Act as the first point of contact for HR related queries.
Develop and maintain administrative systems and procedures to provide support forHR and Admin activity and projects. This includes:
Drafting employment contracts and basic correspondence to individualsrelating to the employee life-cycle.
Collating and circulating documents.
Ensuring staff records are well maintained and that periodic tidying up ofrecords is undertaken.
Plan, organize and manage all activities of the Payroll Operations Team handling the Lao PDR Clients
Management of payroll for the internal and external (client), including Personal Income Tax and LSSO of internal and client employees.
Making and managing actual payments to the TaxRIS and for LSSO for internal and client employees.
Dealing with government ministries related to Tax, Labour, Social Security and Immigration.
Liaising with finance team to distribute salaries to bank accounts of internal and client employees on time.
Review and processing of purchase orders, invoices and expenses.
Maintaining supplier set-ups, requesting bank details and verifying changes.
Liaise with finance team to manage tax matters in relation to the internal and external (client) companies' business, including Personal Income Tax, Corporate Tax, Value Added Tax, Withholding Tax, Etc.
Work closely with the Country Manager to remain aware of local and state policies and procedures and provide strategic advice on license applications, submission, and investment opportunities for Government approval.
Act as spokesperson for the client and representative for the company on license application to crucial Government departments and elected officials, their staff, and administrative agencies.
Take proactive action for any Government Relations issues and processes; raise awareness among the team.
Undertake any other work that may be reasonably required from time to time.
Provide administration support for recruitment campaigns when needed which may include: posting job adverts; liaising with candidates; processing reference requests and other background checks; preparing offer letters and employment contracts; notifying unsuccessful candidates if necessary.
In addition to the above, you may be required to work on other projects under the direction of the Country Manager.