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HR Generalist Business Partner

HR Generalist Business Partner

  • Location

    London

  • Sector:

    Human Resources

  • Job type:

    Temporary

  • Salary:

    £21.98 - 21.98 per hour

  • Contact :

    Sekai Lindsay

  • Contact email:

    sekai.lindsay@harrishill.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

    020 7820 7307

  • Job ref:

    HQ00042218

  • Published:

    5 months ago

  • Duration:

    3 Months, 4 Days

  • Closing date:

    2021-04-07

  • Posted:

    2021-03-22

  • Consultant:

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I am delighted to be working with an amazing international women's charity in search of a HR Generalist Business Partner. You will coordinate operational HR responsibilities and provide the full range of HR guidance and advice to managers and employees. As the first point of contact for all employee related matters, you will ensure that all staff are aware of, and operating to, both global and local HR policies and procedures, and that these are being implemented consistently across the organisation. This role plans and delivers people services in compliance with the UK employment law and best practices, to support the employee life cycle. You will nurture a culture that fosters performance and wellbeing of our staff members and serve as a trusted advisor to line managers.
You will help develop and coach managers so that they can confidently and consistently address any staffing issues that may arise, alongside managing routine employee-employer relations. You will coordinate and administer regular HR activities.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Human Resources (70%):
Ensure that the organisation abides by UK employment law best practice, including:
Keep audit-quality, legally compliant records of contracts and personnel transactions such as hires, promotions, leave, grievances, performance reviews, and terminations
Manage the administration of HR
Support the finance team with the monthly administration of payroll
Ensure staff training and awareness of all organisational policies
Lead on all employee relations, including:
Ensure adequate systems for performance management are in place and administered as part of the organisational life cycle, including providing advice and support to directors and managers, monitoring staff personal and professional development plans, ensuring job descriptions and contracts are up to date and filed;
Respond to staff enquiries regarding policies, procedures, and terms of employment;
Support any employee related matters such as performance management, complaints, grievance procedures, etc.
Manage, advise and monitor the recruitment and selection process of staff and work placement programme students, promoting diversity and inclusively at all levels.
Develop and oversee processes of onboarding and inductions, including orientation to the charity's principles, ways of working, and culture.
Provide support to managers regarding change management and organisational development, including:
Advise and support directors and staff in conflict management and the resolution of employee relations and HR issues; proactively raise HR issues with supervisors when needed;
Maintain relationships with key third parties (building management, employment lawyers, Payroll provider, regulatory bodies, etc.).
Provide regular reports to People & Operations Manager

Office Management and Operations (30%):
Manage relationship with the building manager/ landlord, and with the support of the Operations Assistant, run an efficient and effective office space.
Oversee operational management requirements, including asset storage, IT, office equipment and supplies.

Experience & Qualities:
CIPD qualified (or working towards), or equivalent HR work experience
Demonstrable people management expertise, experience managing complex/ sensitive employment relations
Knowledge of UK employment legislation and best practice

If you have the above skills and experience and are immediately available, please apply online