In this role, he is looking forward to introducing and implementing some best HR practices which will further strengthen the company's competitive edge.
Experienced senior HR professional, Razman Radzi has been appointed by FGV Holdings Berhad to the role of Group Chief Human Capital Officer (GCHCO), effective 1 August 2022.
In this role, he leads the human resources function for the organisation, which is one of the world’s largest producers of crude palm oil, accounting for about 15% of Malaysia’s total annual production of CPO. His remit spans all nine countries that FGV operates in across Asia, the Middle East, North America, and Europe, which includes a workforce of more than 45,000 employees.
As GCHCO, he is looking forward to introducing and implementing some best HR practices which will further strengthen the competitive edge of FGV Holdings Berhad.
To this role, Razman brings more than 33 years of experience in HR, wherein he started his career with Perwira Habib Bank in 1989, and has since made contributions to several organisations in HR roles, such as UEM Land Holdings, Johor Corporation, KPJ Healthcare, Kumpulan Guthrie, and others.
Immediately prior to this role, he was the General Manager of Group Organisational Learning and Development for Johor Corporation. He was also double-hatting as a Director at Johor Skills Development Center.
He is passionate about formulating an HR strategies aligned to business needs, developing and implementing Balanced Scorecard, developing competency assessment and development framework, performance management, and conducting & facilitating workshops for clients, employees, and undergraduates.
Among the various hats he wears, he is currently the Deputy President of the Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management and a Research Fellow at the National Human Resource Centre under HRD Corp. He is certified as a Professional Coach and Mentor and also as a Balanced Scorecard Professional.
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