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HR Systems Coordinator - Birmingham -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Birmingham
Working as part of EY's UK Talent Shared Services (TSS), the HR Systems Coordinator will contribute to, and execute the HR Systems team's long term vision in supporting HR Services. The HR Systems Coordinator will deliver end user support across a number of core EY IT systems, including the Global HR System (Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise platform (version 8.9), Lotus Notes databases to support our end-to-end HR processes (joiners, transfers, change requests and leavers) and contact centre enquiry logging systems. In addition, the role will support the change agenda linked to the infrastructure that delivers the Global HR System (GHRS), country data management and data interfaces to downstream systems to help deliver payroll and other cyclical operational events.AccountabilitiesProvide first line (Tier 1) support to end users of GHRS and other TSS systems; respond to, manage and resolve all issues within the team's service level agreement (SLA)Delivery of system housekeeping routines and other timetabled activity daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, annually as requiredProvide reporting services to end users and analyse data to help inform business decisionsProactively manage risk through regular system maintenance and audit to ensure data integrity and protectionWork with our IT Services teams to coordinate the resolution of major system bugs and outagesAct as a system expert and provide both formal and informal training to users on best practice use of our systems, developing/maintaining supporting documentation to assist system usersContribute to the testing of system changes and work with IT Services to ensure that all changes are built and delivered to the required specificationContribute to the overall development of the TSS by encouraging change and identifying areas for efficiencies aligned to EY's global systems landscapeRepresent the HR Systems team in the delivery of cyclical activity across the complete application infrastructure (eg annual business unit reorganisation, holiday carry forward, salary review, student recruitment candidate uploads to GHRS) and develop/maintain process documentation where required.Build and maintain effective operational relationships with TSS teams, Global Shared Services, IT Services and FinanceContribute to TSS and HR Services projects and initiativesCommit to own personal development and completion of appropriate learning and development activities to ensure capability and skills are currentTypical activitiesManage system support channels to ensure support is provided to the end user on a daily basis within SLAApply judgement and make appropriate referrals via the EY ticket management system to IT Services teams managing through to resolution within SLARespond to escalated user enquiries/problems on a timely basis and to satisfactory resolutionCascade system outage notifications aligned to TSS brand and exceptional client service guidelinesProduce standard reports using EY's myReports (HR Data Mart) reporting solution according to the team's weekly/monthly schedule and respond to ad hoc requests accordinglyManage system security through assigning the correct level of access to authorised usersCapture database change requests and document where requiredWork in line with HR Services strategy to develop appropriate local vs global systems solutions where necessaryPerform testing (user acceptance testing (UAT) of changes to GHRS and other systemsProvide support to other team members for major system projects as required across the HR Systems infrastructureExperience & QualificationsIntermediate knowledge and understanding of technology and how it can be used to improve processes and servicesExpert knowledge of Microsoft ExcelExperience/technical knowledge of PeopleSoft Enterprise version 8.9 functionality and reporting is desirableExperience of working with in-house software solutionsExperience of troubleshooting system issues, identifying root cause and resolutionAbility to explain and present technical information to non-experts and advise/guide users in the use of systemsAbility to adapt to change and adopt a flexible style and approachCapable of working under pressure and able to prioritise workload and project requirementsAbility to demonstrate initiative and vision, manage operational activities and identify opportunities for process improvementGood written and verbal communication skills, high degree of accuracy and attention to detailWhat working at EY offers We offer a competitive remuneration package where you'll be rewarded for your individual and team performance. Our comprehensive Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working and career development, and with FlexEY you can select benefits that suit your needs, covering holidays, health and well-being, insurance, savings and a wide range of discounts, offers and promotions. Plus, we offer:Support and coaching from some of the most engaging colleagues aroundOpportunities to develop new skills and progress your careerThe freedom and flexibility to handle your role in a way that's right for youEY is committed to being an inclusive employer and we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We strive to achieve the right balance for our people, enabling us to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your personal priorities. While our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, our flexible working arrangements can help you to achieve a lifestyle balance.About EYAs a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, we're using the finance products, expertise and systems we've developed to build a better working world. That starts with a culture that believes in giving you the training, opportunities and creative freedom to make things better. Whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. And with a commitment to hiring and developing the most passionate people, we'll make our ambition to be the best employer by 2020 a reality.If you can confidently demonstrate that you meet the criteria above, please contact us as soon as possible.Make your mark. Apply now.
HR Advisor - North Lanarkshire - Sopra Steria Recruitment Limited
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £30,000 Per Annum
  • North Lanarkshire
Sopra Steria Recruitment is now looking for HR Advisor to join our large client in their Glasgow office. HR Advisor Glasgow £28,695 to £31,955 + Benefits Overview This is an exciting opportunity to work as HR Advisor you will be working closely with the HR Business Partner, to develop and deliver generalist HR solutions to managers and employees, which meet business area requirements and are consistent with organisational policies and practices. The Role With line managers and HRBP, support in the identification and recognition of individual and team achievement in line with current and future directorate. Support implementation of project activities to deliver appropriate HR solutions in line with people plan for business. Support organisation change activities, including supporting consultation discussions and redeployment activities Work closely resourcing team to deliver recruitment and resourcing support to line managers Contribute to the development of HR Processes, Policies and Practices to ensure continuous improvements are made Educate managers and employees on key people policies, practices and process, to increase management capability, challenging behaviours and approaches which are not in keeping with Support in the collection and presentation of MI for the business area: capacity and employee Insight information as well as establishment report, attendance, turnover, probation, progress and exits, employee engagement) The Person IT literate, ideally with experience in Oracle HR and MS Office. Proven track record of co-ordinating and participating in recruitment and selection for different types of roles. Good communication and influencing skills Employee relations experience in a progressive HR Department, including providing advice and guidance to line managers/staff. Experience of facilitating disciplinary, performance, attendance and grievance hearings. Ability to manage complex issues and quickly evaluation a situation, including risk assessment and propose a course of action This a Fantastic opportunity to work with a great organisation. The career prospects are superb so please apply urgently to avoid disappointment.
