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Talent & HR Manager - Hackney -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £35,000 to £45,000 Per Annum
  • Hackney
This award winning music tech start-up is looking for an experienced, motivated, and diligent Talent and HR Manager to advise and manage HR processes as well as recruit for their growing multidisciplinary team.As a core member of their friendly and effective Talent Team, you will direct source a portion of their open and upcoming technical and non technical positions, building talent pools that convert conversations into excellent candidate, brand and ultimately team member experiences. Working alongside their Internal Recruiter, the focus of the departments you will recruit for will be based on your experience and skill set. Alongside talent acquisition, you will also advise and implement key HR processes, as well as take full responsibility for the drafting and filing of all of their employment contracts. This role will be vital in maturing their people processes and increasing efficiency across the People Department.You will report into their Head of Talent, with close collaboration with their Head of People Development and Chief People Officer. This role is most complementary to an HR generalist who excels in a fast-paced atmosphere, is results driven and enjoys continuous improvement and implementation of processes and compliance.What you'll need:Talent:Experience as an in-house recruiter or sourcer with volume recruitmentWorking knowledge and experience with Applicant Tracking Systems (they use Greenhouse), social media, candidate platforms, and hiring process workflowsHuman Resources:- Credible generalist HR experience gained from delivering results within a dynamic, collaborative and inclusive environment- An adept understanding of current UK employment law and data protection- Experience managing visa administration and employer sponsorship responsibilitiesKey Attributes:- Resilience and the ability to manage competing demands, changing priorities and challenging deadlines with speed- Fantastic organisational skills with a methodical approach alongside a flexible attitude- An interest in sharing and receiving knowledge and feedback to grow the collective understanding and skill set of the Talent and wider People Team- An inquisitive mind and demonstrable examples of implementing proactive solutions- Excellent interpersonal and communication (both written and verbal) skillsThey Offer:- A health care cash plan- A company pension scheme- 23 days holiday with 2 additional social impact days and the 8 statutory holiday days- 20 hours per year dedicated to volunteering - Discounts on products- Fortnightly massages, meditation and yoga- Generous Parental Leave policy- Frequent friends and family events- A great working environment, featuring complimentary homemade vegetarian lunches, as well as fresh bread and breakfast items- A company-wide Hack Day once a month- The opportunity to create your own skill sharing workshop- A bike-to-work scheme
Corporate - Finance | Payroll Administrator - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
About FTI Consulting FTI Consulting is a global business advisory firm, dedicated to helping organisations navigate and manage a diverse range of complex issues and business challenges. Our expertise covers the spectrum of Corporate Finance & Restructuring, Economic Consulting, Forensic & Litigation Consulting, Strategic Communications and Technology. We are a company of more than 4,600 professionals with annual revenues in excess of $1.8 billion, with offices located in every major business centre in the world. Our professionals are some of the most experienced leaders in their fields, and advise across a range of industries. Our clients engage us for high-stakes concerns or emerging opportunities that require specialised expertise, and over the past two decades we have been engaged to work behind the headlines on some of the biggest news stories to date. FTI Consulting is a fast growing and vibrant place to work. Steered by our values of Integrity, Creativity, Achievement, Empathy and Respect, its meritocratic culture invites both collaboration and healthy debate. We are large enough to be trusted by our clients to solve their biggest issues and yet small enough to know our colleagues on a personal level enabling better team working and a supportive culture to develop your career goals and ambitions. About the role The Payroll Administrator is a support role within the EMEA payroll team that reports to the Payroll Manager. The Payroll Administrator will assist in all aspects of the monthly payroll processing as well as supporting other administrative functions within the team. Key responsibilities* Support the processing of the UK Payroll. Input and checking all aspects of Payroll processing (Starters, Leavers and completion of all appropriate tax forms, Variable data - e.g. bonus, advances, overtime, etc.) - Payroll for around 819 UK employees on a monthly basis* Knowledge and application of statutory and firm rules in relation to: SSP, SMP, SAP, SPP* Ability to manually calculate PAYE and NI calculations when required* Maintaining an understanding of current payroll legislation: RTI and Auto Enrolment* Assist with preparing monthly payroll reconciliations and control reports* Day to day liaison with clients - HR, employees, HMRC, Pension Provider, Season tickets, Childcare Vouchers, cycle to work etc.* Other ad hoc duties as requiredExperience / Key skills and competencies* UK payroll experience* Experience of dealing with payroll from start to finish* Good working knowledge of Excel (v-look ups), Word and PowerPoint* Experienced in working to tight deadlines* Methodical and organised* Strong attention to detail is essential Preferred Skills* Knowledge of ADP Freedom* Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal* Experience of Professional Services Environment* Open minded with a positive attitude* Ability to prioritise, manage time and work effectively* Strong team player in an environment of professionalsWe are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. #LI-AJ1
HR Business Partner - London - Annapurna HR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £60,000 to £65,000 Per Annum
  • London
