Your new company
Our client is a commercial organisation based between Woking and Weybridge.
Your new role
To be responsible for managing the Human Resources function within the Company, ensuring staff welfare, ER issues, recruitment, training and development are carried out effectively and records kept. To also direct the Human Resources Department so that it performs efficiently and effectively maintaining the Company Policies & Procedures and ensuring they are adhered to throughout.
This role will build relationships with higher management and unit management teams
Manage the recruitment & selection process, assist the Managers at every stage
Main contact for Disciplinary hearings, be it to give guidance or chair these meetings and deal with the outcomes, working with the investigation team ensuring compliance with Employment Law and prevention of tribunal cases.
Dealing with the TUPE, Disciplinary, Grievance, complaint and Performance Management processes.
Coach Managers with ER queries and performance management issues
Re-writing or creating policy documents as required due to compliance or updates
Encourage the team to be open & honest at all levels - being able to voice ideas on how the department can become more efficient in all areas.
- Implementation of new HR & Payroll system
- Gender Pay Gap
- Training and Succession Plans
- Sickness Management/Mental Health Awareness, Long Term Sick
- Social Impact
- Probationary period
- Minimum Wage & Living Wage updates
- HR & Payroll System
- Recruitment evaluation and development
To handle all matters discreetly and efficiently ensuring confidentiality as appropriate
Implement new training modules as and were required
Functional links with: HR Co-ordinator, HR & ER Advisor, Payroll, Regional Business Manager, Regional Directors, and Managing Director. This role reports directly to the Finance Director. There are 750 employees in this business.
Ideally previous people management experience or the will to manage
Strong organisational skills
CIPD Level 3 minimum
Good Word and Excel skills
Ability to work under pressure and adapt to different situations
Great Team work
Base salary of £40,000 - £45,000
Working Hours: 8.30am-5.00pm (Mon-Fri) some flexibility on start/finish times
25 days + Bank Holidays
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