Christopher Cheng

Christopher Cheng

Work History

Work History
Sep 2008 - May 2009

Box office representative

Wharton Center, Michigan State University

  • �Coordinated accommodations for patrons with special needs
  • �Balanced daily cash flow account
  • �Served as an interface between customers and box office
Jun 2008 - Sep 2008

HR intern

http://www.lear.com/index.jsp

  • Coordinated and executed Lear’s strategy to improve health and wellness and reduce health care costsDesigned Wellness Initiative
  • �Managed and tracked FMLA hours and benefit points
  • �Updated HRIS system and attendance records to facilitate transition to electronic attendance management system
  • Developed a cost saving model for capturing savings from new collective bargaining agreement 
2006 - 2007

Training Consultant and English Instructor

Joy English Cram School

  • �Implemented language training program for 90 teenagers
  • Established action plans tailored to different student groups
  • Consulted and advised managers and parents on enhancing training success
Jul 2004 - Dec 2006

Acquisition Logistician and Squad Leader

Taiwan Military Police Department

  • �Responsible for overseeing work assignments, working conditions, and benefits
  • Conducted orientations and managed exit interviews to promote positive work attitudes
  • Audited monthly and annual inspections of all logistical equipment
  • Organized and conducted safety training within squads

Education

Education
Aug 2007 - May 2009

Master of Human Resource and Labor Relations

Michigan State University

  • Michigan State University, (MSU) East Lansing, MIGPA: 3.7
  • Expertise in designing/managing compensation systems, training, and staffing 

Skills

Skills

Language Expertise

  Fluent in English, Chinese, Taiwanese Beginner lever in Japanese, Spanish  

MS Office Software Proficiency

Design Powerpoint slide Key in data in Word with high speed formating skills Design costs monitor model with Excel

Leadership Experience

School of Labor and Industrial Relations, MSU,Winter 2007 – Spring 2009

Member of Orientation Committee

  • Serve as an internal consultant on account of international students issues and needs
  • Contacted with Office of International Students and Scholars, MSU (OISS) on Visa issues
  • Conducted survey for whole international student body within SLIR program

School of Labor and Industrial Relations, MSU,Winter 2007 - Spring 2009

Student recruiter

  • Volunteer as a student recruiter in multiple recruiting events which led to an increase in prospective students and acceptance into SLIR
  • Student representative in Graduate & Professional School Fair, Fall 2008
  • Recruiting panel in Central Michigan University, Winter 2007

LIR Graduate Student Association, MSU, Fall 2007- Winter 2008

Student Leader: Diversity Coordinator

  • Designed and directed mentor/mentee matching system
  • Conducted mid and final program evaluation surveys
  • Responsible for coordinating all diversity-related activities and cultural events
  • Communicate SLIR program’s strategic goal with all students; which is to ensure that all student events can address the needs of a diverse student body

Director of School Annual event, Chaoyang University, Fall 2003- Spring 2004

Leadership Experience: Student Director

  • Recruited and trained over 40 actors, actresses and 80 crew members of various levels
  • Responsible for conducting training, casting, shift arrangement, time management and distributing workload in a large school event

Honors, Awards

  • �The Exxon Corporation Award     SLIR, Michigan State University, U.S. 2008
  • �Best English Instructor     Joy English Cram School, Taiwan, 2007
  • �Elected Class representative     Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan, 2004
  • �Second prize- lecture competition     Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan, 2003
  • �Excellent Student award     Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan, 2003
  • �First Prize- Group Debate Contest     Shinming High School of technology, Taiwan, 2000

Special Professional Strengths

  • �Excellent multilingual communication skills for championing innovation and organizational change
  • �Experienced HR leadership in coordinating work teams in high performance organizations
  • �Strong labor-management problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
  • �Creative and passionate HR professional with significant multicultural experience and business acumen

Summary

  • Master’s degree in Human Resources and Labor Relations from Michigan State University
  • BA degree in Applied Foreign Language with concentration in English-based business settings
  • An award winning student leader at Michigan State University
  • Fluent in Chinese, Taiwanese, and English
  • Taiwanese national needing no sponsorship in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong

Objective

Highly mobile, self-driven individual with multilingual skills seeks a full time HR opportunity to contribute to the organizational effectiveness and business strategy of an innovative, multicultural global company 

References

References

Michael Moore

William Cooke

Jamie Holzhausen

Jarrod Bradford

Cheryl Bellgraph

Jennifer Richard