HR systems implementation specialist - Sage - London - Washington Frank
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
I am working with a global, industry leading client who are emabrking on a company wide HR implementation project. Having moved forwardwith the implementation of Sage people (Fairsail) my client have now recognised the need for an experienced HR systems implementaiton consultant to configure & scope the system with the business requireents.This role will ideally suit someone with experience implementing Sage people/Fairsail.This role will involve full business analysis, global workshops, systems analysis & stakeholder management - Alongside hands on configuration.Responsibilities:-Implementation of Sage people/Fairsail-Link up project with internal teams & external 3rd party vendor-Full business analysis-Data cleanse/migration-Workflow & report design-Workflow analysisTo discuss this in more detail please apply now or contact Liam Jessop. Washington Frank International is the leading ERP recruitment firm in the UK, advertising more ERP jobs than any other agency. We deal with Consultancies, Partners & End Users throughout EMEA. By specializing solely in placing candidates in the ERP market I have built relationships with most of the key employers in Europe and have an unrivaled understanding of where the best opportunities & jobs are.
HR Manager - Reading - Sanderson Recruitment Plc
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £35,000 to £45,000 Per Annum
  • Reading
HR ManagerLocation: Reading, BerkshireSalary: £35,000 - 45,000 (depending on level of experience) plus benefits packageSanderson Recruitment is working on behalf of a innovative SME business that is undergoing a successful period of growth. We are looking to identify a stand alone HR Manager to work closely with a passionate senior leadership team to lead HR related activity and develop current HR process and procedure.You will be responsible for collaborating with a number of Head of Departments and act as the HR subject matter expert to support an ongoing journey of growth and cultural improvement. The role requires the ability to think and plan strategically, shape projects and deliver to agreed timelines. Individuals must have a communication style and gravitas that allows them to coach, influence and integrate at a senior level through strong relationships.Key Responsibilities:Maintenance and development of company HR policies and proceduresManaging the process for any disciplinary or absence related issuesManagement of the performance appraisal and review processWorking with finance on payroll, pensions and employee benefit mattersAdministering recruitment process, including on-boarding of new staffSkills & Experience:Proven HR management experience gained within a commercial environmentSignificant workforce development experienceCIPD qualifiedUnderstanding of a professional services environment (not essential)Strong interpersonal skills with proven ability to integrate and influence at a senior levelTo apply, please use the 'Apply Online' link below. For any further queries regarding the role, please contact Joe Donnelly on (see below)
HR Advisor/HRBP - London - Sopra Steria Recruitment Limited
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
Hi Hope you are well. I am looking to fill HR Advisor/HRBP role with one of our Client. Job Title: HR Advisor/HRBP Location: London Daily Rate: £150 per day (Inside of IR35) Contract Length: Asap to 31st March with Possibility of Extension Job Purpose The Operational Human Resources Business Partner provides dedicated HR generalist advice and guidance to specific client groups, for which they will be the primary focal point. The role reports to a HR Business Partner and works closely with them in supporting the translation of strategic plans into Group People Plans and supporting the subsequent delivery of those plans. Working within Corporate Policies and in close liaison with HR colleagues (Learning & Talent Development, Recruitment, Reward and Employee Relations) the role also provides professional business enabling HR services so that line managers have the support and guidance they need. Principal Accountabilities The role requires an experienced, customer centric and hands-on Operational Human Resources Business Partner with a track record of building trusted working relationships with leaders and managers and in applying HR policies in business-enabling ways. The Operational Human Resources Business Partner will: Support the HR Business Partners in developing Group People Plans that deliver the CAA's strategic goals. Support the HR Business Partners in implementing changes that deliver business area strategy, benefits and business plans. For example, the HR Consultant will implement changes in service proposition, operating models, ways of working, skills and capabilities and organisational design Partner with the Management Teams within their client groups on the delivery of tactical HR activities and the daily business agenda. Provide business enabling HR services so that line managers have the support and guidance they need in, for example, in dealing with employee issues and challenging conversations. Coach, advise and guide managers in case management including grievance, discipline and attendance, performance ensuring the overall best interests of the CAA are achieved and risks appropriately managed, referring to the HRBP and/or ER Manager only where necessary. Facilitate with their client groups the roll-out of new corporate initiatives or in support specific HR activities, such as succession planning, colleague engagement action planning, pay reviews. Contribute to the delivery of key HR strategic priorities and the development of HR policies to meet business needs, new legislative requirements and best practice. Be a strong advocate for HR and act as a strong conduit between the Group and specialist HR colleagues, to continually improve HR's service proposition. Knowledge, Skills and Experience Proven HR Adviser or Consultant with experience in working in a climate of transformation delivering corporate priorities in support of customer groups, ideally with a professional level of qualification in HR (CIPD). Exposure to a professional services or similar high intellect environment and/or supporting a client base of more technically orientated individuals would be an advantage. Broad and detailed understanding of employment matters, employment legislation and its practical application in modern, changing work environments. Previous experience of delivering practical people plans for a specific client groups, developing strong peer relationships with centres of expertise and shared services, to deliver a seamless HR service proposition. Strong inner-drive, enthusiasm and resilience with the ability to demonstrate personal and professional credibility rapidly through building relationships and proving technical HR competence in a professional environment. Attention to detail, ability to work to deadlines with well-developed planning and organising skills. High level communication skills with a pro-active and consultative approach. Must be flexible to travel between the Gatwick and London offices.
HR Data Analyst - London - Resource Solutions - Barclays
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
HR Data Analyst LondonThis role will partner with the HR COO Business Partnering team to provide predictive analytical insight, data insightsThe role will also work closely with our key COEs to ensure that we are connected and providing the right level of detail and insightsYour RoleReview, analyse and manipulate HR data to tell a story/show progress across a number of key deliverables and projects, which may include predictive analyticsSupport the production of high quality materials for senior meetings that convey messages effectively to a senior audienceDrive efficiency for the HRBP COO team by centrally creating a suite of reports and managing the delivery of all core HR processes, ensuring a globally consistent approachIdentify and participate in continuous improvement initiativesResponsible for owning the analytical analysis and understanding of the data, in order to continue to maintain and improve the suite of reportsEnsure compliance with Data PrivacyEssential SkillsAdvanced Microsoft Excel user level, including ability to run macros- Proficiency in Microsoft AccessHigh standard of analytical capabilityDemonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills, including the skill of translating raw data into meaning information to support senior management decision makingKnowledge of HR functions and products/services, with experience of working with in a HR functionDesirable SkillsA statistics background is desirableIntermediate Powerpoint user level is desirableAbout Us Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management, with a strong presence in our two home markets of the UK and the US. Our goal is to become the bank of choice by providing superior services to customers and clients and supporting our stakeholders via a commercially successful business that generates long-term sustainable returns.Risk and Control Objective All Barclays colleagues have to ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Barclays Policies and Policy Standards.Your ApplicationTo be considered for this role, click on the apply button now.Barclays Values & DiversityDynamic working gives everyone at Barclays the opportunity to integrate professional and personal lives, if you have a need for flexibility then please discuss this with the hiring manager. We are an equal opportunity employer and we are opposed to discrimination on any grounds. It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, colour, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.
