-quality results. Excellent communication skills in Mandarin, both written and spoken, are necessary to collaborate with stakeholders effectively.


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At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Compensation & Benefits
  • Industry
    IT & Telecommunications
  • International Coverage
  • Global HQ
    Asia Pacific
  • Global revenue
    US$100 Billion and over
  • Solid Report To
    Head of HR
  • Potential upsides
    The global presence and influence make this an attractive company for professionals seeking international exposure and opportunities.
  • Potential challenges
    The fast-paced and demanding nature of the semiconductor industry may result in a high-pressure work environment.
  • Job Reference

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