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femi
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Remunerations & benefits consultant 750 000
Job Type: Full-Time

Education

From 0 to 2005
university of ibadan
No added languages

Experience

hr generalist - comp & ben
guaranty trust bank plc
January 2007 - Present Day (10 years 5 months)
  • Payroll administration {monthly payment of salaries using Oracle software and MS Excel}
  • HRIS Administration {Manage the HR info system}
  • Gratuity Scheme Management {Administer gratuity benefits in line with policy and monitor gratuity funds with appointed pension fund custodian}
  • Remit deductions from payroll to the relevant statutory bodies {PAYE, NHF, PENSION,ECS}
  • Staff Separation {compute entries with respect to staff disengagement and communicate same to affected employee before effective date of exit}
  • Workforce insurance {insure workforce under Group Life, Workmen Compensation, Employee Compensation schemes}
  • HR analytics {analyze gathered HR data, develop metrics and trend analysis from gathered data for reporting and decision making}
  • Salary surveys / review of welfare package {annual salary surveys within industry using network of HR contacts}
  • Budgeting, monthly performance reporting / monitoring and management reporting
  • Absence management (managing annual, sick, exam leave records and paying the commensurate allowances where applicable)
  • BIK administration {club, education, gym subscriptions, medical refunds, health insurance - foreign & Local}
  • Staff Loans {Auto & mortgage}

ADHOC

  • HR internal audit and compliance
  • References {Background checks} on exited staff & new hires.
  • Conducting aptitude tests & arranging Interviews, Health screening & Onboarding, Career fares, brightest & the best campaign {campuses}
  • Annual bank-wide performance management & confirmation appraisal exercise for new employees
  • Maintaining HR Intranet, managing lines of communication for employee relations & production of Human Resources Newsletter