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Human Resources(HR)

Do you dream of a job in Human Resources (HR)? Looking for a vacancy as an HR officer, recruitment officer or any other HR job? You've come to the right place!

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Safety officer/consultant

1. Compilation of occupational health & safety files.
2. Management, monitoring and auditing of occupational health & safety files.
3. Compilation and management of client integrated management systems.
4. Client liaison and assistance.
5. Client hunting and sales.
6. Traveling to client premises and sites.
7. Any other orders given by management.

Project Manager HR

Overseeing the entire campaign of recruitment, selection, HR Management, Client relationship management. Weekly and monthly reports and updates to shareholders and management. Site visits - it is ESSENTIAL that applicants must have their own transport - NOT public transport. Problem and Risk assessments and solutions.

Training Administrator

• Provide broad based administrative support to the training team through efficient and accurate completion of all administration and related functions.
• Act as point of contact for the Training Department and dealing with training related queries.
• Actively engaging with operations and maintaining training compliance.

Training Administrator

• Provide broad based administrative support to the training team through efficient and accurate completion of all administration and related functions.
• Act as point of contact for the Training Department and dealing with training related queries.
• Actively engaging with operations and maintaining training compliance.

Training Administrator

• Provide broad based administrative support to the training team through efficient and accurate completion of all administration and related functions.
• Act as point of contact for the Training Department and dealing with training related queries.
• Actively engaging with operations and maintaining training compliance.

Questions you should never ask in an interview

Asking questions in an interview can be a positive sign to future employers, however the wrong questions could ruin your chances of landing the job.

So how do you know if your questions are inappropriate?

In the video 'NEVER Ask These Questions in a Job Interview' career coach Don Georgevich helps job seekers understand what to say and, more importantly, what not to say in their next interview.

Avoid ME-type questions

The general rule of thumb is to stay away from me-type questions.

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