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HR Officer

HR Officer Epping Cape Town – EE Position

Our Client is looking for a HR Officer with 5 years relevant HR experience or HR Generalist role.

Salary Negotiable + Benefits – Provident Fund Included. This is a EE position.

Job Requirements

HR Generalist

HR Generalist Paarden Eiland Cape Town EE Position Only

Our Food & Beverage Manufacturer in Paarden Eiland Cape Town is looking for a HR generalist HR Practitioner that will play an enabling role in implementing and maintaining human resources processes/systems.

Salary Very Negotiable EE Position ONLY

Requirements:

Human Capital Officer: Learning and Development

Essential criteria: ● The ideal candidate should possess demonstrable knowledge and competence in HR theory and practice in the following areas: employee performance management system and training and development ● knowledge of management and implementation of learnership and internship programmes ● Knowledge of labour legislation (EE, LRA, etc), codes of Good Practices and statutory regulat

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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