My client, a unique corporate transport service in London, are seeking a talented Business Partner to join the team and work directly with the HR Director. The HR Director is an extremely experienced person and is fantastic to work with. You will join a team of circa 8 people in HR and you will manage directly a small team. You will get involved in exciting projects such as Rewards, Pensons, Diversity & Inclusion and the corporate well being in general. Your client group will be mainly the corporate functions within the group so you would have had some similar experience before or be doing a similar role now. You will form strong, credible relationships with the senior team, influencing on people matters whilst responding to business needs where there is scope for HR to add value. You'll also work with closely with the Directors across Sales and Customer Services to maximise the organisational design and ensure they are ready to embrace changes across the industry. You will be a driven and motivated individual who has a passion in things being done the correct way. Ideally you will have worked within a Unionised environment.You will ideally have all the following experience: Extensive HR and business partnering experience with breadth across all areas of HRStrategic, commercially acquired outlook ideally within a similar business environmentBusiness acumen and practical operational experienceComfort operating with complexityExperience of leading an HR Business Partner teamAbility to influence and challenge at all levelsExperience of managing relationships within a Matrix organisationExcellent knowledge of employment law coupled with an awareness of planned legislationAbility to make and offer alternative insights and observationsCommercial acumen/outlookIn return they offer an excellent package and a fantastic, exciting place to work. Be part of the future working with this company. Apply now and you will be called to go through the role in more detail if your profile fits the role.
HR Advisor - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
Background and Purpose:The Prudential Group has recently announced its intention to de-merge, creating two separately listed entities. In preparation for this, the Group Head Office team is seeking to hire an interim HR Advisor who can provide additional support to the existing team and take day-to-day ownership of HR for Corporate Property, a Prudential function who provides professional services particularly related to property to support the Prudential business units' occupation of their property portfolios.Job Scope:The Interim HR Advisor will be primarily responsible for:Managing the employee life cycle for Corporate PropertyProviding additional support to the GHO HR team across its key projects, and in particular, ER and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitivePrincipal Accountabilities:Management of all employee relation issues including, guiding managers through processes in line with policy and procedures, attending meetings, drafting all relevant letters and communications, engaging with union representatives where appropriate and relevant, seeking advice from external employment law firm if requiredManagement of the Corporate Property performance management cycle, including designing and putting in place effective processes and procedures, tracking and monitoring progress and quality assuranceManagement of the Corporate Property reward cycle, including benchmarking and making recommendations on offers and pay increases, managing bonus recommendations and evaluating reward and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitive  Manage and develop the relationship with Unite, the recognised trade union across a range of issues include preparing and leading collective consultation and management of the annual pay negotiationProject management of multiple people change initiatives across Corporate PropertyCoaching and developing managers, providing advice in complex policy and legal areas to ensure that the organisation fulfils its responsibilities towards employeesCore Competences Required:Stakeholder relationship management skills, able to build effective working relationships across a wide range of levels and locations, internally and externallyExcellent organisational skills, able to prioritise and manage complex projects and programmes independentlyStrong employee relations experience including knowledge of TUPEStrong experience in managing relationship with unionsAbility to successfully work in a high activity, fast paced environmentAbility to handle confidential information and sensitive situations consideratelyAbility to facilitate conflict resolution and diplomatically diffuse situationsResilient and good problem solving skillsStrong knowledge of UK employment law
HR Advisor - London - Resource Solutions - Prudential
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £300 to £400 Per Day
  • London
Background and Purpose:The Prudential Group has recently announced its intention to de-merge, creating two separately listed entities. In preparation for this, the Group Head Office team is seeking to hire an interim HR Advisor who can provide additional support to the existing team and take day-to-day ownership of HR for Corporate Property, a Prudential function who provides professional services particularly related to property to support the Prudential business units' occupation of their property portfolios.Job Scope:The Interim HR Advisor will be primarily responsible for:Managing the employee life cycle for Corporate PropertyProviding additional support to the GHO HR team across its key projects, and in particular, ERPrincipal Accountabilities:Management of all employee relation issues including, guiding managers through processes in line with policy and procedures, attending meetings, drafting all relevant letters and communications, engaging with union representatives where appropriate and relevant, seeking advice from external employment law firm if requiredManagement of the Corporate Property performance management cycle, including designing and putting in place effective processes and procedures, tracking and monitoring progress and quality assuranceManagement of the Corporate Property reward cycle, including benchmarking and making recommendations on offers and pay increases, managing bonus