Hudson are currently recruiting for a Regional HR Manager to join our clients well established HR team who provide the following services across their business with a 1600+ headcount HR, payroll and training.
The purpose of the Regional HR Manager role is to provide a broad Human Resources support service to their Business Area across the four main areas of resourcing, engagement, productivity and capability and to engage proactively with respective managers to support them in achieving their key business objectives.
This role will also require you to be responsible for ensuring the legal and statutory compliance of HR policies and driving towards best practice across the business for HR systems, policies and procedures.
Key Accountabilities :
Monitor absenteeism in conjunction with managers take action to ensure absence levels remain within company standards
Ensure that clear HR information and policies are accessible to all employees and managers
Support a change ready culture by anticipating barriers and obstacles to change and working to remove them
Take the lead in planning and implementing simple OD interventions and change programmes to assist managers in achieving their business goals
Deliver, coach and train managers, new starters and transitioning employees in the company induction programme
Train, support and coach managers in adopting effective exit processes (e.g. redundancy) emphasising legal parameters and the requirement to work within them and the stated values of the organisation
Support managers in preparing for honest, timely communications on a one to one or group basis and in holding sensitive conversations
Train and coach leaders and managers in the company performance management process and in overall reward. Build manager capability in the areas of establishing measurable objectives, taking appropriate reward decisions and communicating the elements of the reward package clearly and simply
Manage the roll out of regular employee engagement initiatives
Provide meaningful people related KPI's to managers
Promote a culture of continuous improvement within the department
Network with specialist colleagues internally and communities of practice externally to understand current trends an innovations in HR good practice
Qualifications, skills and experience
Graduate Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Comprehensive knowledge of employment law and wide ranging experience of case management
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both verbal and written
Proven experience of working within a unionised environment
Can demonstrate an orientation towards continuous improvement, particularly in HR process improvement
Demonstrates high levels of emotional intelligence and an ability to influence and persuade
Demonstrates excellent time management skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities
Has an ability to travel throughout the network as needed (may include overnight travel)
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