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Regional Total Rewards Director, Shanghai (CN)

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Tags Compensation & Benefits


Date posted

03 Feb 2023

The Company

Our client is a leading multinational company with successful operations in China and across the Asian region, where they have enjoyed high growth over the past few decades. Regionally headquartered in Shanghai, where the company has a full business function setup, i.e., regional headquarter, commercial team, manufacturers, R&D centre and a shared service centre. Their regional leadership team is stable, with strong commitment to the sustainable growth of the organisation and business.

The Role

The Regional Total Rewards Director will be responsible for leading a team of professionals and overseeing all aspects of the compensation programs and health and welfare benefits plans for employees in the region. This includes developing compensation and benefit strategies that drive growth, attract and retain talent, optimise the workforce and drive productivity. Additionally, this role will be responsible for mobility as well as management of the related operations.  

The Individual

The individual shall be able to contribute to the development of the total reward strategy across all businesses and functions, in collaboration with others, assuring internal equity and external competitiveness. They shall have demonstrated strong leadership experience with involvement in execution as well as the development of strategic initiatives. Must have the ability to effectively lead people and get results through others. In-depth knowledge and experience in effectively leading a wide-spectrum of compensation and benefits programs and practices which supports results-oriented business is essential.

At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Compensation & Benefits
  • Industry
  • International Coverage
  • Global HQ
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Regional Head of HR
  • Potential upsides
    A world-class company with a top-notch reputation for HR. Great opportunity to influence senior leaders and shape business strategy.
  • Potential challenges
    Unstructured complex environment with tough stakeholders. Highly matrixed organisation that will demand strong stakeholder management.
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