HR Business Partner/£55,000 - £60,000
Your new company
Hays HR (Private Sector) are recruiting for our client who operate on a Global Scale, looking to recruit a HR Business Partner for a 12 Month Fixed Term Contract. This role will be based at the Milford Haven site in Beautiful West Wales. You will report into the Global Head of HR, with direct reports in HR & Facilities Management. Responsible for providing HR services to all Group businesses within the UK, balancing the relationship between embedded HR demands and service delivery needs. You will implement the appropriate country HR strategy and action plans to deliver the global HR strategy as appropriate within the UK. The successful candidate will ensure the smooth deployment of global policies & processes and service delivery of operational HR as per UK requirements. Work towards and achieve the consolidation of HR data and performance metrics for measuring effectiveness of HR initiatives and function in driving organisational performance. Within this role there will be frequent travel in the UK to visit various sites and periodic visits to the Management Centre.
Your new role
Provide strategic business partner, and field employee/labour relations support to UK businesses, working with the management teams to successfully execute the people strategy. Constantly review the organisational design of the business with senior management to ensure the organisation is always fit for purpose, reviewing also the quality of the talent and the organisational methodology, conducting periodic talent reviews as per Group global processes.
Ensure following processes compliantly implemented by Shared Services partner, including but not limited to:
- Employee data (consistent)
- Vacation process (control of carry-over)
- Recruitment (rigour in competencies assessed, hiring etc.)
- Compensation (all increases/changes to follow process)
- Payroll Process, with internal controls
- Onboarding process - incl. proper induction
- Leavers process - incl. conform separation calculations, exit interview and delimiting in payroll and benefit systems, leave reason in HRIS, checklist of company property to be returned
- Labour relations (harmonious working relations with employee representative bodies including unions)
Ensure payroll and reporting data administered by Shared Services partner complete and accurate, reconciled with the HRIS in terms of headcount and total fixed and variable cash, and that the payroll process is adequately controlled and compliant with legislative requirements support. Implement and coordinate the core Group HR processes of Performance and Talent Management, implementing the resulting actions plans relating to performance feedback and organizational bench strength.Interpret and communicate business needs, and identify or assist in crafting appropriate solutions to meet needs, within framework of the global HR initiatives.
Establish and manage harmonious labour relations within the company, ensuring that business interests are protected whilst promoting a motivated workforce. Manage effective relationships with unions and employee representative bodies to ensure that no time loss stoppages are incurred. Lead discussions with these bodies as appropriate. Prepares for, advises on and participates in industrial relations meetings relating to annual salary negotiations and other ad hoc IR matters in order to ensure that subsequent Union Agreements and other matters are implemented by management and supervision and are understood by employees concerned.
solidation of HR data and performance metrics for measuring effectiveness of HR initiatives and function in driving organizational performance and containing costs. Analyse and report these periodically to senior line, country and global management.
What you'll need to succeed
- Min 10 years' of human resources management, with increasing levels of experience in a medium to large multinational, preferably in multi-cultural environments.
- Knowledge of Human Resources related programs, processes, tools, policies and guidelines and their application to complex organizational issues.
- Knowledge of organizational concepts, including: team management, organizational design, resource utilization and workforce planning.
- Proven experience in dealing with HR matters related to acquisitions and its derived components for the HR function (e.g. experience in due diligence, restructuring, among others).
- Strong exposure to and knowledge of UK employment law including labour relations and union practices
What you'll get in return
Competitive Salary & Benefits.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.