HR Advisor - Lancashire - RZ Group
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £25,000 Per Annum
  • Lancashire
HR Advisor A Leading Online Holiday RetailerBased in Manchester City Centre (Travel to Cheadle Required)£25,000 to £27,000 + Competitive Benefits + Career ProgressionA fantastic opportunity has arisen with an award-winning and leading online holiday retailer! My client is seeking a CIPD qualified and proactive HR Advisor with a minimum 2 years' generalist HR experience to join them on a full time, permanent basis. The successful candidate must be willing to travel between the two sites; Manchester city centre and Cheadle.Key Responsibilities:The successful candidate will coach, support and challenge managers in the application of HR policies and practices and provide advice and guidance on complex HR issues. You will also assist with recruitment needs, leave requests, sickness management, on-boarding/off-boarding, payroll and production of HR correspondence and documentation.Key Skills and Experience:- CIPD qualified with well rounded knowledge in employment law.- Minimum 2 years' experience as a HR Advisor.- Experience of managing complex employee relations case work.- Experience of managing performance, absence, grievance and disciplinary issues.- Ability to handle multiple and/or complex tasks and achieve successful outcomes.- Excellent planning, organisation and administrative skills.- Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to influence at all levels.- Must be willing to travel between the Manchester city centre and Cheadle officesRemuneration and Benefits:- Competitive Salary - £25,000 to £27,000 dependent on experience.- Share Incentive Plan, Health Shield, Childcare Vouchers, flexible working.- Holiday discounts and staff parties.- Casual dress, on-site canteen facilities.- Excellent opportunities and support with career progression.Do not miss out on this fantastic opportunity! Apply within or contact Husna Chel at RZ Group Ltd for more information.Recruitment Zone acting as an employment agency in regard to this advert.
HR Business Partner (Organisational Design) - London - Sanderson Recruitment Plc
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £70,000 to £80,000 Per Annum
  • London
  • 1 application
HR Business Partner (Organisational Design)Location: LondonRemuneration:Up to £80,000 (depending on experience) + car allowance & excellent packageDetailsWorking for one of the UK's leading financial services providers we have a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious and confident HR Business Partner with strong Organisational Design experience to be based in London on permanent basis.As HR Business Partner the main purpose of your role is to work closely with senior stakeholders and people managers to roll out people programmes (specifically around the design and implementation of organisational design) and provide support and guidance on all aspects of the partner life cycle.The role requires the ability to think and plan strategically, shape projects and deliver to agreed timelines. Individuals must have a communication style and gravitas that allows them to coach, influence and integrate at a senior level through strong relationships.ResponsibilitiesInfluence and deliver HR strategy into specific business areas.Contribute to the delivery of operational plans and HR projects (specifically around the design and implementation of organisational design)Advising and guiding senior stakeholders and people managers.Communicate and translate HR & People strategies into business actions.Support the business with strategic and operational people plans.Engage senior stakeholders and influence leadership behaviours to support the people agenda.Be a contributor to leadership teams as the HR subject matter expert with a strong understanding of the business.Assess, coach and drive the leadership and people management capability.Drive effective talent management and succession planning.Design and implement HR BAU, organisational design and change projects.How to applyTo apply for this position, please send your covering letter and CV to: Joe Donnelly via (see below)
Senior Payroll Manager - Birmingham -
  • Global Payroll Manager, Head of Payroll, Payroll Manager
  • Competitive
  • Birmingham
NGA Human Resources offers you a unique chance to build a career in a vibrant, agile and growing organization, yet one with truly global client relationships and a wide range of opportunities. At NGA, we’re dedicated to our clients, and we operate as a single, global team striving for excellence and innovation in everything we do. Whether you’re looking for an internship, or positions from entry-level through to executive management, talk to NGA and discover what A World of Opportunity can mean for you. Level 4  The Center of Excellence (COE) team is primarily focused on Payroll Management and as a Senior Payroll Manager within the COE you will ensure that all operational deliverables mentioned in the contract meet the agreed service levels for the accounts you manage in your jurisdiction. The Senior Payroll Manager plays a major role in translating customer expectations through regular communication and in turn, setting clear goals with their team of payroll associates, specialists and Payroll Managers to ensure that operations deliver the required output – enabling the teams to control and improve service through Lean Visual Management. It will be down to the Senior Payroll Manager to plan and resource effectively to handle the peaks and troughs of the business and increase the quality of the team through good recruitment, training and development, and through effective coaching, leading and managing a team of payroll associates, specialists and managers. Senior Payroll Managers own delivery of a standard, compliant, accurate, timely and cost effective payroll service to at least three accounts in a country, are the local service delivery manager (LSDM) for customers, account managers and regional service delivery managers (RSDM) for operational matters and are the line managers of payroll associates, JL3s payroll specialists and JL3 Payroll Managers working on their payroll accounts. Across all countries, a Senior Payroll Managers role and responsibilities are to:   1. Manage Customer: a. Primary Focus areas: i. Owns the Payroll Service for at least three accounts in a country and is the LSDM for the customer and NGA HR account directors and regional service delivery managers. ii. Owns any major escalations/incidents related to the assigned service scope for smooth operations delivery along with the account manager. iii. Escalates incidents as appropriately to the senior manager. b. Additional Focus areas: i. MSA is continuously updated with all the additional/elimination of activities to ensure 1) scope is up to date and 2) NGA HR is paid for all services provided c. How: i. Customer Satisfaction in terms of: · escalations · challenges · scope · behavior d. Measure of Success: i. Number of escalations   2. Manage Service: a. Primary Focus areas: Reference B Vacancy Center of Excellence: Senior Payroll Manager Location Town Contract Fixed Term / Permanent i. Green SLAs. ii. Ensures that contractual requirements