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Marketing
More than merely promoting and selling a product, Marketing is about creating value for consumers from a particular target market at a profit. Marketers determine when, where, and how a business communicates to its customers through integrated marketing campaigns backed up by insights gained through analytical tools. It is therefore an essential component in all stages of the business, from product development to retail distribution.
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OPERATIONS

Operations Manager
  • Operations Managers handle overall operations and are responsible for effectively managing labor, productivity, and safety in the workplace.
  • They must have good leadership, organization, decision-making, and business negotiation skills.
  • They maintain operation systems and processes, and prepare annual budget.
Procurement Managers
  • They purchase different materials and equipment that the company needs for its daily operations from various supplier.
  • They must be good in negotiation, math and analytical skills.
  • They produce purchasing plans and reports, suppliers database.

Operations Analyst
  • Identifies irregularities in business operations to ensure company compliance with set standards and principles.
  • They should possess sufficient statistical and mathematical skills, knowledgeable in data analysis software, consistent and highly accurate.
  • Outputs include audits, journal and document reports on recommendations.

HUMAN RESOURCES

Talent Acquisition Manager
  • They handle the entire employee recruitment process as well as overall employment branding.
  • Understands duties of different jobs, organized, good judgement skills.
  • The prepare staffing forecasts, recruitment plans and reports.
Compensation and Benefits Manager
  • Selects and implements the most efficient and effective compensation and benefits programs for all employees in the company
  • They must have good analysis and negotiation skills, must have attention to detail, and have good communication skills.
  • They revise compensation and benefits programs, when necessary, and perform salary surveys.
Training and Development Manager
  • These managers are in charge of all employee’s training, education, and holistic development within the company.
  • To be a training and development manager, one must have good people skills, as well as competent writing ability.
  • Their outputs include training modules/manuals and employee training workshops.