General Information

Req #
Career area:
Human Resources
Region Metropolitana de Santiago
Santiago de Chile
Monday, February 13, 2023
Working time:
Additional Locations
* Chile - Region Metropolitana de Santiago - Santiago de Chile

Why Work at Lenovo

Here at Lenovo, we believe in smarter technology that builds a brighter, more sustainable and inclusive future for our customers, colleagues, communities, and the planet.

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The one thing that’s missing? Well… you...

Description and Requirements

The HR Business Partner will provide Human Resources support to Lenovo's Chile organization. This role provides thought leadership in guiding, developing and implementing strategic and tactical HR initiatives focused on achieving business objectives. The selected candidate must be a strategic thought leader, have a track record of building partnerships with all levels of employees and have a history of implementing successful programs across heavily matrixed organizations. Thought leadership, organizational agility, business acumen, relationship building, and solid execution are the keys to being successful in this position. Primary Responsibilities • Develop and implement Talent plans that helps support and sustain Lenovo's high growth potential. Ensuring that we have the right talent in the right location in the correct time. • Develop a high performance culture via the performance management and feedback process. Improve manager capability on employing these processes and obtaining best in class results. • Ensure appropriate career development programs and initiatives are aligned with critical skill development and succession planning for designated teams. • Provide proactive guidance and counsel to managers and employees on employee relations issues and other development feedback. • Talent expert. Ensure that the business is continuing to raise the bar and not only growing talent from within, but also importing great external talent. • Work closely with functional HR teams (Talent Acquisition, Comp and Ben, Learning and Development and HR Operations) to ensure the programs that are being created support your business needs as well as a change advocate to help drive these initiatives into your business. • Be a business partner. Engage in every aspect of the business and offer insights and points of view beyond just HR. • Strong know how on labour legal matters. Lenovo is a global leader in innovative consumer, commercial and enterprise technologies - including Motorola and our Data Center Group. With 52,000+ employees and $45B in global sales in 160 countries, we are one of Interbrand’s 100 BEST global brands, BCG's 50 most innovative companies, a Fortune 500 company and named to Forbes’ global list of Best Regarded Companies. At Lenovo, we are thinkers, risk-takers and problem solvers, working together to constantly challenge the status quo. If you share our commitment to diversity, creativity and innovation, we want you to help us define our world of tomorrow.

Additional Locations
* Chile - Region Metropolitana de Santiago - Santiago de Chile
* Chile
* Chile - Region Metropolitana de Santiago
* Chile - Region Metropolitana de Santiago - Santiago de Chile