are clearly converted to measurable goals for the team to ensure seamless delivery and reviews this from time to time for alignment. iii. Payroll Managers interact with payroll associates and specialists through whom they manage all executed pre-payroll validation, payroll and post-payroll work. iv. Payroll Managers are responsible for ensuring their first and final payrolls are compliant and predictably delivered accurately, timely and cost-effectively. v. Payroll Managers interact with one or two Supervisors in Customer Service through which they coordinate all pre-payroll data-management work that needs to be executed for their MPS+ and CPS accounts. b. Additional Focus areas: i. Periodically review Master Service Document (MSA) with Activities List handled by Team currently to ensure there are no gaps between what is agreed with customer vs. actual delivery. ii. Responsibility for monthly Leadership reporting for account(s) within your country. The reporting metrics include Referenceability, Project Status, CR target and Missed SLA justification c. How: i. Discuss above performance weekly with account manager or RSDM. ii. Ensure measured metrics give the necessary details to drive actions. d. Measure of Success: i. Green SLAs ii. Zero Penalty   3. Manage Financials: a. Primary Focus areas: i. Resource planning. ii. Quality of service and rework. iii. Involved in onboarding new customers earlier in the cycle through the Hypercare team. iv. Work with all support functions to ensure her/his teams meet the broader organizational goals. v. Ensure the cost of delivery targets of each account are predictably met in-line with annual objectives, budget and forecast. b. Additional Focus areas: i. Ensure all available resources the team uses to deliver service remains updated and relevant. ii. Ensure the billable, budgeted and actual headcounts are evaluated continuously to ensure that Cost per FTE is optimal c. How: i. Work with WFM team to ensure the teams are right staffed ii. Ensure cost of delivery is improved every month by making sure the results of the productivity management model continuously improve. d. Measure of success: i. Variance of Forecast vs. Actual HC   4. Manage Team: a. Primary Focus areas: i. To increase the quality of the team through good recruitment, training and development and through effective coaching and feedback ii. Ensure appraisals and professional development of staff is effectively maintained and adhered to using the appropriate tools iii. Ensure that the performance management framework is implemented and working effectively right from recruitment to exit interviews b. Additional Focus areas: i. Controlled Unplanned Absenteeism ii. Ensure Attrition (%) is less than 10% (or targets as set by management) & Ensure unplanned absenteeism is less than 1% - even better indicators could be absconding numbers and win backs. c. How: i. DISC ii. Productivity Management Model iii. My Performance Process iv. One-on-ones/continuous coaching v. Daily Team Huddles, weekly service reviews and monthly business reviews vi. Effective team communication strategies d. Measure of Success: i. Green eSAT ii. Talent retention at the right level   5. Manage Shop and Compliance: a. Primary Focus areas: i. Complete Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) at least once per year ii. Ensure all Process & customer documents (L3 process documentation, Detailed Working Instructions (DWI’s), Escalation Process, RACI, and customer Details) are updated and managed appropriately and accurately to ensure zero security lapses: ensure all controls are clearly documented in DWI’s. iii. Ensure effective segregation of duties with Payroll Specialists and Associates to ensure all necessary checks and balances are applied and defined controls are effectively executed iv. Ensure compliance with SOC1 processes v. Adhere to the escalation process for (potential) security incidents. vi. Ensure clear and to the point RCA’s are finalized within 72 hours of an incident being detected: ensure the RCA is shared with the entire team and that corrective actions are executed on timed b. Additional Focus areas: i. Ensure team members are continuously coached and briefed on the Security and Compliance updates to ensure every individual in the team is aware & owns the responsibility of Compliance Adherence ii. Ensure all team members complete the annual compliance training on time. c. How: i. Tools available to achieve this objective d. Measure of Success: i. Zero Non-Conformance: Adherence to Process, Technology and Work Environment 6. Continuously Improve: a. Primary Focus areas: i. Identify leakages to drive continuous improvement projects in the processes to provide faster & efficient services ii. Drive cost take out initiatives with a goal to continuously improve efficiency. iii. Develop, communicate and drive Service Improvement Plans to maintain an environment of continuous improvement. b. Additional Focus areas: i. Monitors team and Individual performance and productivity, all areas of performance metrics and identify opportunities for development to ensure that standards are met across the board. ii. To be proactive and aware of any potential issues that may arise to prevent problems and areas of concerns before they occur. iii. Accountable to ensure a perpetual focus on waste identification, elimination and tracking of benefits. c. How: i. Maintain and monitor the improvement ideas repository including waste hunts: Opportunity identification, evaluation and elimination etc. ii. Ensure proper governance cadence is practiced to bring the teams together to deliver seamlessly via huddles, weekly and monthly reviews. iii. Ensure the digital dashboards are put to use effectively during huddles and reviews and actions are derived from them resulting in improved quality of delivery d. Measure of Success: i. Improvement Projects You may also be asked to act as the go-to person for Operations team members in the location(s) where there is no JL5 Senior Manager. The responsibilities may include: Manage Workload Manage Capacity required for delivering service, shifts and duty services Manage Account Allocation: assign resources across workload/accounts Perform Daily Huddles and team meetings Monitor Productivity and Efficiency through ticket statistics, payroll deliverables and PY calendar timelines  Set priorities for the team and support in case of high workload Monitor workload based on PY manager priorities and HRW/myHRW SLAs 1st escalation point for RDC agents SOC1 Controls monitoring and follow-up: Request SOC1 Portal credentials for Task owners, Process owners and backups Onboard new clients or collaboration: Organize Knowledge Transfers and possible travel arrangements Help in the organization of the workload during hyper care period   Manage Team Ensure and organize backup Manage and consolidate Holiday planning Follow up Overtime process Execute Performance Management: regular cycle and off cycles if needed (PIP) Goal setting and development planning Resources planning Actively participate the Recruitment process: Conduct interviews Interact with recruitment Knowledge Management and ensure skill distribution in the team Detect Training gaps – setup (individual) training