Completed Permanent Singapore - Regional

The Company

The client is a listed Asian company with a strong presence in Asia. The company has a strong track record of stable growth and profits. It has built a foundation based on quality, trusted products and services, and a reputation based on a strong Asian heritage and values of trust and respect. To remain competitive, it has embarked on a journey of business and HR transformation to prepare the company for the next level of growth.

The Role

The role will report to and work closely with the CHRO, to lead, review, design, develop and implement the reward strategy, philosophy, policies and programs across the Group. You will be responsible for all C&B matters. Preparing and supporting the workforce to be future ready. Monitoring market trends on compensation and benefits and making innovative recommendations that can provide the edge in attracting and retaining talent. Conducting analysis on pay and benefits to ensure internal equity and external competitiveness. Managing the annual performance management and compensation review process and leading, planning and preparing for remuneration and compensation (REMCO) meetings.  

The Individual

You are a well-rounded Rewards leader with a strong MNC background who has ideally also worked in an Asian setup. You know what good HR looks like and are ready to drive a sound Rewards strategy from the corporate headquarters. You are a self-starter who is highly self-motivated, resilient and tenacious with a good track record in change management. You have the gravitas and confidence to interact, influence and convince senior stakeholders in the business and the REMCO function. You know, appreciate and embrace the Asian culture and values.

Posted on 07 Aug 2018

The Chapman Consulting Group Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

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Job function
Compensation & Benefits
Industrial & Manufacturing
International Coverage
Global HQ
Asia Pacific
Global revenue
US$1-10 Billion
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Potential upsides
This is a team management role which will develop and drive the rewards strategy at the group level.
Potential downsides
You will need to be able to manage and influence demanding senior stakeholders which can be stressful if you do not have the level of maturity and confidence needed.