Hyatt Director of Human Resources in SEOUL, South Korea

Description:
* To ensure the smooth and efficient running of the Human Resources Division and the implementation of Hyatt’s Value and Culture throughout the hotel. * Ensures that the Department’s activities are aligned with the Corporate Human Resources Strategy, and that the Hotel Actions have been implemented where appropriate. * Represents the Human Resources function on the hotel's Leadership Committee members. * Co-ordinates and monitors the activities of the Human Resources Division. * Prepares and updates the Human Resources Departmental Operations Manual. * Ensures that the hotel is adhering to all Company/Hotel Human Resources Policies and Procedures. * Ensures that government-stipulated employee legislation is strictly followed and implemented. * Oversees the hotel's employee welfare programmes, ensuring that the benefits supplied are relevant and competitive in the local market place. * Ensures that the necessary Human Resources forms are forwarded to the Divisional/Regional Human Resources Specialists promptly. * Conducts regular Departmental Communication Meetings. * Expected Annual Basic Salary: KW 80,000,000 - 90,000,000 (excluding incentive)

Qualifications:
* A minimum of four years' experience in a senior leadership role overseeing Human Resources preferably within the Hospitality / Tourism industry. * Experience of industrial relations management(union) and Solid knowledge of Labor Law in South Korea market. * Relevant studies (Bachelor degree minimum) with focus in Business, Human Resources Management and/or Tourism & Hospitality. * Demonstrated leadership ability in achieving and delivering results that align with strategic business goals * Fluency (read, speak and write) in both Korean and English.

Primary Location: KR-11-Seoul
Organization: Grand Hyatt Seoul
Job Level: Full-time
Job: Human Resources
Req ID: SEO000973

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