recommendations and evaluating reward and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitiveManage and develop the relationship with Unite, the recognised trade union across a range of issues include preparing and leading collective consultation and management of the annual pay negotiationProject management of multiple people change initiatives across Corporate PropertyCoaching and developing managers, providing advice in complex policy and legal areas to ensure that the organisation fulfils its responsibilities towards employeesCore Competences Required:Stakeholder relationship management skills, able to build effective working relationships across a wide range of levels and locations, internally and externallyExcellent organisational skills, able to prioritise and manage complex projects and programmes independentlyStrong employee relations experience including knowledge of TUPEStrong experience in managing relationship with unionsAbility to successfully work in a high activity, fast paced environmentAbility to handle confidential information and sensitive situations consideratelyAbility to facilitate conflict resolution and diplomatically diffuse situationsResilient and good problem solving skillsStrong knowledge of UK employment law
Payroll Accountant - London - The Singapore Tourism Board
  • Payroll Specialist, Accounts & Payroll Clerk, Payroll Controller, Payroll Executive, Payroll Officer
  • Competitive
  • London
  STB are looking to appoint a Payroll Accountant to process the monthly salaries of the STB London staff members of which there are currently six (06). The contract will be for a period of 1 year with an option to extend for an additional year. The objective is to ensure that all in-market staff (IMS) are paid correctly and the employer, STB London, is aligned   with the policies and demands of HM Revenue and Customs. Scope of Works Processing monthly staff payroll, staff benefits and annual bonuses. Setting up accounts for new employees and issuing P45s. Online filing of the salaries to HM Revenue and Customs within the stipulated deadlines. Computation of Workplace Pension for staff and liaising with the Pension fund provider. Submission of year end processes to HMRC. Updating the employer, STB, on HMRC Class 1A payments for expenses. Liaise with Area Director who will provide the salary information. Managing and handling staff queries on payroll, personal income tax queries, etc. Annual visit to the STB office to check that staff expense payments are correct and in line with legislation. Processing occasional staff payroll pertaining to Statutory Sick Pay, Maternity Pay, or other similarly related matters, if necessary. Key Experience Proven work record in payroll services with a minimum of 2 years related experience. CIPP qualified or equivalent. Experience in an outsourcing environment. Ability to handle complex payroll calculations.   The Singapore Tourism Board (“STB” or the “Board”) is located at Southwest House, 11a Regent Street, London, SW1Y 4LR. Please email: stb_london @ stb.gov.sg quoting the following:  INVITATION TO QUOTE FOR PAYROLL ACCOUNTANT SERVICES - ITQ NO: STB/LOND/18-19/LQ5 to request the ITQ documents, all submissions should be submitted to stb_tema_procurement_A@stb.gov.sg by the closing date of:  Tuesday 22 May AT 16:00 (GMT)/24:00 (SGT)  
Payroll, Pensions & HR Coordinator - London - TBAP Multi-Academy Trust
  • Payroll & HR Administrator, Payroll Controller, Payroll Executive, Payroll Officer, Payroll & Benefits Controller
  • £24,500 to £29,000 Per Annum
  • London
TBAP Multi-Academy Trust Payroll, Pensions & HR Coordinator NJC Scale 5 – 6 (£24,618 - £29,010p.a.) TBAP Trust Benefits package includes: Benenden Health Care Membership Interest Free Travel Season Ticket Loan Scheme Employers for Childcare Vouchers Scheme   TBAP Multi-Academy Trust is at a stage of growth and expansion where we are seeking an outstanding and qualified Payroll, Pensions & HR Coordinator to help us to achieve our objectives and to support us through our next development phase.  The role of the Payroll, Pensions and HR Co-Ordinator is a pivotal post within TBAP Trust’s HR team and works in tandem with the Finance team providing a multi-site service to 400 staff.  The post holder will need to be flexible to stakeholder needs, and adaptable to fit into a growth organisation with an evolving team structure as the Trust expands.  You will have significant experience of Payroll and Pensions administration, ideally Local Government and Teachers’ pension schemes, excel at customer care, and able to develop and maintain excellent relationships with external Payroll Bureaus, Pension Scheme administrators.  You will be either CIPP or CPP qualified and have excellent IT skills and have working knowledge of HRIS. TBAP Multi-Academy Trust includes eleven Academies delivering high quality Alternative and SEMH Provision across four London Boroughs, Cambridgeshire, Essex and the North-West of England. Additionally, we have a Teaching School Alliance that offers extensive CPD and research programmes at all levels. In September 2016, we opened an innovative new 16-19 Academic AP Free school, which provides an academic curriculum to enable learners to gain access to Higher Education. The Trust has an excellent reputation for providing high quality education and transforming the lives of children and young people and is proud to hold a Silver Award from Investors in People.    The Trust can provide the successful candidate a rare opportunity to be involved in the continuous development nationally of high quality educational services whilst offering a competitive salary, generous annual leave entitlement and employer pension contributions.       To Apply If you would like to join our team, then please apply to the Trust Application Form  by Noon on Wednesday 23rd May 2018. Interviews will be held on 30th May 2018. To arrange an informal discussion of the role please contact either Chanda Viette or Beverley Dash on 02031080345 opt5 opt2 or email hr @ tbap.org.uk For application documents and more information about TBAP Multi Academy Trust please visit http: //www.tbap.org.uk/vacancies/index.php. The TBAP Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS disclosure will be requested for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation.
