City of London, London
Up to £50000.00 per annum
about 1 month ago
My Client is an International Fintech firm based in the heart of Central London with offices in the UK, US, Germany and Singapore. They are looking for a Senior HR Business Partner to help solve people challenges and provide a comprehensive and value adding HR service to the region.
This position is responsible for the EMEA Region in relation to all aspects of HR; Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Employee Relations, Compensation & Benefits Administration and HR Projects.
ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Partner with business managers to develop thoughtful, scalable people focused initiatives with a focus on talent acquisition, retention, and L&D.
- Coach business managers on employee relations matters including development, performance feedback, difficult conversations, and career pathing.
- Develop manager trainings with a focus on culture and career growth.
- Support the HR Director; driving HR Infrastructure changes that support Company growth and scalability, with a focus on automation and integration.
- Project managing various global HR initiatives ensuring that all are delivered on time and to plan.
- Develop best practice HR policies and procedures, overseeing their consistent implementation and application throughout the business and regularly evaluating their effectiveness.
- Overseeing and executing all aspects of the Employee Life Cycle; talent acquisition, retention, performance management, compensation, and rewards.
- Provide advice, support, information and guidance on Company policies & procedures, including disciplinary and grievance, performance management, talent acquisition, compensation and benefits and general employment law.
- Develop and manage KPI's such as time to hire, turnover, employee satisfaction.
- Manage day to day payroll activities and third-party payroll provider relationship.
- Coach and mentor Junior HR Advisor/Recruiter.
- Relevant degree in HR and broad experience in an HR advisory position. CIPD preferred.
- Knowledge of German, Singapore and Australian employment law, preferred but not essential.
- Must have extensive knowledge of UK employment law and practices.
- Extensive experience in policy writing and developing manager trainings.
- Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision.
- Experience in a fast paced, start-up environment is preferred but not essential.
- Excellent presentation and communication skills and the ability to build trust and credibility within the business.