A Fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced HR Adviser to join a fast paced expanding business based in Kings Hill. You will be responsible for handling employee relations and supporting the HR Team with disciplinaries, grievances, welfare meetings and advising managers on the companies' policies and procedures plus ad-hoc HR duties.
Duties including the following:
Providing HR advice and support to management and employees
Preparing casework for probationary reviews, disciplinaries and grievances including transcribing calls.
Note-taking for investigations, probation reviews, disciplinaries and grievances
Chairing and decision maker for all types of probationary reviews, disciplinaries and grievances
Administrating all letters and documentation relating to probationary reviews, disciplinaries and grievances
Assisting with change management
Administrating, reviewing and actioning the absence management policy
Conducting or note taking for welfare meetings
Writing to general practitioners to gain insight into employee's welfare
Conducting maternity and paternity meetings and administering relevant documentation
To support the recruitment and onboarding of all new employees
To support the HR Adviser with ad-hoc administrational duties
In order to be successful in this HR Adviser role you will need:
To be empathetic and understanding with the business needs at the heart of what you do
Excellent verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
Experienced in the recruitment and onboarding of new employees
Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritise workload
The ability to work under pressure and within tight deadlines
To be proficient in the Microsoft Package
Experience in payroll desirable
The HR team that you will be joining is professional, friendly and dynamic. They are highly respected and this HR Adviser role will offer you great exposure.
If you are interested in the above HR Adviser role, please contact Chantelle or apply online.
Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of a person's gender, marital status, race, religion, colour, age, disability or sexual orientation. Every candidate will be assessed only in accordance with their merits, qualifications and ability to perform the duties of the job.