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Human resources manager 350 000
Job Type: Full-Time


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University of Lagos
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University of Lagos
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Human Resources Manager
Woolworths Retail stores limited
January 2012 - Present Day (5 years 7 months)


  • Staffing, recruitment and selection
  • Company policy implementation
  • Payroll administration
  • Performance Management
  • Salary and Compensation management


  • Successful set up of Woolworths stores with proper and adequate staffing
  • Implementation of the employee policy in relation to the Labour law guidelines
  • The creation of a payroll process in the company
  • Registration of the staff under new pension scheme, retainer clinics, and insurance scheme
  • Assisting with the creation and implementation of yearly budget
  • Creation of a training and development plan
Human Resources Manager
LogistiQ Xpeditors Limited
May 2009 - December 2011 (2 years 8 months)


  • Revised job descriptions across all levels. "Shadowed" and interviewed employees to construct an accurate picture of the duties and skills required for each position.

  • Setting up the Human resources department to fully operational status through the issuance and development of effective and realistic policies. This include(s):

  • Training and development ( in-house and externalPolicy development and management ( Staff Policy Handbook, Anti-corruption policy and Health, Safety and Environment policy);

  • Staff appraisal/performance management;

  • With the assistance of the Heads of Departments, we developed a Standard Operating Procedure for each department.

  • Assisting employees to achieve their set targets by drawing up realistic procedures and observing the SMARTER rules.

Human Resources Manager
iConcepts Limited
December 2007 - April 2009 (1 year 5 months)

Key accomplishments include:

  • overall management of the personnel / human resource function;
  • Successfully developed a Staff Policy Handbook using the Labour Law as a guide and a comparative industry survey
  • formulating personnel systems and strategies appropriate to the company’s corporate mission and goals;
  • recruiting and selecting staff;
  • keeping the management  informed on personnel and employee-relations policies, as needed, to preserve and facilitate company strategy;
  • planning and directing employee training and development programmes;
  • improving management / employee communications, including mediating in disputes and advising line managers on how to implement personnel policies;
  • ensuring compliance with labour  law;
  • Ensuring that health and safety procedures are adequate.
  • Employee on - boarding management