ER Specialist- 12 Month FTC

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£65000 - £75000 per annum
Posted
11 Oct 2019
Closes
08 Nov 2019
Ref
34548/001
Contact
Lauren Hewlett
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

A British multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in London, England are looking for an ER Specialist on a 12 Month FTC Maternity Cover. This role is based in the City and paying up to £75,000 per annum. The role will be varied but the priority in the role is managing the increased number of collective consultation work internationally. Interviews will commence asap and will ideally be a two stage process, November start.

Manage ER Products and Processes : Redundancy including Collective Consultation, TUPE, Performance Improvement Planning, Redundancy, Disciplinary Management, Grievance Management and others

Redundancy: Support HRBPs and People Leaders with large scale restructuring and redundancy projects and provide advice on complex / high risk redundancy situations.

Support and drive the country collective consultation agenda including management of and effective relationship with JCC

Support & drive TUPE

Support & drive Offshoring initiatives

Disciplinary and Grievance Management: Adhere to the global process and standards for Disciplinary and Grievance Management (except where local dispensations or variations have been approved) including management of relevant: investigation(s), meeting(s), outcome delivery, appeals and misconduct flagging.

Support the management and execution of projects (volume based exercises) related to Disciplinary Management.

Manage informal issues/grievances with a view to preventing them from becoming a formal case.

Provide underperformance management and PIP process advisory support to People leaders, such as options to manage underperformance, terminations arising from a PIP, management of issues raised during a PIP.

Support management of the Bank's relationships with employee representative bodies.

Ensure appropriate collective agreements are implemented where appropriate.

Support the country's Management team to manage collective disputes and diffuse business disruptions.

Support the execution of country and regional Conduct agenda.

Support the regulatory references process. Review and where required, sign off ER related documentation produced by ER Operations, such as regulatory references to ensure accuracy.

Play relevant support and advisory role in relation to Close Personal Relationships and Multiple Functions.

The role requires extensive experience of Employee Relations, including extensive exposure and experience to collective consultation If the role is of interest please do apply.

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