Reward & Performance Specialist- HR - AVP Level - - London - Alexander Ash Consulting Ltd
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £70,000 to £75,000 Per Annum
  • London
Reward & Performance Specialist- HR - AVP Level - London My client, a Global Bank looking for a Reward & Performance Specialist - HR AVP level-to join on a permanent basis. Overall purpose of this role is to supporting the design, engagement and roll-out of Group Reward strategic initiatives. The current book of work is very broad and includes technology, policy and frameworks re-design, process re-engineering and training. Strong project management is vital (the incumbent will have their own portfolio of projects to manage end to end) and have SME accountabilities and divisional relationships If the role does not seem suitable or the timing is wrong please do let me know if anyone else you know may be suitable/interested - I would of course be happy to pay a referral fee for anyone you recommend who secures the role Contact: (see below)
Project Support - HR/Talent - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
HR Enablement Project Co-ordinator (Senior Associate - Level 2)THIS ROLE CAN BE BASED IN EITHER LONDON OR BRISTOLBackground:This position will provide the right candidate with a unique opportunity to enable culture change while supporting innovative Talent projects across EMEIA FSO. As part of Building a Better Working World, EY has aligned its Talent Strategy to new priorities and new culture change and engagement demands. If we are to achieve the ambition we have set ourselves for V2020, we will need people who are committed and motivated; we will need people prepared to 'go the extra mile', who are engaged. You will enable EY to make the world of work a better, more engaged, inclusive, flexible and ethical place for the benefit of all.The opportunityWork within the Talent function to:Support identification of, and shaping, cross Talent initiatives and projects aimed at continuously improving the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the Region Talent Team across processes, technology and operations, while strengthening the alignment of the Region to Area/Global.Support delivery of cross-functional projects which build organisational capability and changes ways of working within the business.Ownership of specific initiatives such as our EMEIA FSO Change Network and cross-Talent Knowledge Sharing.Your key responsibilitiesProject management:Provide effective project support and ensure project delivery on time/budget and to the required standardSupport the full project cycle throughout planning, mobilization, execution, monitoring, closingManage stakeholders to ensure they are engaged, informed and consulted as appropriate throughout the life cycle of the projectLead meetings and workshops for projects or initiatives as appropriateActively manage project risks and issues, recommend solutions to effectively overcome these and regularly report on projects status and progressDrive or support change and communication managementBuild and maintain capability in the teamProcess improvement:Identify continuous improvement opportunities across the talent team to work more effectively and efficiently within Region team and/or further leverage Talent Shared Services/GDS/RPAProduce and monitor HR operational dashboards (KPIs & metrics) to measure performance and uncover areas of improvementEngage with the required stakeholders (including the Business) to understand needs and opportunitiesWork with other delivery partners as required ie IT, Procurement, Legal and coordinate with Global HR Projects as required to ensure strategic alignment and avoid duplication of effortsSupport Merger & Acquisitions projects as required by the Business and/or support/align with Global HR Projects M&A TeamSupport organizational restructuring (including workforce reduction or restricting) within the RegionEMEIA FSO Change Network:Manage the EMEIA FSO Change Network (CN)Run meetings with steering group to gather initiatives for the next CN NewsletterDraft and signoff CN NewsletterHelp set up and run CN InitiativesMonitor attendanceCreate and provide presentations to keep stakeholders informedSuggest and implement plans to increase engagement in the CNCreatively come up with ways to engage and develop the networkKnowledge Sharing:Develop and implement plan for how to increase knowledge sharing in Talent, both internally within Talent and externally with the wider business and outside of EYProject manage this on an on-going basis through setting up activities such as Lunch and Learns and other knowledge sharing opportunitiesSkills and attributes for successGood project management skills, able to coordinate multiple projects/initiatives simultaneously and meet demanding time framesAbility to proactively identify continuous improvement opportunities, solve problems and drive to exceed expectationsGood communication skills and ability to work effectively with multiple stakeholders across the organisationTo qualify for the role you must haveProject management experience working on multiple projectsKnowledge of change management and ability to execute change acting as a change agent.Familiarity with the culture and practice of professional services environments across European jurisdictionsIdeally, you'll alsoBe a good negotiator, with sensitive and values-orientated approachBe cognisant of risk but not inhibited by itHave an ability to cope with complexity & ambiguity and work cross organisational and geographical boundariesWhat we look forWe need people who can develop strong networks with other parts of the business, other projects and other colleagues to share good practiceValues-based perspective will be vital to enable us transform our organisation and enable people and processes to work in flow rather than against each other.What working at EY offersWe 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, coaching and feedback 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.Join us in building a better working world.Apply now.
