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This role provides all round generalist HR support to CDW’s Shared Services Center is Cape Town South Africa (SSC), working closely with the local management team, against a backdrop of high growth and broadening service portfolio at the SSC. Ensuring South African regulatory compliance, supporting the management of change, and developing robust reporting, talent planning, compensation structures are central to the role.
Supports the business across all HR specialisms, working closely with UK or US based Centres of Excellence (e.g. Total Reward, Learning & Development), Health & Safety and local Recruitment
Serve as a coach and advisor to the SSC Management team and managers at all levels with respect to interpretation of company policy (Road to Success) and procedures and business practices.
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