HR Manager

  • Sector: LMA UK Business Support
  • Contact: Olivia Heffer
  • Client: LMA
  • Location: City of London
  • Salary: £55000 - £60000 per annum
  • Expiry Date: 13 April 2023
  • Job Ref: BBBH414582_1678966860
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A leading, global design studio are looking to a hire a HR Manger to join their team in the City.
The HR Manager will serve as a trusted advisor with overall generalist role with responsibility of managing a HR Assistant. Core responsibilities will include management of the whole employee life cycle, employee relations, compensation, benefits, training and development, organisational development, employee recognition and engagement and maintaining and improving HR systems. This position will report directly to the Operations Director, working closely with the Leadership Team to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy.

What you will be doing?
* Manage the HR team.
* Use data and analysis to identify staff satisfaction and work closely with leadership to develop strategies to handle key areas of concern.
* Attend regular management meetings to represent the HR department, submit report and take on the HR actions.
* Support change management processes.
* Manage complex employee relations casework including dispute resolutions, disciplinarians, grievances, absence, retirement, redundancies, and settlements.
* Maintaining an approachable HR culture where people feel secure and can speak openly in confidence about any matters; big or small. Knowing that the HR team will pro-actively advise accurately and provide sound advice.
* Enact and promote Diversity Policies in promotion retention and recruitment

Talent Recruitment:
* Liaise with Operations to address recruitment needs.
* Generate Job descriptions.
* Advise on recruitment strategies.
* Place advertisements, notices and speak to recruiters, colleges etc.
* Co-ordinate interview process.
* Co-ordinate relationships with colleges
* Manage the legal requirements for recruitment with respect to right to work, equality, visas etc.

Talent Retention and Development:
* Review Training requirements and assist in developing and monitoring training plans.
* Maintain Skills Matrix
* Manage the induction process
* Manage professional subscription records.
* Manage promotion process
* Implement Leadership training.
* Maintain policy and programme for work experience students, internships & apprenticeships.

Salary and Benefits:
* Manage UK and Ireland benefits programme.
* Advise on current standards and benchmark pay and benefits
* Assist with compensation strategy and reward plans including bonus.
Manage communication to the studio in regard to annual bonus and salary rounds.
* Carry out pay equity analysis and advise accordingly.

Policies & Procedures:
* Ensuring all company HR policies and procedures are up to date and in line with organisational goals and labour law (UK and Ireland).
* Advise managers on the terms and conditions of employment and best practice.
* Review, analyse and implement new policies and procedures in line with UK and Irish Regulations.
* Manage Visa application process for new recruits where necessary.