Payroll Adminstrator (Sage Payroll) - Finchley -
  • Payroll Assistant
  • £20,000 to £23,000 Per Annum
  • Finchley
Payroll Adminstrator (Sage Payroll) North London £20K - £23K + Benefits Payroll Adminstrator - A North London based company are looking to recruit a junior payroll adminstrator with some experience or exposure to Sage Payroll. They are looking for someone to start in mid July (poss before).  If you feel that you have the skills and experience to perform well in the role or would like to know more, please apply online or call Matthew at JGA Recruitment for further information. 
HR Business Partner (HRBP) - London - Pontoon
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
HR Business Partner (HRBP)LondonLarge Telco CompanyUsing knowledge of business directorate (or function) and HR knowledge and experience, the role holder works with senior leaders to develop & deliver people plans aligned with their functional priorities that deliver immediate, medium and long term benefit. Interfacing with HR or business specialists to implement business plans as appropriate.Key Responsibilities Drive the delivery of central/cyclical initiatives whilst effectively balancing local business area priorities eg Your Say, annual salary review, best performanceBy partnering with the business understanding business goals and challenges and identify and deliver people programmes and initiatives that will support business goals and priorities. Typically the role will support more mature/less ambiguous or small scale Business Units.Design and delivery of change programmes to help drive and deliver business unit (BU) people plans; design of programmes will typically be for tactical or less complex business challengesEnsure that business teams understand the people implications of their business plan. In-conjunction with the business and People Director, develop and agree a people plan (for the short, medium and long term) aligned to the business plan, overall People Plan for the function and HR Commitments. Drive and lead resource planning and talent management processes within the client area to ensure we have clear visibility of our talent and have plans in place to support development and succession.Ensure defined business area is as efficient as possible through tracking, managing and pro-actively utilising available management information to challenge and influence the business area.Accountable for total labour resource plans in relevant business areas. Work with Finance to ensure total labour cost plans are aligned and within budget commitmentEnsure effective delivery of the people plan via the HR teams and others as necessary, which truly embeds the change.To role model behaviours and people management processes in working with their business function.Coach and support the business leadership team/s in their leadership capability ensuring that feedback becomes a regular occurrence. Get involved in team development at Director and Head Of level as required.Ensure that the all values and behaviours are at the heart of the business area and all that it does.Ensure that the business leadership team/s understand the engagement of their teams and the impact of this on their business delivery. Help them to understand the levers they have available to improve engagement and develop appropriate plans.Input into ER cases as appropriate and support to ensure a satisfactory result.Take responsibility for personal development required to successfully further develop own capability, skill and knowledge in order to enhance own performanceShare key learns and best practise across the Partnering team.Key SkillsPrevious generalist or HR partnering experience.CIPD qualified or relevant experience.Demonstrates creative thinking and has experience of implementing appropriate and value add HR solutionsExperience in managing and leading HR initiatives including change projects such as outsourcing, redundancy and reorganisation.Ability to work well at pace and under pressure and to thrive on challenge and responsibilityGood communication, influencing skills.Ability to challenge constructively and manage and resolve conflicting priorities and stakeholder concerns whilst building and maintaining relationships.Be a team player with the ability to motivate and work alongside others and share best practice.Identifies and manages key HR risks associated with people interventions and providing input into complex ER cases.Please be advised if you haven't heard from us within 48 hours then unfortunately your application has not been successful on this occasion, we may however keep your details on file for any suitable future vacancies and contact you accordingly. Pontoon is an employment consultancy and operates as an equal opportunities employer. Whilst every effort is made to ensure this email is relevant to your experience and job search, sometimes there are errors, we apologise if this is the case.
Interim HR Consultant - London - Sanderson Recruitment Plc
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £300 Per Day
  • London
Interim HR ConsultantLocation: LondonDuration: 6 months (with the possibility of extension)Daily Rate: £300-320Working for a multinational financial services provider we have an excellent interim opportunity for a HR Consultant to be based in London. This individual will provide strategic support to a European HR Business Partner team to ensure the successful planning and delivery of HR services (including project based activity) to the business.The successful candidate will have experience of delivering an effective HR service within a complex, dynamic and fast paced environment. Experience gained within regulated financial services organisations is highly desirable.ResponsibilitiesWork in partnership with the HR Business Partner team to support people related projects and work streams across multiple business functions.Provide strategic advice and guidance to support organisational planning and development initiatives.Provide support on HR solutions including Leadership, L&D, Performance Management, Change Management, Talent Management and Reward.Contribute to the human resources organisation & client groups to develop and execute best practices to promote employee engagement and to enable a high-performing workforce to contribute to the company's strategic growth.Skills, Experience and QualificationsMinimum of 5 years experience as a HR Generalist preferably gained in a complex global organisation.Ability to operate strategically with a hands on approach to developing organisational talent and workforce plans.Experience of project management and the implementation of HR projects.Strong influencing and interpersonal skills with the ability to build effective relationships with stakeholders at all levels.Financial services industry sector experience (desirable).CIPD qualified or equivalent.Please apply online with your CV. Thank you.
