Employee Relations Manager
As the Employee Relations Manager, you will focus on managing a team to deliver a commercial and value-add service to the business.
My client is a recognised private sector business that is currently on a growth curve - before and during Covid-19.
Our client prides itself in people performance and customer-centricity.
Based in Liverpool and reporting into the Head of HR, this Employee Relations Manager role, will be an operationally aligned HR professional who leads a team of Employee Relations (ER) Advisers.
Your team will support a multi-site national business and manage all ER cases, from first line advice to complex / high risk cases, which can vary from performance, time & attendance, theft, drug and alcohol issues, ill health capability flexible working cases etc.
The role itself deals focuses on;
- High risk / complex / serious ER cases (including tribunal cases)
- Collate monthly data on ER activity site
- Devise and deliver projects to proactively dismantle trends and have them addressed
- Manage, support and mentor a team of ER Advisers
- Work closely and collaborate with the rest of the HR team to deliver a smooth and consistent overall HR service
To be considered for this Employee Relations Manager appointment, you will have proven experience as an ER Manager / HR Manager / Senior Adviser, with a very strong focus on Employee Relations - within an autonomous, proactive and operational role.
As an ER Manager, you will be confident and assertive - with an outgoing personality and an informal, yet professional style. You must be able to communicate and coach effectively to all areas of the business; grassroots to leadership.
You must have experience within a fast-paced and dynamic environment that you have managed a high volume of ER cases - ideally within a private sector environment.
You must have experience of managing tribunal cases, within a Unionised environment.
You will also have exposure to managing or mentoring other HR team members
You will ideally be CIPD qualified (or be qualified by experience).
This role will pay £40,000 to £45,000 per annum (dependant on experience), with a suite of benefits.