The HR manager can expect their role to be hands-on and will be required to assist with the management of the overall HR operations and the delivery of strategic objectives.
1. Manage complex employee relations casework including dispute resolution, disciplinaries, grievances, absence, retirement and redundancy.
2. Advise managers on the terms and conditions of employment and share best practice with them.
3. Develop HR policy and procedures to drive performance and mitigate disputes.
4. Implement learning and development policy.
5. Provide first line advice on current and existing benefits for employees and managers.
6. Administer payroll and payroll records and inform accounts department of any changes.
7. Work with appropriate parties on reward strategy.
8. Provide advice on recruitment and selection strategies.
9. Support the recruitment process, including writing job descriptions and preparing interview questions.
10.Carry out new starter inductions.
11. Manage talent and succession planning.
12.Drive alignment between HR strategy and business goals.
13.Continuously monitor and review HR policies and processes and implement changes where necessary.
14.Participate in the implementation of specific projects, procedures and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the organisation.
15.Support change management processes.