Senior Consultant - HR Transformation - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
CELEBRATE YOUR PERSONALITY AND TEAM SPIRIT. GROW THROUGH YOUR CHOICES. MAKE YOUR MARK. North Highland has a mantra: Unleash Potential Together. For our clients, it means we challenge thinking and build capabilities, so that after each engagement, they are left stronger and inspired to do more. With our colleagues, it means fostering an environment where bringing, shaping, growing and sharing ideas isn't just encouraged-it's expected. And within our communities, it means we give of our skills, time and passion to make them more prosperous. At North Highland we work directly with Leadership Teams of global multinationals to help them shape their HR functions. We transform HR structurally and design effective processes - leveraging enabling technologies to their full potential. By improving operational efficiency, HR can focus on the activities that add value to the business, becoming a true strategic partner. As a Senior Consultant in HR Transformation at North Highland you will be given the opportunity to lead HR consulting engagements. We are looking for someone who has a proven track record in HR consulting across a number of different areas: HR strategy, HR Operating Models (including Shared Services & Outsourcing), HR process and HR technology. Senior Consultants will be responsible for providing expertise to guide the delivery of projects, this may include: Leading key workstreams or projects with a focus on HR Transformation Successfully engaging with senior client stakeholders Planning and facilitate client meetings and workshops Co-ordinainge the development of quality deliverables Being accountable for defining detailed business requirements and deliverables effectively Managing change throughout an organisation, navigating political client environments Demonstrating the ability to manage initiatives that are not well defined or structured Being encouraged to identify opportunities at new/existing clients, developing solid commercial skills around financials, pricing structures, and contributing to client account development Requirements: Significant experience in a Consulting environment delivering a range of HR transformation engagements including: HR strategy, HR Operating Models (including Shared Services & Outsourcing), HR process and HR technology. The ability to confidently communicate with senior clients and North Highland teams Solid experience in a number of core consulting capabilities. Areas of interest include project management, transformation & change, process design, organisational design and operating models, employee engagement, HR consulting, HRIS implementation and change communications. You will also have a keen interest in developing further in two or three functional HR specialist areas such as deploying HR SaaS, HR analytics, performance and talent, compensation, learning and development and HR shared services. The ability to be versatile and work across industry sectors, with prior experience in sectors such as retail, travel and transport, public sector, financial services, media and telecommunications Excellent interpersonal skills, an ability to quickly build rapport and establish strong relationships across all levels of an organisation The ability to influence, persuade, motivate and mentor others Preferred Skills: Workday, Success Factors or Oracle Fusion experience Creative thinking and seeking innovative solutions to complex technical/business problems North Highland is a global management consulting firm known for helping clients solve their most complex challenges related to customer experience, performance improvement, technology and digital, and transformation. We add value and support our clients across the full spectrum of consulting, from strategy through delivery. We bring the big ideas, then we make them real. North Highland is an employee-owned firm, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with more than 3,000 consultants worldwide and 60+ offices around the globe. The firm is a member of Cordence Worldwide a global management consulting alliance.   North Highland is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes all qualified applicants. Applicants will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, genetic data, or other legally protected status.