plan Team administration and interaction with HR and Finance: Long Term Salary Plan assessment Overtime follow up Termination Engage validation Concur expenses validation Holidays reconciliation Conflict management Monitor of accesses to the systems (MyHRW, euHReka, Customers’ system) - approval and verification of level accesses for individual employees Manage Service Manage and prepare RCA Document Manage Security Incident Procedure: Prepare Document Participate with Global team in follow up Relationship with stakeholders: LDCs Support teams: Training, Horizon, HR, Recruitment Improvement Plan: prepare and follow up Interact with PY Managers and SDMs in case of escalations, issues and process changes SLA and PY tasks monitoring and accountability Manage Accesses of team Provide feedback and input to Project teams: CMS Horizon PCC Waste Hunt Onboard new agents: Activate RSA Manage first access request to myHRW, SAP systems, engage Install SAP logon credentials Prepare training plan and organize client specific training   Skills and Experience NGA Human Resources offers you a unique chance to build a career in a vibrant, agile and growing organization, yet one with truly global client relationships and a wide range of opportunities. At NGA HR, we’re dedicated to our clients, and we operate as a single, global team striving for excellence and innovation in everything we do. Talk to NGA and discover what A World of Opportunity can mean for you. You have: BA/BS (preferably in accounting) or equivalent combination of education & experience 5-8 years relevant experience administering Payroll in an HR consulting, HR Outsourcing or Corporate environment Expert knowledge on payroll processes, practices and associated legislation A deep understanding of the various inputs and outputs such as third party interfaces, timekeeping, tax filing/compliance, accounting, benefits, and other key areas that integrate with payroll The ability to manage contractual SLA's, scope of services and internal KPI's The ability to Identify and mitigate any risks to service delivery HRIS knowledge: Workday, SAP, or PeopleSoft knowledge preferred A deep understanding of external, customer and internal compliance requirements Excellent ability to demonstrate innovation and good judgment/ problem solving skills when making decisions Ability to establish a course of action for self and others to accomplish a specific goal while using appropriate resources. Strong ability to manage and coach team members, develop action plans, which maximize performance, and provide effective feedback Proven ability to analyze and improve work processes and policies Expert Excel, PowerPoint, and Word skills Effective negotiation skills A deep understanding of how the available tools/systems enable the delivery of service excellence and the ability to use these tools and systems effectively and consistently An understanding of the scope of services and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that apply to own role The ability to follow, help improve and drive adherence to NGA HR Customer Service standards The ability to demonstrate excellent customer service/support skills The ability to demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills and effectively interact with customers, account directors and RSDM’s. Proficient in English language   It would be desirable if you also have: CIPP certification (or equivalent): training towards certification will be provided Lean Six Sigma: training towards certification will be provided Project Management experience: training will be provided The ability to collaborate and work in a team environment, as well as, work independently and make sound decisions   Key Competencies and Description Be Accountable: Communicate effectively, generate the desired effect and increase the effect of the message. Rise above one’s circumstances and demonstrate the level of ownership necessary to achieve desired results now and in the future. Show a strong sense of enthusiasm and dedication to the vision and priorities of NGA HR and inspire others Solve Problems: Identify problems, solve them and prevent future problems. Create and lead-by-example in an environment that encourages innovative thinking and creative problem solving. Know how to lead, manage and sell change effectively Take Ownership: Delegate responsibility, demonstrate to employees how they will achieve their goals and resolve issues. Apply sound people management practices, to enable others to deliver whilst actively providing feedback and coaching to maximize their full potential Be Client Centric: Build, manage and sponsor strategic partnerships with clients and communicate effectively to achieve the right outcome for all parties Be Effective: Apply sound judgment to decisions whilst thinking strategically about the future needs to the NGA HR business. Anticipate client service needs based on in-depth knowledge of delivery and HR/Payroll processes. Embrace global standards to ensure consistency and efficiency   NGA Human Resources is a global leader in helping organizations make HR work better, by transforming their business-critical HR operations to deliver more effective and efficient people-critical services. We help our clients become better employers through smarter, more streamlined data architecture and business processes — to save money, manage employee life cycles and support globally connected agile organizations. This is how NGA makes HR work. What sets us apart is The NGA Advantage. It’s a combination of deep HR experience and insight, advanced technology platforms and applications and a global portfolio of flexible service delivery options.   Our Values · One Team: Ours is an interactive environment. We celebrate our diversity and recognize the strength of what we can achieve as a united team. · Innovation: We are a creative and resourceful organization. We have a talent for looking at things differently and are passionate about bringing new ideas to life. · Speed: Our energy and focus means that we always deliver quality, quickly and efficiently · Responsibility: We can count on each other. We personally take responsibility for delivering on our promises. We trust our colleagues to do the same. Excellence: We are committed to excellence. Our internal and external customers are at the heart of everything we do and we strive to over-achieve. At NGA Human Resources, we provide you with the advantage of a truly global business environment and the opportunities of a fast-paced, agile and growing organization. We take pride in the commitment and professional excellence of our people; the innovation we bring to our business; and our unrelenting focus on helping our clients achieve their goals. When you join NGA, you open up a World of Opportunity — to take on meaningful responsibility and to make a difference for our company, for our clients and for the millions of employees we support around the world. A career at NGA is an attractive option - we have world-class solutions and services, and are constantly looking for ways to ensure that we remain ahead of the game. Developing talented people at NGA is one of the ways in which we will continue to drive excellence in our industry.
