Global HR Manager

Job description


As a Global HR Manager, you will be responsible for leading and overseeing the human resources function across multiple countries and regions on a global scale. Your primary focus will be on developing and executing the global HR strategy, driving HR initiatives, and ensuring alignment with business goals. You will provide strategic leadership, collaborate with regional HR teams, and work closely with senior management to optimize HR practices globally. This role requires strong leadership skills, knowledge of global best HR practices, and the ability to navigate complex international HR landscapes.

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Key Duties:

  • Develop and execute the global HR strategy, aligning with business objectives and driving cultural alignment across regions.
  • Oversee the implementation and standardization of HR policies, processes, and programs globally.
  • Provide strategic guidance to regional HR teams, ensuring consistent HR practices and compliance across multiple countries and regions.
  • Collaborate with senior management to align HR initiatives with business goals, foster employee engagement, and drive talent management strategies.
  • Lead and support organizational development and change management initiatives globally.
  • Drive the development and implementation of global HR programs, such as performance management, succession planning, and employee development.
  • Ensure compliance with local labor laws, regulations, and employment practices across various jurisdictions.
  • Develop and monitor key HR metrics to assess HR effectiveness, identify trends, and recommend improvements.
  • Lead global HR projects, such as HR system implementations, HR process harmonization, and global talent acquisition and retention strategies.
  • Provide guidance and support on employee relations matters, including dispute resolution, disciplinary actions, and terminations.
  • Manage and oversee compensation and benefits programs, ensuring competitiveness and compliance globally.
  • Collaborate with regional HR teams to support employee engagement initiatives, diversity and inclusion programs, and employee wellness initiatives.
  • Stay informed about industry best practices, employment trends, and emerging HR technologies.
  • Manage relationships with external vendors, such as HR consultants and service providers, to ensure effective HR service delivery.
  • Stay updated with changes in global HR regulations and labor laws, ensuring compliance and mitigating HR-related risks.

  • Identify the following cases and be able to recommend corrective actions
  1. People that are not happy in their current position .
  2. People that are not happy with their leadership.
  3. People that are mistreated.
  4. People that are mistreating other people.

Promote Cross-Cultural activities

  1. Develops a deep understanding of the business they support and focuses on driving and delivering organizational change initiatives as appropriate.
  2. Anchor the employee onboarding and related activities for new hires
  3. Support the execution the employee engagement agenda in country in partnership with the Country HR Head and People advisors, which includes yearly activities like engagement surveys (Pulse, GPTW), Growth Week, etc.
  4. Partners with non-agile business partners and other pooled resources to drive talent management initiatives for the business they support, enabling people to build the capabilities our business values, and ensuring implementation of focused talent management processes that are aligned to business priorities and objectives, monitoring their impact on organizational effectiveness.
  5. Maintain, update, and communicate & Dashboard monthly as per metrics and provide analytical support.
  6. Leverages best practices and identifies efficiencies and opportunities based on deep experience delivering agile projects across a variety of businesses.
  7. Ensures personal and team compliance with the function’s safety and ethics rules and processes, follows procedures, and provides an exemplary display.
  • Proficient in using HRIS systems and HR analytics tools for data-driven decision-making.
  • Understanding of data protection regulations and confidentiality requirements in handling employee information.
  • Continuous learning mindset to stay updated with changes in global HR regulations and best practices.
HR Business Advisory – Other
Software Product
Human Resources
Full Time, Permanent
HR Business Advisory
Any Graduate
Key Skills
Skills highlighted with ‘‘ are preferred keyskills
Compensation,  Management Compensation,  Benchmarking,  Talent Management, Leadership Skills, 
HR Policy Formulation, Retention Management, Organization DesignHR Strategy, Performance Management

About OpenLM:

OpenLM is among the most trusted global engineering and specialty software license management vendors (source: Gartner). Founded in 2007, today OpenLM has more than 1000 global customers. Almost 10% of these customers belong to the ‘Fortune 1000’ club and 400 of them are from the US.

Serving across 15+ industries – Aerospace, Automotive, Engineering Services, Defense, Industrial Manufacturing, Healthcare, Semiconductors, Energy, Power & Utility, Gaming, Government, Telecommunication, Mining, Electronics, Construction, and more, OpenLM boasts of an NPS (Net Promoter Score) of 4.6.

  • Founded in Pardesia, Israel in 2007.

  • Branches in USA, Moldova, Japan, France, and India.

  • Focussing on all geographies including North America, Europe, India, Australia, Malaysia, China, Thailand, Singapore, LATAM, and others.

  • GSA Contract holder.


OpenLM India is a subsidiary of OpenLM, Israel. This branch will be focused on enhancing OpenLM’s services and products across Asia and other continents. The R&D center in India will be responsible for bringing innovative products, services, and solutions to the global engineering and specialty software market.

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