Philips HR Trainee in Warszawa, Poland

Philips is a health technology company focused on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation across the health continuum – from healthy living and prevention to diagnosis, treatment and home care. Applying advanced technologies and deep clinical and consumer insights, Philips partners with customers to deliver integrated solutions that enable better outcomes at lower cost.

Currently we are looking for a suitable candidate to join us as HR Trainee.

You will be responsible for:

  • Supporting HR Manager in daily operational activities, preparing HR documents and presentations

  • Taking full responsibility for managing various internal projects related to topics such as: building employees engagement, development activities, organizational structure charts, onboarding plans for new employees, key areas of responsibilities descriptions, HR effectiveness indicators.

  • Internal communication with managers, employees and other Philips HR departments.

We are looking for:

  • Last year student, preferable with specialization in Human Recourses

  • Pro-active attitude and drive to learn

  • Fluent English and Polish

  • Very good knowledge of Microsoft Office

  • Strong planning and organizational skills

  • Anatytical skills and attention to details

  • Very good communication skills

  • A service mindset and strong customer focus

  • Previous experience / internships in HR department would be an advantage

  • Knowledge of labor law will be an asset

We offer:

  • 12 month paid Trainee position, with start date in February/March

  • Building your HR career in an international company which brings innovations that matter to you.

  • Intensive learning on the job through real experience that will allow you to accelerate your growth.

  • Fast-paced oriented work in truly global environment.

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