HR Business Partner - Amersham - Annapurna HR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £40,000 Per Annum
  • Amersham
Are you looking for your next career?? Are you a successful HR Business Partner? Do you have experience with TUPE, IN and OUT??I have partnered with a leading Heathcare Provider to find their next high performing HRBP to join their team. Your main objective is to ensure that employees are performing to the best of their ability, are highly engaged and that talent is retained, thereby ensuring the highest patient care. This will be a true business partnering role with high impact across the organisation that will require commitment, enthusiasm and the ability to influence policy and drive change. As a multi-site business, it is also vital that you are comfortable with frequent travel to these sites to proactively drive through and promote the HR and Corporate strategies (currently up to 20 sites, located in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Surrey and Middlesex) Office base nearest to Amersham.To be successful you will need to:Have a customer service mentality; treating colleagues across the business as customers and committing to service levels that can be relied upon.Be very knowledgeable in employment law and know how to apply this in a commercially-savvy way.Be willing and able to get 'hands on' in activities required on a day-to-day basis as well as in relation to delivering the overall service and continuous improvement.Develop close working relationships with colleague across the business, with a particular emphasis on supporting Business Managers.Provide accurate, commercially-focussed and trusted employment law advice to managers based on sound technical knowledge as well as the Company's published policies and procedures.Ensure the treatment of both employees, self-employed workers, and agency workers are compliant with relevant legislation, ethically-sound and employees comply with professional standards/registration requirements particular to their role.Provide support/cover to the HR Advice Centre as and when required.Keep up to date in developments in Employment Law and Human Resources best practice to maximise effectiveness and ensure compliance.Person Specification:Educated to A-Level standardCIPD qualified Level 7 or equivalent (or Level 5 and already studying towards Level 7)Member of the CIPDKnowledge of/proficient in HRIS, ideally SelectHR Please do not hesitate to contact me: Adam, (see below)
HR Manager - Aberdeen - 18 months - Aberdeenshire - Parity Professionals
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £180 to £250 Per Day
  • Aberdeenshire
HR Manager - Aberdeen - 18 monthsExperienced HR Manager based in Aberdeen required for an 18 month contract. The role of HR Manager requires the post holder to provide on-site strategic and technical HR advice and support to the management team. A key part of the post-holders role will be to build strong, influential and effective relationships with senior colleagues and provide appropriate challenge, support and advice on a wide range of HR issues. They also need to be able to become proficient in, and subsequently advise on, Departmental HR policies, procedures and protocols.Essential skills required are - A strong track record in an HR role, working with and effectively challenging and influencing senior leaders.Expertise and experience in supporting leadership capability and business transformation.An ability to identify and actively influence leaders about the people impacts of all business decisions; sign-posting to, or consulting with colleagues to deliver the best outcomes for the business.Experience of taking a consultancy approach, using change management and organisational development tools and techniques with clients to deliver positive outcomes.Desirable skills include -A coaching qualificationA working knowledge of employment lawCIPD qualification (Chartered Member or Fellow) or willingness to work.PLEASE NOTE THIS ROLE FALLS INSIDE IR35 LEGISLATIONALL CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A CURRENT BASIC DISCLOSURE CERTIFICATE DATED WITHIN THE LAST 12 MONTHS.Parity - Source, Develop, TransformParity Professionals Ltd acts in the capacity of an Employment Business when providing contract work finding services.
HR Assistant - Oxfordshire - MP Resourcing Ltd
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £20,000 Per Annum
  • Oxfordshire
A fast growing retail head office is recruiting for an HR Admin Assistant to for our HR department in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. The role is for 25 to 30 hours a week over 4 or 5 days. This is a generalist role and will include the following duties: Undertake duties supporting the recruitment and selection function including chasing references; arranging interviews; liaising with candidates and managers and any other associated duties. Undertake duties supporting the use of the HR System including inputting changes onto the system, sending out relevant contractual information, chasing queries with managers, and relevant payroll information Undertake administrative duties supporting various HR processes involving terms and conditions of employment. As well as administrative duties relating to organising and taking notes at disciplinary meetings, distribution of information and word processing. Dealing with various employee queries such as annual leave, pay and contractual queries. Interpreting, assisting and advising employees on various matters in line with the company procedures and policies Key requirements for the role include: Previous experience working in HR or similar role is essential Excellent attention to detail, with clear communication skills, written and verbal Proven ability and experience in administrative / support position Highly organised and able to effectively plan and prioritise Competent use of IT Packages particularly MS Office. Educated to minimum of CIPD level 3 or similar Able to understand and carry out HR process focused tasks Commitment to delivering a high standard of HR Service Strong interpersonal and professional skills Understanding of the need for discretion & confidentiality Confident self-starter with initiative and professional approach to work Please note: Only candidates with the relevant skills and experience will be contacted regarding this position. If you do not hear back from us within 5 days you have unfortunately been unsuccessful in your application for this position, however we may contact you in the future to discuss other opportunities. Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of a person's gender, marital status, race, religion, colour, age, disability or sexual orientation. Every candidate will be assessed only in accordance with their merits, qualifications and abilities to perform the duties of the job.
HR Systems Analyst - Workday - Insurance - London - London - iKas International
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £50,000 to £60,000 Per Annum
  • London
HR Systems Analyst - HRIS - Workday - Insurance - HR Strategy - HR Systems - Financial Services - Stakeholder Management Looking for an experienced HR Systems Analyst to come and work at an award-winning Insurance firm based in London. In this position, you will me configuring and developing change across multiple applications and integration systems in the HR systems estate in a controlled and appropriate way keeping the end user experience and centre through all stages of the development.You will assess requirements, perform impact assessments, design and build technical solutions to fulfil business requirements and promote the best possible user experience.In this role, you will also lead and perform system demonstrations/conversations with stakeholders to showcase potential solutions or current configuration.In order to be successful in this position, you MUST have:Understanding of the Insurance business, HR Strategy and HR Systems road mapExcellent stakeholder management, influencing and negotiation skillsAbility to prioritise and manage multiple concurrent tasksKnowledge and understanding of HR processes and systemsAbility to identify opportunities for improvement within the team and systemsWorkday experienceExperienced in working in a formal change and development frameworkStrong Analytical skillsIf you have the required skills, please apply for your CV to be considered. Or if not, please pass onto someone who you think could be a good fit!iKas International Ltd is providing recruitment services for this role. "Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only."
