Employee Relations Specialist
£70,000 - £80,000 Dependant on experience
Fixed Term Contract - London City based
Your new company
This role is working with one of the largest banks in the world and are looking for an Employee Relations specialist for their UK operations based in London. Their headcount in the UK has risen from 300 to 800 in just over 3 years.
Your new role
This role is a new role within the organisation due to a period of change due to growth. The employee relations used to be supported by the generalist HR Business partners, but they are now looking for a specialist who can resolve and mitigate employee relations cases.
- Advising staff and management on policies, procedures, and best practice
- Delivering clear communications to the wider business about ER matters Rewriting employee policies
- First point of contact to provide accurate and appropriate ER advice
- Provide insight on our People Policies and Guidelines
- Establish strong working relationships with other teams in the People Team, in particular BP's, HR Shared Services as well as business managers to develop an understanding of the business priorities
- Support the development and delivery of our ongoing ER development programmes to help share your expertise and develop knowledge for our wider HR team, leaders and employees
What you'll need to succeed
Proven experience within an Employee Relations role and/or HR operational experience in a fast-paced environment with proven employee relations experience is essential. It is vital that you have worked in a regulated environment, ideally within banking, financial services or insurance.
- Passionate about employment law and continuous improvement
- Ability to communicate complex information
- Experience of coaching and advising line managers
- Advising on disciplinary, performance, absence, and grievance cases
- Experience of managing medium-high risk ER cases to conclusion
- Ability to demonstrate your ability to manage relationships, challenge & influence others, manage conflict effectively, and apply solid UK employment law knowledge in executing work