Designing A Platform For Growth

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As a graduate with 3 years management experience in a customer facing and fast paced environment, I believe that my skills, background and qualifications are tailored to fit this role. I want to contribute and create a platform for growth in an area that I am familiar with and see my future career in. Currently working as a Health Care Assistant at King George Hospital, Dahlia ward and I can say that the NHS is a great organisation. I admire the development and support that I am getting. I want to offer my experience in this field to bring new ideas to the organisation as well as learn and experience what HR in the health sector can offer. Throughout my work history I have been required to utilise the range of Microsoft Office…show more content…
I make sure that information remains confidential, maintain the upmost discretion and adhere to best practice and data protection regulations whilst ensuring anonymity to prevent any potential bias. Furthermore, I have an excellent attention to detail, am approachable, well organised, committed in providing efficient and effective support to employees and has the ability to adapt and relate with different people at all levels. Previously responsible for training and development of employees, managing performance, HR records maintenance, payroll administration and the first point of contact for employees with HR and payroll related inquiries. I am also proficient in processing filing systems, diary management, dealing with customer complaints and employee relation issues. Currently in the process of enrolling for a CIPD Level 7 Advanced Diploma in Human Resources Management with ICS. I own a car and am willing to travel, otherwise willing to relocate if necessary. Below are my achievements, key skills and areas of expertise. CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS • Credited for revamping staff filing system to ensure completeness and accuracy of information is maintained. Achieved 95% internal audit compliance in personnel and training file. • Reduced staff turnover by 10% through instituting employee evaluation and a positive work culture parallel with the
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