Senior Manager/HR Manager - Amsterdam - GCS
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Amsterdam
Senior Manager/HR ManagerAn exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Senior Manager/HR Manager to join a global leading broadcasting located in Amsterdam. This role will be offered as an initial 6 month contract.The main purpose of this role is to provide support to the Global Compensation team on key projects and processes mainly related to the T&I organization; including but not exhaustively Annual Salary Review, Annual Bonus Processes and projects such as Technical Career Ladders and Job Leveling.Key AccountabilitiesGathering & analysing data from across the businesses as directed to analyse & provide accurate insightsProvide first-line professional advice at an individual & policy levelFacilitate the development, improvement and implementation of policies & processes in areas such as incentive programmes, benchmarking and job leveling.Accountable for project roll-outsGuiding the Annual Salary Review for T&I in particularManagement Information: Support preparing presentations collating information for Leadership sign-offActive & insightful contributor identifying opportunities for improvementProvide (strategic) Reward advice to the wider People Community, in particular T&I relatedSupports leaders and managers in facilitating the delivery of reward related projectsSupporting the Reward strategy ensuring current practices are reviewed & fit for purpose supporting the business strategySupports transformational activity through strong change management approach ensuring the way that organization structure changes are delivered, is consistent with the Reward strategy providing internal equityDevelop, design & implement Reward communicationKnowledge & ExperienceUniversity degree or equivalent in related field7 - 10 years' experience in Reward in an international environment, preferably in high-tech, media or financial servicesStrong understanding of statistical analysis techniquesLeadership skills and strong communication skills are critical for successNumerate with exceptional attention to detail and accuracyAdvanced Excel & PowerPoint SkillsProven Project Management SkillsAbility to be effective through building strong relationships with colleagues across an international MatrixIf you feel you have the relevant experience then please submit an up to date CV for immediate consideration.
HR Consultant (Fixed Term Contract) - Midlothian - Resource Management
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £40,000 to £50,000 Per Annum
  • Midlothian
HR Consultant (Fixed Term Contract)Location: EdinburghSalary: £40,000 - £50,000 per annum (depending on level of experience)Benefits: 9% Bonus at Target, 28 + 8 Days Leave, Double Matched Pension (capped), PMI, Life Insurance and Flex Benefits PackageRoyal London is the largest mutual life, pensions and investment company in the UK, with Group funds under management of £106 billion. Group businesses provide around 9.0 million policies and employ 3,449 people.(Figures quoted are as at 30 June 2017).Founded as a Friendly Society in a London coffee shop in 1861, Royal London started out with the aim to help people avoid the stigma of a pauper's grave. Since then we have been helping people help themselves and are committed to delivering the best value for customers and putting members firstWe have an exciting vacancy for an experienced HR Consultant to join the Group HR team based in Edinburgh on a Fixed Term Contract basis initially for 6 months.We are looking for this individual to deliver supportive and consistent HR solutions to our Group Operations division, which is inclusive of Group Customer Services, through aligned HR Processes that assist with the achievement of organisational goals and strengthen the culture of employee engagement.As a business facing HR Consultant, the main purpose of your role is to pro-actively contribute to the success of the consultancy team by both maintaining the delivery of operational HR services to line managers in immediate business units and by providing wider support to HR projects undertaken by Business Partners in the Group. Due to the business areas the HR Consultant will support, we are looking specifically for applicants who have previously worked with volume Call Centre/Customer Service functions. Key Responsibilities:You will also work closely with the consultancy peer group to determine that HR policies and processes are relevant, follow best practice and are consistently applied in all business units.Advice and guidance for line managers on HR policies and processes.Generalist cyclical activities such as supporting the performance review process, MI validation, case management and provide support for the annual pay review processSupporting key projects such as career progression, smarter working, operational efficiencySupport for business partners with organisation design and re-structuring projectSupporting internal communications and engagement plan delivery across business unitKey Skills & Experience required:You will have experience of working as an HR Consultant or Business Partner in support of a volume Call Centre/Customer Services environment.A financial services or similar corporate services organisation would be preferred but not essential.You will be an excellent communicator who can create partnership relationships with all business functions with a willingness to roll your sleeves up and get involved in a wide range of business as usual activities and project work.You will have strong stakeholder management skills as well as a flexible approach to work and a willingness to learn.You will have a track record of supporting and engaging directly up to senior leader level. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a collaborative, supportive and high achieving team, in a rapidly changing organisation. To apply for this position please contact Joe Donnelly (see below)
HR Business Partner- Generalist - London - Resource Solutions - Barclays
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
HR Business Partner- Generalist London/South East EnglandThe HR Business Partner will work in partnership with the Regional Directors (MD) and their leadership teams across two regions to provide a cohesive HR agenda.The role operates as a true business partner, contributing to the development of the business area's agenda and strategy. In addition, as a Business Partner the role will lead key cyclical or value add work-streams for the segment as necessary across the broader HR landscape. The role requires very strong Stakeholder Management at Senior Executive levels, excellent relationship skills, a high level of HR knowledge and a strong degree of commercial pragmatism. Your RoleThe role will be based in London (1CP), however, a willingness to travel is essential as the role holder will cover the East and London & Home Counties Regions.The likely HR agenda will be:Supporting the business to bring together the various component parts of the businessSupporting the creation of an empowered and empathetic culture across the branch networkHelping the Business to embed the Structural Reform Program (SRP)Driving the Talent agendaSupporting sustainable people engagementPromoting a diverse and agile working environmentOrganisational designDelivering change and considering the impact on peoplePerson SpecificationGood understanding of all aspects of HR both operational and transformational eg Reward, Development, ER, Resourcing and OD.Strong influencing skillsAble to build and maintain relationshipsProactive, collaborative approachAble & comfortable switching between high level strategic contribution & detailed granular activity as required by the roleEssential SkillsStrong HR knowledge of policies, practices & employment frameworkProven HR Generalist experienceExperience of coaching and influencing senior leaders and facilitating senior teamsAppreciation of key financial metricsDesirable SkillsAppreciation of financial services industryCIPD qualified or part qualifiedUniversity degree/MBAAbout Us Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management, with a strong presence in our two home markets of the UK and the US. Our goal is to become the bank of choice by providing superior services to customers and clients and supporting our stakeholders via a commercially successful business that generates long-term sustainable returns.Risk and Control Objective All Barclays colleagues have to ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Barclays Policies and Policy Standards.Your ApplicationTo be considered for this role, click on the apply button now.Barclays Values & DiversityDynamic working gives everyone at Barclays the opportunity to integrate professional and personal lives, if you have a need for flexibility then please discuss this with the hiring manager. We are an equal opportunity employer and we are opposed to discrimination on any grounds. It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, colour, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.
