The company is looking for a HR Assistant to join our team on a full- time basis; we need someone who is a confident communicator and can support our branches with their HR queries. This role provides first line telephone, email and face to face advice and guidence to our operations colleagues; helping them resolves issues and upskilling them through coaching.
The key responsibilities will include:
1. Supporting Line Managers with performance management and probationary periods.
2. Assisting on disciplinary cases (up to and including likely final written warning level).
3. Advising on absence management and attendance issues.
4. Helping managers to apply HR policies in a fair and consistent manner.
5. Providing administrative support (letter production etc) to the HR team.
6. Looking for opportunities to continuously improve HR systems and practices.
7. Drafting communications on HR topics and help with webinars as required.
8. Being the owner for assigned policies to ensure they are up to date.
9. Getting involved in, and support on ad hoc project work.
We would like the candidate to have the follwing experience/knowledge:
In return, The company offer:
Location : London
Working within a multi-national company close-knit team, this is a busy and fast paced role which will suit a candidate who enjoys having the opportunity to multi task in order to meet the challenges of an environment where priorities are ever changing.
As HR Administrator/Assistant you will be responsible for providing a comprehensive and generalist HR service to the HR team and the business, ensuring effective day-to-day support of all activities.
Main Responsibilities of the HR Assistant:
1.Be the first point of contact for the HR department and effectively manage telephone and written queries from employees, managers and external organisations, forwarding queries to the HR Advisor, and HR Managers as appropriate.
2.Produce accurate Management Information (weekly/monthly) and on an ad-hoc basis.
3.Liaise with Payroll and line managers regarding starters/leavers and other employee changes
4.Responsible for updating and maintaining the shared HR network drives.
5.Provide recruitment administration support to all business streams including producing offers and starter packs, checking of references, legal right to work in the UK, undertaking background checks e.g. CRB, and arranging interviews when required.
6.Completion of all reference requests e.g. basic leaver references, mortgage and rental agreements etc.
7.Accurately file all paperwork and scan leavers documents in a timely manner (weekly)
8.Work on ad hoc HR projects and prepare documents and presentations as required
9.Diary management and dealing with messages for Senior HR Manager
10.Minute taking at formal HR meetings where required.
11.Organising meetings and travel arrangements where necessary.
12.Maintain personnel files and electronic records to a high standard
13.Work with the Learning & Development co-ordinator as required
14.Manage departmental invoicing
15.Manage employee communications e.g. mail-merges
16.Manage claims under group sickness insurance cover
17.Responsible for all employee benefit administration, and related issues i.e. bonus letters, Option wise (flexible benefits scheme), salary reviews, pension, health care.
18.Manage employee flexible benefit system, and ensure 100% accuracy.
Strong customer service approach, discretion, attention to detail, excellent organisational and communication skills are essential. A good level of computer literacy, including knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook, is also crucial. Master degree in HR would be a distinct advantage to your application.
Location : London or others
The company is listed in the top 500 in the world . A key part of the company growth and development is ensuring we provide the right level of support to our employees through a strong HR function. This role will work closely with the HR Manager and Recruitment team to provide administration resource through the whole employee life-cycle.
1.Support the recruitment function by conducting offers of employment including preparing employee contracts, and completing the new starter process for successful applicants
2.Conduct background checks and administer the new employee licensing process, liaising between the candidate and our appointed representative
3.Manage the company absence procedure which includes handling absence phone line calls, daily tracking, updating the HR system and ensuring records are accurate
4.Conduct face to face return to work interviews with employees who have returned from a period of absence
5.Monitor and record probation due dates and ensuring the management team are conducting reviews on time
6.employee HR records and ensure all relevant systems are kept up to date
7.Prepare training material and support as required in the induction process
8.Support the HR Manager in ad hoc administration tasks as required to within the function
Location : London
The Company is recruiting for an Interim HR Business Partner (CIPD) to provide strategic HR/OD focus and specialist medical workforce planning for an NHS Trust in the North West. We are looking for a professional leader and subject matter expert in HR/ OD and Medical Staffing. This is a challenging position to support the Medical Director and carries a significant amount of autonomy.
Job Responsibilities include:
• Provide strategic HR/OD direction for the designated service area
• Lead the locality HR BP’s and work with the wide HR team to lead the corporate workforce agenda to shape the OD and workforce plans
• Support the Medical Director with the Medical workforce planning
• Lead on planning and performance working with the Associate Director of HR to deliver improvement projects
• Support senior managers in business development opportunities and tender processes including the due diligence and TUPE
• Lead on the implementation of change management projects and lead on internal consultation processes regarding the management of change within designated services.
Skills & Experience
• Employee Relations -including communication and negotiation with Trade Unions and other professional bodies
• Advisory on complex case management, strong understanding of Employment law
• Ideally experience of complex redeployment
• Experience of Organisational change and understanding of current NHS HR strategy
• Ideally will have knowledge of Medical staffing and dentistry although this is not a prerequisite of the role
Location : North West of England
Our Employee Relations Officer will be part of the People Operations team providing dedicated support to key stakeholders across the business. The role will be based at Birmingham or London however may include occasional travel to our other sites in the UK.
As Employee Relations Officer, you will be responsible for providing generalist HR support across the business but specifically to our Head Office Support Functions. You will support and advise line managers on a broad spectrum of employee relations matters, making recommendations to improve ways of working and provide guidance on related policy and procedures. You will also have the opportunity to be involved in broader HR initiatives and projects.
Competitive salary - depending on skills, knowledge and experience.
Benefits to include annual holidays with UK bank holidays, bonus, contributory pension scheme, free Cover 8 policy, major retailer and online discounts, free parking and more!
You’re a HR professional with experience in a similar role. You will have proven experience in ER case management and have an in-depth knowledge of current and forthcoming employment legislation. With a pragmatic and analytical approach, highly customer focussed, you will have experience of engaging with stakeholders at all levels and have the ability to adapt your style depending on the situation / audience.
Able to work autonomously with minimal supervision, you’re a team player and enjoy being a part of a collaborative environment where you can bounce off your peers. You enjoy challenging the status quo and providing innovative and fresh solutions, and thrive in a fast paced and ever changing environment. Ideally, you’ll be studying towards or already be CIPD qualified, but this is not essential.
Location : Birmingham , London