Job Openings Payroll Specialist

About the job Payroll Specialist

  1. Manage the full spectrum of payroll (United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Malaysia).
  2. Liaise with external contacts on payroll and statutory matters.
  3. To build strong network with all local regulatory authorities.
  4. Responsible for reporting functions on weekly/monthly/quarterly or ad-hoc basis.
  5. Ensure all essential policy and regulatory requirements are communicated and disseminated to the relevant parties on a timely basis.
  6. Ensure all staff related polices, procedures and practices comply with local regulatory requirements, reflect best practice and are within Group directions.
  7. To manage the HRIS database and ensure the information is captured correctly.
  8. Provide general HR support across the offices
  9. To assist in general HR administrative duties e.g. maintain systematic filing system and safe keeping of important documents.
  10. To administer staff movements and staff resignation / termination of service.
  11. To administer leave records i.e. keep track of supporting documents for medical and emergency leaves, daily leave monitoring and updating.
  12. Compiling, editing, formatting and assisting to manage the delivery of regular HR reports on timely manners.
  13. Formatting and maintain all HR related document templates and policies.
  14. Continuous improvement on document management processes, including document version control and the HR workflow.
  15. To contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  16. Undertake special assignments, ad-hoc projects and related duties as and when required.
  17. Comply with the Company’s HSE regulations and policy.
  18. Cooperate with supervisory and management personnel to ensure the Company’s safety responsibilities are fulfilled.