Talent Acquisition Partner - HR - Recruiter - Leiden - Elevate Direct
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • €50 Per Hour
  • Leiden
Talent Acquisition Partner/Leiden, Netherlands/2 Months Contract/Up to 54 EUR (Per Hour) Talent Acquisition Partner - end-to-end recruitment Are you an experienced recruiter and are you seeking new challenges in Talent Acquisition area? Are you passionate about covering end-to-end recruitment process including innovative sourcing channels, new interviewing techniques, offer negotiation and complex communication with stakeholders? Do you want to work on projects in the Talent Acquisition area? Do you want to have a chance to be part of a global network of colleagues who touch the lives of more than a billion people around the world every day? As a Talent Acquisition Partner, you will be responsible for following areas: Talent strategy: by demonstrating knowledge of business, marketplace, legal and recruitment trends Recruitment: by covering overall recruitment process from attracting candidates to hiring stage Candidate relationship management: by building positive candidate experience Stakeholder management: by regular consulting with Hiring Managers, Business Based HR and other J&J Specialist Groups Qualifications Relevant experience in recruitment, ideally in an international environment Demonstrated capability in high-volume recruiting for a wide variety of positions Fluent level of English, besides knowledge of Dutch Effective partnership and relationship building skills with key stakeholders Uncompromising commitment to client and customer satisfaction Experience with using standard Talent Acquisition processes and applicant tracking systems (eg, Taleo) Johnson & Johnson is an American multinational medical devices, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturer founded in 1886. If you match these requirements, please apply in the normal way. Elevate will send you an email, please open, click and action that email and your application will be visible to the hiring organisation directly.
HR Data Manager - London - Resource Solutions - Barclays
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
  • 4 applications
HR Data Manager LondonTo provide data, process, insights and analytical support to the HR Business Manager on various activities with a key focus on understanding data and corresponding trendsPlay a key strategic enabler in the COO and Functions HR team's ability to shape business decisions using data insightsTeam management of c.3 direct reports, with expectation of providing day to day oversight and longer term career managementYour RoleDesign and shape the delivery of best in class insight to enable stakeholders to make informed business decisionsOwnership of relevant analytics and insight to the HR Business Management Team for COO & Central Functions to understand the headcount and cost implications for COO and HR, supporting with strategic initiatives such as location strategy, business restructures etcDeliver effective collaboration with COO and HR to produce clear, consistent, robust and value adding MI capability, leveraging all stakeholder requirementsSupport central process of headcount planning and forecasting for the HR function and COO, working in partnership with the Business Managers and Finance/Commercial Managers to ensure accurate and timely reporting, analysis and forecastingContribute to generating ideas to improve the culture of continuous improvement in HRMIProvide quality insights to support pre-published MI and ReportingManage key inputs to MBR and other recurring reportsA partnering relationship with the wider HR function and in particular the HRMI teamEssential SkillsHigh standard of analytical capability - Advanced Microsoft Excel user levelAbility to manage and improve processExperience of managing stakeholders directly and indirectly, across geographies and cultures, supporting and providing robust challenge where appropriateDemonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills, including the skill of translating raw data into meaning information to support senior management decision makingDesirable SkillsKnowledge of HR functions would be desirableAdvanced Business Objects user level would be desirableCommercial acumen with an understanding of the relationship between activity and costAbility to work in a Matrix reporting environment with multiple stakeholders demonstrate capability to balance and prioritise competing demandsAbout Us Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management, with a strong presence in our two home markets of the UK and the US. Our goal is to become the bank of choice by providing superior services to customers and clients and supporting our stakeholders via a commercially successful business that generates long-term sustainable returns.Risk and Control Objective All Barclays colleagues have to ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Barclays Policies and Policy Standards.Your ApplicationTo be considered for this role, click on the apply button now.Barclays Values & DiversityDynamic working gives everyone at Barclays the opportunity to integrate professional and personal lives, if you have a need for flexibility then please discuss this with the hiring manager. We are an equal opportunity employer and we are opposed to discrimination on any grounds. It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, colour, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.
HR Officer - West Midlands - Parity Professionals
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £10 to £12 Per Hour
  • West Midlands
HR OfficerContract. Wolverhampton. 3 months +. £10-12 Per hour.HR Officer required in Wolverhampton. You will provide first line support, advice and guidance associated with the delivery of a complete HR service, with particular emphasis on HR procedures and compliance whilst adhering to all related financial and employment legislation.Main activities To provide first line support, advice and guidance to ensure that relevant legislation, procedures, practices and processes are adoptedMaintain all associated data input through the HR systems and independent databases and council systems (where required) and implement technology solutions to a high standard ensuring at all times that the correct contractual or legislative outcome or payment is achieved.Assist with all types of all associated transactions through the system and independent data bases (where required), this will include ensuring all processes are fit for purpose.To provide administrative support to the HR Manager including producing literature, completing tenders, and ad hoc invoicing for the HR Consultancy Team.Responsible for security and integrity of HR systems ensuring only authorised personnel can access confidential information held on systems.Adhere at all times to confidentiality with special reference to appropriate legislation for example - The Data Protection Act 1998, as information may be of a sensitive and confidential nature.To ensure all services and procedures delivered are compliant with legal, financial and audit requirements and adhere to significant assurance rating at all times.To undertake other duties within the post holders competence or otherwise appropriate to the grade of the post.Skills and Expeirence Demonstrate excellent organisational & administrative skillsAbility to demonstrate sound knowledge of computer systems and databases including Outlook/Word/Excel/Internet, inputting information quickly & accurately.Possess knowledge of HR procedures and there application to ensure that consistent and correct information and advice is given at all timesExperience in Human ResourcesFor more information please apply now. Parity - Source, Develop, TransformParity Professionals Ltd acts in the capacity of an Employment Business when providing contract work finding services.
HR Business Partner - London - Annapurna HR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £60,000 to £70,000 Per Annum
  • London
My client, a global law firm, has gone through an exciting time of change and transformation which has allowed a fantastic opportunity to arise. They are looking for a strong HR Business Partner to join the team, with a choice of two different practice areas. You will help drive change whilst supporting Senior Partners and the leadership team with practical solutions.You will be providing full generalist support and working closely with senior execs. Someone who has previous stakeholder management experience is essential to be able to come across with credibility and gravitas. Other key skills and attributes they are looking for include:Good HRIS experienceResilienceFlexible Style Can follow process EmpathyGood critical thinkingOrganisational Design This is an exciting opportunity to join a changing business that will offer fantastic career exposure, as well as project experience. If you are interested in hearing more about this role please apply now or contact Stasio at Annapurna (see below)
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