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#SGUnitedJobs HR & Payroll Specialist 164452

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$4800 to $6000 (Monthly)

Posted 2 years ago

Job Responsibilities



  • To manage payroll vendor to ensure 100% accurate payroll process for all employees.

  • To be updated with MOM, CPF and IRAS regulations and ensure compliance with these regulations, in payroll administration including IR8A, IR21 reporting, secondees’ hypo tax.

  • To provide reports to management regarding headcount, payroll, company budget and expense.

  • To understand the compensation and benefits of the company and attend to queries of employee regarding their salary.

  • To participate in MOM manpower surveys and other salary surveys.

  • To check on the production and safety incentives to ensure that they comply to the criteria set out.

  • To attend to payroll audits by attending to auditors request and providing/explaining the payroll to auditors.

  • To conduct orientation program for schedule 1 employees.

  • To organise HR events such as Bursary Awards and Long Service Awards.




Job Requirements



  • Well-versed in Employment Act

  • Proficient in MS Excel

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in doing Payroll

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More about NATSTEEL HOLDINGS PTE. LTD.

NATSTEEL HOLDINGS PTE. LTD.
NATSTEEL HOLDINGS PTE. LTD.
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NatSteel traces its lineage to 1961, when it was incorporated as National Iron and Steel Mills. A pioneer and key partner in Singapore’s nation building efforts, our products are used in most construction projects island-wide, from the iconic Changi International Airport to the public housing that is the trademark of Singapore’s landscape.



Singapore is home to NatSteel’s headquarters as well as its flagship plant, which boasts one of the largest single downstream rebar fabrication operations in the world. The Singapore plant is the only local steel mill with an integrated upstream and downstream operation, where steel is manufactured through recycling scrap, and fabricated according to customers’ needs.