Payroll Specialist

Aisling Group
Kuala Lumpur, my
Competitive Salary
May 04, 2021
Jun 03, 2021
Job Role
Contract Type
Full Time
  • Manage the full spectrum of payroll (United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Malaysia).
  • Liaise with external contacts on payroll and statutory matters.
  • To build strong network with all local regulatory authorities.
  • Responsible for reporting functions on weekly/monthly/quarterly or ad-hoc basis.
  • Ensure all essential policy and regulatory requirements are communicated and disseminated to the relevant parties on a timely basis.
  • Ensure all staff related polices, procedures and practices comply with local regulatory requirements, reflect best practice and are within Group directions.
  • To manage the HRIS database and ensure the information is captured correctly.
  • Provide general HR support across the offices
  • To assist in general HR administrative duties e.g. maintain systematic filing system and safe keeping of important documents.
  • To administer staff movements and staff resignation / termination of service.
  • To administer leave records i.e. keep track of supporting documents for medical and emergency leaves, daily leave monitoring and updating.
  • Compiling, editing, formatting and assisting to manage the delivery of regular HR reports on timely manners.
  • Formatting and maintain all HR related document templates and policies.
  • Continuous improvement on document management processes, including document version control and the HR workflow.
  • To contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  • Undertake special assignments, ad-hoc projects and related duties as and when required.
  • Comply with the Company's HSE regulations and policy.
  • Cooperate with supervisory and management personnel to ensure the Company's safety responsibilities are fulfilled.