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HR Assistant

Staff Assist UK are recruiting for a HR Assistant on a full timepermanentcontract in Dagenham. The ideal candidate should be a HR professional with 2-5 years experience, on a level of a HR Generalist with a minimum of Level 3 CIPD

The opportunitywould be a great step forward within HR for a driven candidate that is looking to take the next step into a stand-alone position. You will be provided with full support from the UK and Ireland HR director as well as senior managers from within the business.




Job Description HR Generalist

  • Tosupport the Group HR Manager, you will be doing the following:
  • Assist company managers with new staff recruitment
  • Responsible for the pre-boarding & on-boarding process and ensuring it runs as smooth as possible.
  • Coordinate the induction process and paperwork for all new staff.
  • Schedule one-month catch ups & probation reviews with new staff.
  • Responsible for off-boarding staff & conducting staff exit interviews and analysing findings.
  • Digitalise employee files and maintain employee files to ensure accuracy and compliance with the employment law.
  • Collate all relevant documentation for each employee (starter forms, induction records, training records etc), create a digital and save in a relevant file.
  • Management of leave entitlements (i.e., sick, holidays, maternity) and monitoring absences in accordance with internal policies.
  • Advise managers on disciplinary, absence, grievance, probation, capability and performance matters. Carry out/assist with relevant meetings.
  • Support on annual appraisals/performance management.
  • Work closely with the operations team to maintain and continuously improve internal training processes - SOP procedures, upskilling employees and refresher training.
HR Skills, experience and qualifications required:
  • Familiar with GDPR compliance.
  • Ability to prioritise tasks and a pro-active, solutions orientated approach to work.
  • Familiar with UK Employment Law with a good working knowledge of HR practices and procedures.
  • A supportive and collaborative team member with strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Methodical and organised in your approach to work with high attention to detail and a professional, calm manner.
  • Excellent administrative and IT skills (MS Word, Excel, Outlook).
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Previous experience of process improvement in a HR environment would be highly advantageous
  • Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality and discretion in handling sensitive information

This position is available and to start asap, for further questions on this HR position: call Staff Assist UK and ask for Franco Aiello