HR Advisor

Kane HR
30000.00 - 36000.00 GBP Annual
26 Oct 2021
19 Nov 2021
Human Resources
Contract Type
Full Time

KaneHR is a rapidly growing HR consultancy, providing outsourced HR support to a range of fantastic clients across various industry sectors. This is a great opportunity to join our friendly and highly professional team, based in Fleet. We are experts in what we do and will support and develop the successful applicant who we hope will grow with our business and take on more senior roles in the future.

This role is for an HR Advisor who will be comfortable and enjoy advising clients on a one-to-one basis, with support from a more senior member of the team where necessary. The successful candidate will be fully or partly CIPD qualified with an HR generalist background, coupled with knowledge of preparing HR related documentation, compiling employee handbooks, updating policy and procedures and advising on basic HR related issues.

The varied nature of consulting requires an individual who has a good understanding of servicing stakeholders to a high level, coupled with a strong ability to adapt their approach and application of HR advice across a variety of business industries.

As a business focused on growth, we are looking for an individual who can demonstrate a commercialised approach whilst able to work with confidence and efficiency with a meticulous attention to detail.

The HR Advisor will work closely with senior members of the team on more complex issues and will play a key role in continuing to build and improve our service offerings.

What we will expect from you:

To provide generalist HR support to our internal team as well as a varied client base. This will include first level advice to managers and employees on a variety of HR issues (such as contracts of employment, disciplinary, grievance, termination, performance management, maternity and sickness absence) as well as providing an administration service.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Record and manage client employee data to ensure managers are aware of probationary period expiry dates, maternity leave dates, levels of employee sickness absence, visa expiry dates, DBS and driving licence checks and additional right to work checks as required.
  • Maintain client employee files and data; provide appropriate management information to clients for starters, leavers and turnover levels etc.
  • Update and maintain payroll files for clients and support with payroll administration.
  • Prepare client contracts of employment, offer letters, and draft other correspondence (for example; acknowledgement of resignation letters, disciplinary and grievance invite and outcome letters, sickness absence and AWOL letters, and change to terms letters) and other general correspondence, as required.
  • Prepare and update HR documents (for example; forms, interview questions, checklists) following changes in employment legislation or client requirements.
  • Review, maintain and update new and existing policies and handbooks in line with client requirements and legislative changes. Responsible for communicating these changes to clients and the rest of the team.
  • Act as first line of support for dealing with and responding to client queries (for example employment law, maternity, paternity, grievances, disciplinaries and performance management). Referring to the senior members of the team where appropriate.
  • Carry out immigration and reference checks for clients as required.
  • Provide advice on disciplinary, grievance and redundancy meetings, attending client sites and taking notes as required.
  • Proactively build and maintain and positive relationships with existing and potential clients and external networks.
  • Draft and continually review written documentation for clients, making recommendations for improvements. This will include absence related documents, probationary period review letters, outcome of disciplinary and grievance letters, restructure documentation etc.
  • Supporting the wider team to carry out ad hoc projects for clients including benchmarking exercises, performance management system development, staff communications, compliance research; training programmes and other ad hoc work as required.

What we are looking for:

  • Confidence and presence to liaise with all levels of management.
  • Strong commercial acumen.
  • Competence in preparing and writing HR documentation including contracts of employment and letters.
  • Excellent organisational skills with the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.

What to expect in return:

  • Competitive salary
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Tailored development program
  • Opportunity to work alongside a team of passionate HR professionals in a rapidly growing and diverse business

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