HR Business Partner - London - ReThink Recruitment
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £55,000 to £60,000 Per Annum
  • London
HR Business Partner- Telco- London- £55,000-£60,000An exciting new role within a Telco provider based in LondonYou will be the first point of contact to the management team to provide full HR generalist support as an HR Business Partner, ensure the company adheres to all relevant employment legislation, group policies and processes, reinforce standards and ensure that the "basics" are right (legal compliance, HR data integrity).In addition, the role will support international projects such as best practice alignment between local entities.The role is operational in focus, with a blend of employee relations, generalist HR support, project implementation and business partnership at a middle management level as well as strategic in the support of the International company development.To be successful within this role you will need to have skills in the following areasProven experience in delivering a full range of Operational HR generalist activities - disciplinary, grievance, absence, capability issues.Experience of working within HR internationally (cross border Matrix teams)Experienced working at all levels, demonstrating strong relationship building skills.Accurate and timely reporting and strong attention to detail.Conveys information clearly and accurately, and influences others to gain commitmentUniversity EducatedCIPD qualified (or currently undertaking a qualification)European Languages highly desirable (German, French, Spanish, Dutch or Danish)Please apply to be considered for the role
Payroll & HR Analyst - London - 35K - London -
  • Payroll & HR Administrator, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Specialist, HR Systems Analyst
  • £30,000 to £35,000 Per Annum
  • London
Payroll & HR Analyst - London - 35K   This is an exciting opportunity to genuinely join one of the worlds most renowned media companies in a role that will involve providing a comprehensive payroll and HR analytics service to the group to help support board-level decision making.Working with an outsourced vendor, this role will also have full responsibility for the accurate management and processing of the company payroll operation (500 employees). Payroll Responsibilities will include managing the outsourced payroll vendor to ensure that all relevant payroll deadlines are met as well as reconciling reports against payroll as well as ensuring that PAYE payments are processed in a timely manner to HMRC.  Additional responsibilities include managing the year-end process (P35, P60, P11D's etc as well as supporting finance with PSA reporting. HR Responsibilities will include working closely with L&D, HR Generalist and Finance teams to analysis requirements, create reports and dashboards and define metrics that can support decision-making processes.   Being the Payroll & HR Analyst lead, you will also be responsible for owning the implementation of new payroll and HRIS systems and effectively acting as the system super-user for both systems, training and supporting team members and ensuring best practice.So if you have experience working in a similar payroll or HR Analyst capacity and if you are able to manage the end-to-end payroll process alongside the payroll managed service vendor then this could be the career opportunity you have been looking for.  Strong Excel and payroll / HRIS system skills are also essential. Apply today by sending your CV to us ASAP to be considered.
Fashion/Retail Payroll Coordinator - London - London -
  • Payroll Specialist, Payroll Controller, Payroll Coordinator, Payroll Officer
  • £26,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
  • London
Payroll Coordinator - London - 30K - Fashion Retail Sector A new position has arisen for an experienced Payroll Coordinator who has a keen interest in fashion retail to join a leading international fashion retailer based in the West End. This is a position that will involve processing all aspects of a complex and demanding retail payroll from start to finish.   CIPP qualification (or a willingness to study for it) is essential.  So if you are seeking a Payroll Opportunity and if you have the "passion for fashion" that our client is looking for, this could be the opportunity for you. Send your CV to us ASAP to be considered.
Project Co-ordinator (HR/Talent) - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
HR Enablement Project Co-ordinator (Senior Associate - Level 2)THIS ROLE CAN BE BASED IN EITHER LONDON OR BRISTOLBackground:This position will provide the right candidate with a unique opportunity to enable culture change while supporting innovative Talent projects across EMEIA FSO. As part of Building a Better Working World, EY has aligned its Talent Strategy to new priorities and new culture change and engagement demands. If we are to achieve the ambition we have set ourselves for V2020, we will need people who are committed and motivated; we will need people prepared to 'go the extra mile', who are engaged. You will enable EY to make the world of work a better, more engaged, inclusive, flexible and ethical place for the benefit of all.The opportunityWork within the Talent function to:Support identification of, and shaping, cross Talent initiatives and projects aimed at continuously improving the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the Region Talent Team across processes, technology and operations, while strengthening the alignment of the Region to Area/Global.Support delivery of cross-functional projects which build organisational capability and changes ways of working within the business.Ownership of specific initiatives such as our EMEIA FSO Change Network and cross-Talent Knowledge Sharing.Your key responsibilitiesProject management:Provide effective project support and ensure project delivery on time/budget and to the required standardSupport the full project cycle throughout planning, mobilization, execution, monitoring, closingManage stakeholders to ensure they are engaged, informed and consulted as appropriate throughout the life cycle of the projectLead meetings and workshops for projects or initiatives as appropriateActively manage project risks and issues, recommend solutions to effectively overcome these and regularly report on projects status and progressDrive or support change and communication managementBuild and maintain capability in the teamProcess improvement:Identify continuous improvement opportunities across the talent team to work more effectively and efficiently within Region team and/or further leverage Talent Shared Services/GDS/RPAProduce and monitor HR operational dashboards (KPIs & metrics) to measure performance and uncover areas of improvementEngage with the required stakeholders (including the Business) to understand needs and opportunitiesWork with other delivery partners as required ie IT, Procurement, Legal and coordinate with Global HR Projects as required to ensure strategic alignment and avoid duplication of effortsSupport Merger & Acquisitions projects as required by the Business and/or support/align with Global HR Projects M&A TeamSupport organizational restructuring (including workforce reduction or restricting) within the RegionEMEIA FSO Change Network:Manage the EMEIA FSO Change Network (CN)Run meetings with steering group to gather initiatives for the next CN NewsletterDraft and signoff CN NewsletterHelp set up and run CN InitiativesMonitor attendanceCreate and provide presentations to keep stakeholders informedSuggest and implement plans to increase engagement in the CNCreatively come up with ways to engage and develop the networkKnowledge Sharing:Develop and implement plan for how to increase knowledge sharing in Talent, both internally within Talent and externally with the wider business and outside of EYProject manage this on an on-going basis through setting up activities such as Lunch and Learns and other knowledge sharing opportunitiesSkills and attributes for successGood project management skills, able to coordinate multiple projects/initiatives simultaneously and meet demanding time framesAbility to proactively identify continuous improvement opportunities, solve problems and drive to exceed expectationsGood communication skills and ability to work effectively with multiple stakeholders across the organisationTo qualify for the role you must haveProject management experience working on multiple projectsKnowledge of change management and ability to execute change acting as a change agent.Familiarity with the culture and practice of professional services environments across European jurisdictionsIdeally, you'll alsoBe a good negotiator, with sensitive and values-orientated approachBe cognisant of risk but not inhibited by itHave an ability to cope with complexity & ambiguity and work cross organisational and geographical boundariesWhat we look forWe need people who can develop strong networks with other parts of the business, other projects and other colleagues to share good practiceValues-based perspective will be vital to enable us transform our organisation and enable people and processes to work in flow rather than against each other.What working at EY offersWe 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, coaching and feedback 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.Join us in building a better working world.Apply now.
