HR Manager, Europe - Possible temp to perm!!
An exciting opportunity has become to available to work for a large multi-national organisation in High Wycombe as a HR Manager. The role is initially for 3 months however there is a possibility that this could become a permanent role after this time.
As HR Manager Europe, you will have full responsibility for the HR function across each of our client's offices, on a daily basis providing a comprehensive and effective HR service to all staff and managers. This will include: HR policies and procedures; HR Systems; Pay and Benefits; Inductions; Employee Relations; Performance Management.
Duties will include;
- Managing the HR Team to deliver a comprehensive HR service to the business.
- Advise managers and staff in the application of HR policies and procedures.
- Own and develop the company induction process, including liaison with new starters and managers to produce individual plans, new starter packs and checklists.
- Work with the senior leadership team and line managers to upskill, assist and advise them in carrying out their responsibilities on all HR matters.
- In conjunction with the leadership team, lead on the annual review, preparation and administration of the performance management system (including salary benchmarking and awards).
- Keep up to date with developments in employment legislation and HR best practice, and share knowledge within the team to ensure Company compliance and continuous development and improvement.
- Analyse and present on HR metrics, making recommendations to the leadership team that align to the business strategy.
- Provide advice and support for the effective management of employee relations casework: including disciplinary, grievance, performance management and absence.
- Performance management: coaching managers on performance management issues and processes.
- Learning and development: providing guidance on development for managers and their teams; Implementing the Learning and development agenda; identify areas that need attention and improvement.
- Ensuring all company policies and procedures are up to date in line with current employment law and that managers are up to date with changes to any policies.
- Working with senior managers, coaching them and advising on all people issues.
- Creating, planning and leading specific HR projects.
- Ensuring processes are fit for purpose and continuously looking at ways to improve.
- Salary benchmarking using in-house tools and playing a significant role in the annual salary review and bonus award program.
- Ensuring compliance with statutory body requirements, in particular be the HR teams lead on GDPR.
- Coach and develop line managers to increase their effectiveness in managing individuals and team performance.
- Produce and analyse HR Management Information and HR Board Reports.
- Work to continuously to improve the HR services delivered and enhance organisational performance.
The successful candidate will be CIPD Level 7 qualified with a proven background as a HR Generalist and leading the delivery of HR Functions to a high standard. You will have up to day knowledge of Employment Law across Europe and strong stakeholder management skills with ability to confidently advise managers on all aspects of people management and development. The ability to originate, plan and lead HR related projects is a necessity as is experience in developing HR policies and procedures to ensure legal compliance. You will have the ability to create and manage the development and maintenance of learning and development programmes for all levels of staff, should have knowledge and experience of introducing new ideas to improve employee engagement and will have experience in talent management, succession planning and development.
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