People are at the heart of everything we do here at LGH. From managing employee benefits & welfare, helping our employees with their career development, training, and providing senior hotel management with advice on laws and regulations affecting labour relations.
We have an opening for a generalist HR Manager to come and join our People & Development team at LGH.
Predominantly responsible for x3 hotels which are Holiday Inn Brentwood, Holiday Inn Basildon, and the London Chigwell Prince Regent Hotel Signature Collection by Best Western.
You will be guiding the hotel management on employee relations and performance management, offering recruitment assistance to the company, improving, implementing, and administering human resources policies and procedures, and implementing programs to improve the employee experience of the organisation as a workplace.
- Our enviable employee discounts on bedroom rates across all the IHG portfolio
- Access to 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme - 24/7 access for our employees to call and get support and advice on any issues they may be experiencing
- Access to 24/7 Online GP Service - 24/7 access for all employees so they can talk to a doctor when they really need to most
- Hospital Plan
- Online Health Portal
- Eye Care
- Employee Discount Schemes - 100's of discounts, ranging from groceries, fashion, travel, utilities, days out, and even holidays!
- Health Screening
- Pension Scheme
- Free meals on duty
- Cycle to Work - Our Cycle2Work schemes from Evans Cycles and Halfords help all our employees save money and keep fit.
- Excellent communication skills, including the ability to listen and effectively verbalise ideas
- Understanding of HR best practices and current regulations
- Proficiency in commonly used word processing software packages such as MS Office suite
- CIPD Level 5 or higher
- Strong leadership skills to guide an HR team and support and motivate staff
- Excellent judgment and problem-solving skills
- Strong knowledge of the hiring process
- A solid understanding of the key principles of employment law
- The ability to remain calm in stressful situations including during disciplinary hearings or staff conflicts
- Solid ethics and morals and sound judgment