Human Capital plays the pivotal role of ensuring that TransNamib Holdings Ltd recruits and retains the right talent needed to effectively contribute to the success of the Company business.

As defined at TransNamib, Human Capital performs the following key functions:

Human Resource Services- this section is responsible for the Company`s HR systems and manpower /personnel administration, employee benefits and payroll administration.

Industrial Relations- this section`s responsibility is to maximise the effectiveness of the relationship between TransNamib as an employer and its 1700 plus employees.

Training & Development is responsible for the creation of a conducive environment for the self-development and personal growth of the Company employees. It also facilitates critical skills development interventions through various apprenticeships and trade hand training schemes.

Organizational Development is the section that performs specific interventions geared towards bringing about significant organisational human capital improvement which is critical for overall organizational effectiveness. In particular, this section is responsible for talent management, performance management, skills audits, job analysis, job description writing, and also facilitates job evaluation and grading.

TransNamib aims to be an employer of choice and model of best practice in Human Capital. The company views its workforce as the most important resource it has in endeavoring to meet its strategic objectives. With 1805 permanent employees, TransNamib is a significant employer in Namibia. The Department of Human Capital is responsible for:

  • Active and effective recruitment;
  • Drafting and keeping company policies;
  • Human resources services;
  • Training and Development of all employees.
  • Health, Safety and Loss Control
  • Employees Benefits
  • Security
  • IR