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May
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Managers

Managers look after a specific department or area within a organisation, for example marketing, accounts or sales. Managers may also organize, plan and lead staffing groups. Individuals in managerial roles tend to wear many hats, like being a planner, organizer, cheerleader, coach, problem solver and decision maker.                …

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May
05

Human Resource Administrator

A human resource administrator is the first point of contact within a company for all HR-related inquiries. Human Resource Administrator Responsibilities Maintain HR Information, Data and Records Working in Human Resource Management may involve collecting data such as sick leave, annual leave, employment contracts, performance management records, learning and development records, company policies and procedure…

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May
05

Human Resource Coordinator

Human resource coordinators manage and oversee issues related to staff orientation and employment, data collection and reporting, injury management, compensation and labour negotiations. Human Resource Coordinators are responsible for overseeing the full employee lifecycle, in addition to contributing to the development and review of HRM policies, and analysing data metrics.   Human Resource Coordinator Responsibilities…

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Apr
06

Supervisors

A supervisor is a lower-level management position that is based on authority over workers in the workplace. Supervisors mainly look after communicating organizational needs, whilst working towards achieving organizational goals and objectives within a team of individuals. Supervisor Responsibilities Organizing Team Workflow A supervisor oversees a team of individuals to achieve day to day team…

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Mar
21

Executive Personal Assistant

An executive personal assistant will look after duties for a corporate manager in a company or corporation. Individuals in this role usually report to a director or executive-level manager of a company.   Executive Personal Assistant Responsibilities Maintaining executives’ schedules and calendars The larger the company the more this task is required for an executive-level manager.…

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Feb
14

Customer support officers

A customer support officer job involves communicating with stakeholders via telephone, face-to-face or email regarding a particular service or product. Customer support officers generally work in a contact centre or the customer support department of a business. In addition, they are also responsible for answering a wide range of inquiries to stakeholders in relation to…

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Feb
13

Frontline Managers

A frontline manager is the first or second manager, who is directly responsible for production of goods and services. Frontline managers jobs are always evolving and dynamic; therefore a frontline manager needs to be able to adapt to business changes regularly. Frontline Manager Responsibilities Interacting With Customers Frontline managers interact with customers regularly and deal…

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Feb
05

Corporate Receptionists

A corporate receptionist is the first point of contact for any visitors to the office or anyone contacting the organisation. The position allows individuals to gain a vast  insight on many different areas of a organisation. Working in this role can provide a individual with a large array of skills, knowledge and experience within the…

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