Human Resources Generalist - HR Generalist - IT - - London - Kite Human Capital Ltd
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £300 to £350 Per Day
  • London
Human Resources Generalist - HR Generalist - IT - Investment Banking - CIPD An HR Advisor who's spent the past 3 years' working in the Capital Markets industry is needed for my investment banking client! You'll work for one of the City's most prestigious trading venues, and will work in partnership with business leaders taking an active role in initiation, design and execution of integrated people solutions. You'll specifically be responsible for supporting the IT business area, consisting of 165 permanent and contractor staff. The successful candidate will have supported specifically IT departments of an investment bank/capital markets firm in all HR matters, including hiring, and will be CIPD qualified. Please apply ASAP for immediate feedback. Human Resources Generalist - HR Generalist - IT - Investment Banking - CIPD
French Speaking HR Assistant - London - London - Reply Limited
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
Previous experience in employment law or contracts admin from at least one of the following is mandatory: Belgium OR Luxembourg Great verbal and written communication skills in English, and fluency in French Flexible for frequent travel to Benelux & France regions as required A keen interest in providing HR advice to employees and managers alike Conscientious and detail-oriented Can-do attitude, flexible and a friendly approachable nature The ability to explain complex issues simply and clearly Able to work and stay calm under pressureRole - Issuing offer letters and contracts of employment to new hires and communicating with new starters prior to their joining Obtaining all required paperwork - work permits, passports, driving licences for new and existing employees Manage the pre-Employment Screening process with our provider, including references, using online reference checking system Act as Authorising Officer for company's Visa Sponsorship License. Responsible for ensuring all information is tracked and valid for all migrant workers, and keeping abreast of changes in legislation Managing six-week calls, probationary period paperwork and process Maintenance and management of HR information management system Identifying any trends in sickness absence and escalating where necessary and managing sickness absence process Managing maternity and paternity leave and pay General HR paperwork eg changes to terms, flexible working applications, salary and promotion letters, references for employees (mortgage applications) and external employee reference requests Processing leavers including calculating holiday allowance and all related paperwork Conducting some exit interviews First line support for employees, senior managers and key stakeholders on HR policies and procedures Supporting HR Manager in managing disciplinary, grievance, TUPE transfer and consultation meetings Owner of Staff Handbook and responsible for updating and improving it according to legislation and best practice Administration of all company benefits Payroll preparation including: starter, leavers, benefits information and employee changes Working alongside the Senior HR Officer to implement the roll out of government initiative of auto-enrolment Providing individual members of staff with information relating to pay and other benefits, pension scheme entitlements and Family Friendly policies
Retail HQ - HRIS Coordinator - London - London -
  • HR Generalist, HR Systems Analyst, HR Administrator, HR Advisor
  • £24,000 to £26,000 Per Annum
  • London
Retail HQ - HRIS Coordinator - London - £26,000A new and exciting role has arisen for an experienced HRIS Coordinator to join a leading international retailer based close to Kings Cross St. Pancras.The successful HRIS Coordinator will take responsibility for implementing and maintaining all human resource information management systems within the business. This will include taking responsibility for training and guiding management and colleagues on system requirements based on company resources and needs.So if you have experience in updating and maintaining employee databases and  organisational charts and if you are confident delivering training and technical support regarding HR Self-Service, Recruitment, Time and Attendance and other systems then this could be the HRIS Coordinator role you have been looking The successful HRIS Coordinator should be able to demonstrate previous experience of working in a generalist Human Resources role (ideally within retail) and have experience with HRIS systems In return, our client offers some fantastic benefits, a competitive salary and the opportunity to be part of a world-class HR function! Apply now by sending us your CV ASAP to be considered.
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