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HR Manager - London - Annapurna HR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £60,000 to £65,000 Per Annum
  • London
Annapurna is working with a global consulting firm to source a strong HR Manager based in their London office. Alongside the rest of the HR function, you'll work across all practice areas for the EMEA region and will be an integral addition to the way the firm services its internal clients. You'll cover such activities as recruitment, on boarding, training and development, employee relations and HR systems.ResponsibilitiesRecruitment and on boarding - work with talent acquisition team to support talent planning; assist with graduate recruitment, intern programs and senior hires; and on-board new startersPerformance and talent management - oversee and support the performance management process; advise on career development; and support managers with performance feedbackEmployee relations - become a trusted advisor to employees at all levels in line with company policies and relevant legislationCompensation review - manage the annual compensation processLeadership and management - direct management of an HR Advisor; and build overall team capabilityExperienceExperience leading strategic HR initiativesAt least 1-year experience managing a team of AdvisorsExperience working across EMEA regionComfortable working in a partnership or executive committee structureExperience in a professional services environmentIf this role is of interest or you'd like to know more, please apply or contact Stasio at Annapurna HR on (see below)
HR Manager - Perm - London - £40,000 - London - Trilogy International
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £40,000 Per Annum
  • London
Trilogy International are currently working with a successful, dynamic luxury residence management client who specialise in management and consultancy services to many of Londons top residential developers, as such we are currently assisting in a search for an experienced HR manager to grow and develop the HR function. This role is stand alone but will have admin and line manager support. Human Resources Manager Responsibilities As a stand alone role Day to day duties will include: Managing the end to end recruitment process Supporting the onboarding of all new starters including induction and their initial training and development of Ensuring employment law in adhered to by line managers, policies and procedures Managing a variety of Employee Relations cases Generalist HR responsibilities - benefits, pension and pay review processes Human Resources Manager Experience To be a successful Human Resource Manager, you will Be an experienced generalist HR professional Educated to degree level or completed a CIPD qualification Have strong knowledge of employment law and be practiced in applying this to the workplace Be a confident, open minded communicator Be able to act with discretion and confidentiality Sound interesting? Then we want to hear from you!
HR Data Protection Adviser - 12 Month FTC - London - Annapurna HR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £25,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
  • London
HR Data Protection Adviser, 12 Month FTC - London - £27,000 - £31,000 Annapurna HR are currently recruiting for one of the UK's largest charities who are looking for a HR Data Protection Adviser. This is a new role sitting within their fantastic HR department who are preparing themselves for GDPR, and seeking a highly able professional to aid this readiness.A main responsibility of this role will be to improve their information handling, aligning these practises with policies, procedures and data protection legislation. Undertaking research on this data protection, and providing advice on compliance and guidance for HR across the organisation.Key skills required: Strong knowledge of Data ProtectionExperience in compliance.Extensive knowledge on GDPRPerforming a Compliance and Data protection role previously is desirable.This is a fantastic opportunity for a candidate who is passionate about GDPR and wants to use their skills to aid this organisation's compliance with upcoming GDPR laws. Working in a driven and friendly team undergoing exciting change to centralise and drive their HR forwards, this role will play an integral part in the HR Data of this organisation.If you are interested in this role, then please apply by contacting Joe Bridger.HR Data Protection Adviser, 12 Month FTC - London - £27,000 - £31,000
HR Business Partner - London - McGregor Boyall
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £65,000 to £70,000 Per Annum
  • London
Seeking a highly numerate and analytical HR Business Partner to join a small financial services organisation as the number 2 to the Head of HR. Our client is undergoing a massive growth trajectory over the course of 2018 and requires an experienced HR Business Partner who can engage with key stakeholders to further the ambition of the company.Key responsibilitiesSupporting the 100 strong business on all people requirementsManagement of an HR AdvisorInterpreting the business strategy into clear deliverables from a people strategy perspective, interfacing with the business functions to drive out the HR initiatives.You will ensure they are engaged appropriately to deliver the appropriate support in all areas including talent acquisition, succession planning and learning and development.Take ownership of talent acquisition ensuring the database managing the hiring tracker through excel and be highly adept at utilising this toolManage the provision of the quarterly reports for board level presentations, ensuring data is accurate and interpreted correctlyBe responsible for the hiring tracker and pivot tablesThe Ideal CandidateEducated to degree level or equivalent with proven experience of operating as an HR Business Partner within the financial services sectorBe a highly numerate with a strong natural flair for analyticsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent stakeholder engagementExpert knowledge of ExcelMcGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability.
Payroll Migration Lead - London - ECR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £40,000 to £70,000 Per Annum
  • London
Job Summary This role will be responsible for capturing & analysing Payroll requirements globally as well as input into the design of integrations or feeds to payroll vendors that may differ across global locations. This position will hold responsibility for all payroll-related requirements within the current HRIS migration project including data feeds to payroll vendors, reporting requirements, design, testing and support of in-house payroll teams. Key Responsibilities Conduct analysis on all process areas (HCM, absence, compensation, benefits etc.) to identify when, how and what information is passed to Payroll systems and how this is processed thereafter. Input into Fit-Gap activities undertaken by Process Team to deliver required results. Input into technical specification documents detailing activities affecting Payroll processes and solutions undertaken within the HR Delivery Project. Work alongside Change Leads to capture scope, level and complexity of change. Identify all data requirements, building these requirements into the project deliverables, identifying where workarounds may be required and delivering solutions. Undertake payroll related data mapping activities to ensure the accurate passing of information between systems. Work alongside integrations specialists, advising on payroll requirements to make sure that all data required is passed in the correct manner and format. Ensure end-to-end testing of all project areas captures payroll information delivered from relevant systems. Input into reporting considerations, making certain that the Payroll function can access all requirements at all times and also produce information within and outside of the HRIS system (P11D, P45, Payslips etc.). Alongside the relevant HRIS Analysts, research and assess changes to existing functionality and any new functionality arising from the bi-annual Workday release cycle that may impact Payroll processes. Create functional process guides, training materials and user guides for end users as a result of the aligned payroll model Skills and Experience Ideally, Payroll processing experience in a Global Financial Services organisation Ideally HR Systems experience (Oracle or Workday) or an understanding of HR Systems & processes Experience of migrating multi-country payroll services to a new platform as part of a Project team Experience in the design of, or an understanding of the logic of Integration/Payroll files Ability to identify process efficiencies and conduct fit-gap analysis. Experience in the continuous improvement of payroll processes for a global organisation. Ability to build and maintain good stakeholder relationships. Clear communication, particularly when explaining complex technical principles to non-technical audiences. Ability to learn technology quickly through instruction and self-training. Experience in UAT and regression system testing is an advantage. Ability to work effectively under pressure with multiple deliverables, some larger with longer timelines and others requiring immediate attention and completion.
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