The successful candidate who fills this role is responsible for providing excellent HR customer support to employees and managers on a broad range of HR subject matters across the UK (we have offices in Bracknell, Brighton and Luton), such as best practice, policies, employee relations and immigration.
This role reports to the People Director EMEA.
The role is based in Brighton with regional travel required to our Bracknell and Luton offices on a regular basis.
- Business partner with agreed areas of the business that span over the UK; providing advice and guidance and driving HR initiatives in support of the business strategy.
- Maintain good organisational awareness to drive and support talent management within the business partnering areas.
- Ensure local employment laws are adhered to and implement appropriate employee relation processes.
- Provide full recruitment service to the business areas for all vacancies.
- Lead/participate in HR related projects as required.
- Ensure all activities performed are compliant with ISO 9001, Sarbanes Oxley and all applicable legislation.
- Manage the UK immigration process and be the point of contact for immigration related questions (work visas, applications).
- Works with remote managers and within an international context.
- Partner with the Centers of Excellence and other People Partners to deploy enterprise programs into the client organizations, actively monitoring completion status, guideline adherence, metrics, and other program requirements. Actively partner to resolve issues to drive successful completion.
- Works closely with the People Operations Advisor UK and Shared Services in the areas of on boarding, off boarding, data management, compliance and other procedures associated with the full employment lifecycle.
Graduate member of the CIPD with sufficient relevant HR experience to operate effectively.
- Demonstrable employee relations skills and experience
- Experience working in the high tech industry in an international environment dealing with UK and EMEA locations.
- Knowledgeable in UK employment laws and regulations.
- Strong organizing and time management skills; ability to effectively manage multiple concurrent requests for support
- Well organised, with high attention to detail and proven ability to multitask and prioritize workload under pressure of deadlines, a team player who thrives in a fast paced and frequently changing environment
- Computer literate, with the ability to understand and effectively use a number of different internal databases/systems
- Demonstrate effective communication and strong influencing skills
- Fexibility and willingness to learn
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