The main function of the Human Resources department is to manage employees by planning, implementing, and evaluating human resources policies, principles and programs. Basically, it involves with functional activities including hiring qualified employees, establishing compensation structure, training staffs, addressing employee relations matters, and maintaining workplace safety.
Compensation & Benefits
Training & Development
Identifies hiring need, develops the Terms of Reference, Recruitment Plan, organizational chart and other recruitment related documents
Ensures understanding of collective bargaining agreements
Interview arranging & Applicant Selection
Compensation & Benefits
The Authority, with effective Compensation and Benefits Unit, drives its personnel costs, manages the performance of employees and rewards the extraordinary performance. The Unit is about managing:
The personnel expenses budget,
Setting the performance standards,
Setting the transparent compensation policies and
Introducing the competitive benefits for employees
Employee Relations Unit
The Employee Relations unit provides consultation and advice to managers, supervisors and employees regarding Human Resources issues, including performance management, corrective actions, interpretation of policies and procedures and collective bargaining agreements, training of staff policy and procedures and
Training & Development Unit
The Training and Development Unit in the Department of Human Resources provides professional development and enrichment opportunities for all employees.
By expanding the employee’s skill, knowledge and ability
Training and Development contributes directly to the well-being and success of both the individual and the institution.
The unit’s proactive attitude to the learning needs of staff promotes a nourishing environment for continuing education, career planning and personal growth.
Workforce Safety Unit
Ensures every staff works in a safe environment.
Researches and develops safety policies
Identifies unsafe conditions and make clear notice on potential dangerous matters; such as dangerous equipment, chemical, radioactive substances, etc.
Provides Security education
Joseph M. Redd, Sr. (Rev.) began his college education at the University Of Liberia, studying Biology and Chemistry. This dream was short lived due to the civil crisis. As a result of the war, he and his family fled to Ghana, where he enrolled at the Faith Evangelical Theological College and Seminary, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries. He also earned Certificates and Diplomas in the followings: Certificate: Radio/TV Presentation and Production- African Institute of Education and Advocacy- Accra, Ghana-2008, Certificate in Leadership & Management-UPLIFT INTERNATIONAL, Ghana-2005, Certificate in Christian Education, Salala Development Coalition, Danane’ Cote D’Ivoire-1996 and Diploma in Ministerial Training, Monrovia Bible Training Center-1993-1995. He currently holds a Master’s in Public Health with emphasis in Health Care Policy and Management from the Cuttington University Graduate School of Professional Studies. Rev. Redd is legally married to Mrs. Rachel-Grace Redd and their union is presently blessed with two biological children, Joseph M. Redd, Jr. and Joslyn J. Redd and several spiritual children
MESSAGE FROM THE HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
Greetings and Thank You for Visiting the LMHRA Website.
The Human Resources Department at the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) aims to accomplish the Authority mission and goals by building and fostering high-end professional working environment with the highest level of Human Resource services and employees satisfaction. In addition to the core HR services, the department serves as a crucial bridge between our employees and other government entities to satisfy all and other Legal requirements. Our HR Team is committed to providing prompt, courteous and quality services to our employees.
We are available to assist in the areas of Employment, Employee Relations; Staff Training and Development; Worker’s Compensation; Benefits and Compensation, and the Human Resources Information System.
I invite you to contact the Department of Human Resources and get to know us. Our goal is to provide extraordinary service in a professional manner. We believe that “to whom much is given, much is required;” and we accept the challenge.
We invite you to visit the office of Human Resources and get to know our team