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Project Manager : Project Manager June July 2012
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 39 career centre • RecRUitment What do they do? Responsible for finding and selecting talent into the business. This could be at all levels and across all disciplines in the company. How they can help project managers Recruitment teams will know the labour market very well and be maintaining relationships with university campuses and executive recruiters. They can help support your search effort, so invest the time to provide them with detailed requirements. tRaining and development What do they do? Responsible for building the capability of the company. This could be limited to corporate compliance or as broad as technical disciplines. How they can help project managers Training departments are typically staffed with subject matter experts in content development, training logistics and facilitation/presentation. They can help you execute a training strategy or facilitate a workshop. ReWaRds and Recognition What do they do? Responsible for managing the salary benchmarking process and the best way to motivate and retain staff. How they can help project managers Reward and recognition teams will know the ‘ins and outs’ of corporate policy for rewarding staff and the external market rates for key skills. They can help you understand how best to reward your staff and corporate policy on a retention strategy. coRpoRate commUnications What do they do? Responsible for executing company-wide messaging often both externally and internally. How they can help project managers Corporate communications teams have full access to formal and informal channels. They can be an invaluable resource to build momentum for your change journey. HR geneRalists What do they do? Responsible for providing day to day support and execution of large change programmes. How they can help project managers HR generalists will be your most typical contact point into the world of HR. They can help you in many ways including advice on performance management, managing change or at a minimum giving a different perspective on the operation of the company. p what Can hr do for you? HAVE YOU SEEN THE MONTHLY AIPM E-NEWSLETTER? SUBCRIBE TODAY Be a part of the e-newsletter If you’d like to share your news in PM matters, contact: Ali Klaver P 02 9556 9114 E email@example.com If you’d like information regarding advertising, contact: Kate Galea P 02 9556 9122 E firstname.lastname@example.org www.aipm.com.au STAY IN THE KNOW
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