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HR Generalist

My International client, within the financial services sector, is looking for a HR Generalist to join their small HR team. You will be responsible for providing an efficient, effective and customer focused HR service supporting all aspects of an employee's relationship and engagement, providing first line advisory support and guidance to line managers on HR issues. You will also lead and manage HR projects and ad hoc HR operations requests.

Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

*Build effective working relationships with staff at all levels across all jurisdictions and provide advice to staff on a range of HR policies and HR related issues to support understanding and ensure effective communication of good HR practice
*Point of contact for managing all absences including maternity, paternity, parental leave, flexible working requests and sickness
*Track MI and identify areas for improvement monitoring market practice and statutory developments.
*Support Head of HR with all employee relations issues within the business area supporting and guiding managers to handle performance management, disciplinary and grievances.
*Support the HR Coordinator in managing staff probationary periods including liaising with managers and staff in a timely way to manage any performance issues that have arisen during the probationary period.
*Support managers with hiring and on boarding across all areas of the firm
*Review and incorporate feedback from business into recruitment processes to assist in recruiting 'best in class' talent in all roles
*Leading / supporting on ad hoc HR projects from time to time as agreed by Head of HR - current projects include GDPR, IR35, SMCR and D&I, culture and wellbeing, gender and pay gap reporting, HR and Payroll Audit.

Key Requirements

*Experience working within the financial services sector ideal as well as International exposure
*Proven ability to build effective relationships with employees of all levels.
*Strong organisational and planning skills; able to multi-task and work under pressure remaining professional and calm.
*Diplomacy and ability to remain discreet and confidential
*The ability to positively challenge and influence managers
*Professional and engaging manner.
*Understanding of payroll
*Accuracy and attention to detail
*Team player who is able to roll your sleeves up as and when required to support colleagues in meeting their commitments.
*CIPD Level 3 or 5will be a desired advantage
*Knowledge of SMCR, IR35, GDPR, Immigration procedures, use of Sage HR systems, will be an advantage.
Posted
01/11/2022
Location
South East London, United Kingdom, gb