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• MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
(MINIMUM 2 YEARS EXPERIENCE)
• ASSISTANT MEDICAL LABORATORY
• OFFICE ASSISTANT / RECEPTIONIST
Our team members will be required to:
- Possess good interpersonal and
- Provide two(2) recommendations
- Be computer literate and possess good IT skills
Car Park Attendant
We are seeking to recruit a good candidate for the temporary position
of Car Park Attendant.
• Direct customers to available parking spaces
• Keep parking areas clean and orderly to ensure that space usage
is maximized .
• Lift, position and remove barricades in order to open or close
• Patrol parking areas in order to prevent vehicle damage and
vehicle or property thefts.
• Attend to customers promptly and efficiently on a daily basis.
• Perform other related duties as required.
• At least 2 O'Level Passes.
• At least 1 year experience in a similar position.
• Ability to multitask and operate within specified time frames.
• Customer focused.
• Ability to communicate ideas verbally in individual and group
Interested persons should submit their resume to:
P.O Box 600. Port-of-Spain
Please clearly indicate Car Park Attendant on your application.
Application Deadline: September 19, 2013
Why is human capital management important in
Who do you think are the most valuable resource
in an organisation?
Employees. Individuals who spend maximum part
of their day contributing towards the success of an
organisation are its most crucial resource. Employees
can either make or break an organisation, truly making
them an organisation s lifeline.
Human Capital Management is essential for hiring,
managing, training and retaining talented and high
Human Capital management plays an important
role in the recruitment process. It ensures that human
resource professionals hire individuals who really
deserve to be in the organisation. Recruiting the right
talent is of utmost importance. An individual who
is not fit for a particular role will not be able to con-
tribute much in the long run.
Talent acquisition is one of the most crucial respon-
sibilities of human resource professionals, often neg-
lected in most organisations. Do not hire someone
just because you need to fill a vacant position or your
superiors have asked you to do so.
Analyse the background of an individual thoroughly.
Try to find out why someone really wants to join
your organisation? Remember money should not be
the only criterion why someone wants to change and
join a new organisation. An individual who has been
assigned the role of acquiring new talents should not
forget to check an applicant s past experience, interests,
professional qualification and reasons for changing
previous job. If you really like someone, try to do
some reference check as well. Do discuss with the
applicant before calling up his previous organisation
or boss, else it might land him/her in trouble.
Human capital management plays an important
role in orienting a new employee to the system. Boring
and meaningless induction programs lead to confu-
sions and an employee eventually loses interest in
Do not load someone with unnecessary information,
the very first day he steps into the organisation.
Believe me, he will run away. Make him feel com-
fortable. Ask him/her not to bring lunch from home.
Order lunch from outside and ask all his team mem-
bers to have lunch together. Such small initiatives go
a long way in breaking ice among team members.
It is essential for employees to upgrade their knowl-
edge with time to cope up with the changing sit-
uations. Human capital management helps in training
the employees and making them indispensable
resource for the organisation.
Motivate employees to take up special courses or
online programs which would help them in their job.
Employees who do not brush up on their skills from
time to time find it difficult to survive in the long
run. Inculcate the habit of reading. Internet is also
one of the good options to keep oneself abreast with
the latest developments.
Human capital management plays an important
role in increasing the efficiency of employees. Indi-
viduals are in a position to contribute more towards
the system, eventually increasing the overall produc-
tivity of the organisation.
To conclude, human capital management is impor-
Hiring the right talent
Orienting him/her to the organisation
Making a new employee feel comfortable
Training employees in order to constantly upgrade
Making employees self sufficient and prepare them
for adverse conditions
Human capital management helps in developing
skills of employees which help them stand apart from
Importance of human
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