New Human Resource Firm Launches in Ghana
A new international consultancy, Occupational Management Limited (OML), has recently launched in Accra to provide high-quality Human Resource (HR) services and training to the private, public and not-for-profit sectors in Ghana. Occupational Management Limited, a Ghanaian-owned HR management firm operating with 4 years experience in the United Kingdom, is extending its bespoke HR services to the local market and has already hosted their first major recruitment and talent management event, Brighter Futures 2010 Exhibition and Conference which attracted both foreign and local organizations and experts.
Speaking at the launch of the new HR company, Miss Anita Wiafe said, “HR has a role to play in developing Human capital for Ghana. Organizations in Ghana be they local, regional or branches of multinational companies must position themselves for a coming era of intense competition and growth, and that means they must have the right talent in place. HR leaders have to adopt the right human-capital strategies to ensure they have the right employees with the right skills in the right places at the right time in order to reap the business opportunities that are emerging out of the global economy. Therefore, OML aims to provide HR services that will contribute tackling the human capital challenges in Africa”.
OML provides strategic HR management services to businesses in Africa to improve their profit line including:
• Recruitment, selection and retention
• Personnel administration outsourcing
• Performance management implementation
• HR systems software
• Talent management
• Training & Development centres
• Employee handbook (policies and procedures)
• Workforce strategies
Miss Wiafe continued, ”Our international expertise and experience, coupled with local knowledge in the provision of high quality and modern HR services, places OML in a unique position to help businesses in Ghana run better by aligning people with business objectives and most importantly, providing Ghanaian businesses with strategic HR management services that will boost their profits.”
She concluded, “We are a client-focused HR company driven by a deep understanding of the industry, a passion for the provision of quality HR solutions and an enviable record of helping our clients to succeed. We attach a personal touch to every call, email or on-site visit. We have a combined total of over thirty years of top quality HR knowledge and expertise. It is the vision of OML to open offices across Africa and become the continent's leading HR consultancy”.
Some international companies that have benefited from OML's services include UK's Industry and Parliamentary Trust, United Carribean Society, GVEP International, Article 19, Interpal, Springboard for Children and many other reputable organizations. At the recently held Brighter Futures 2010 organized by OML this July in Accra, exhibitors, speakers and delegates from the Central Bank of Nigeria, Vodafone Ghana, MTN, Gambian Ports Authority, Ecobank, Ghana Commercial Bank, Joblinks newspaper, Modern Ghana, The Ghanaian Journal,Ghana Labour Commission, Staces HR, Gateway Services Limited, Rana Motors, Bioss from South Africa, IPMC, etc benefited from attending the event.
For more information on OML and the services they offer, visit http://www.hrforafrica.com
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