Group HR Business Partner

  • Standort:

    Denham, Buckinghamshire

  • Branche:

    Produktion & Engineering

  • Vertragsform:

    Festanstellung

  • Gehalt:

    £55000 - £60000 per annum + bonus, pension, life assurance

  • Kontakt:

    Emily Howley

  • Referenznummer:

    PR/205317_1642180921

  • Online:

    seit 6 Tagen

  • Ablaufdatum:

    2022-02-13

  • Start:

    ASAP

Group HR Business Partner - Denham - Manufacturing

Our Group HRBP will play a pivotal role to commercial and group functions (Finance, IT, HR), Design and Marketing.

Role responsibilities:
As a Group HRBP, you will lead the execution of strategic people initiatives working with teams, building partnerships with managers and key stakeholders to help build organisation and people capability, creating, shaping and implementing influential people strategies and activities within the business
Acting as a coach to business leaders and being comfortable asserting your opinion by sharing perspectives to drive the right outcomes for the business. Have an excellent understanding of the organisation, its strategy and customers, and the people challenges while demonstrating the value HR brings to the table. Providing proactive support to create the culture and people approach to enable the business strategy using data, practical HR solutions, metrics, and evidence to inform and drive decision making and change. Offering HR expertise to identify opportunities to improve employee life cycle, performance, productivity, and competitiveness; formulating, partnering, collaborating, gaining buy-in, and executing accordingly to create a Great Place to Work.

* Lead, guide, support and develop HR Operations team to deliver an exceptional level of service as an HR Business Partner
* Exhibit agility, flexibility and remain open-minded; listening and learning before jumping in to solve issues. Solutions must be grounded in an understanding of the needs of the employees and the needs of the business
* Support and coach line managers within designated client groups on all aspects of People Management, ensuring that high quality, appropriate advice is given, encouraging line managers to take ownership of their people issues, developing confidence in people management
* Ensure alignment and consistency of policies and practices. Ensure all employee relations issues are handled effectively and consistently with minimal risk to the business. Ensure all advice and guidance offered is compliant with employment legislation and company policies and procedures, with consideration of the commercial needs of the business
* Support business leaders to implement organisational change initiatives. Ensure that operational knowledge of the client group is considered at the decision-making stage, identifying people risks and mitigate these where appropriate to ensure the client group are equipped to meet the company strategies
* Support business leaders with communication plans for all strategic change and support the implementation of organisation design change initiatives. Assist line managers to build internal capacity for change management
* Design and maintain People & Talent plans for defined business areas in line with the sustainability strategy and people initiatives across employee engagement, organisational development, people and culture change, talent, and succession
* Ensure proper staffing and a detailed timeline to execute global HR programmes and processes per the agreed standard HR calendar, including performance management, talent review, pay review, broad banding, and seasonal programmes
* Lead and deliver the Annual Pay Review and Compliance review process utilising administrative support from the HR team where appropriate
* Identify any key HR issues and work with the Group HR Director as appropriate to help to influence the long-term people strategy
* Facilitate delivery of an ongoing performance management review, reinforcing the importance of continuous and honest feedback
* Report on key performance measures across the groups, analyse data and provide insight and recommendations
* Proactively support the delivery of HR Processes across the Group and provide valuable input and expertise to your groups in complex employment relations, policies and practices, and engagement
* Define SMART objectives of the HR operations function to develop and implement them in line with business plans and ensure they are flexible enough to cope with changes as and when they occur
* Design and maintain an organisation people plan to improve employee engagement performance by delivering the action plans with the business leads
* Recruit, train, lead, motivate, develop, and ensure that training and development needs are understood and met. Succession plans are in place, particularly for areas with limited subject matter expertise
* Proactively promote the HR operations to the business, building and maintaining stakeholder relationships at all levels and regularly reporting to internal customers the health of services delivered to them
* Effectively manage performance and day-to-day operations and proactively strive to understand customer feedback to identify opportunities for continuous improvement, translating this into clear plans for delivery, measurement and ongoing review and development
* Ensure that effective, auditable controls are in place for all processes and that SLAs are in place and monitored
* Undertake wider project work relating to HR and business change and be accountable for the successful delivery of them



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