HR Generalist

Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Jasmine Haqueen

Contact email:
Job ref: 33541
Published: 9 months ago


  • In charge of providing the full spectrum of human resource services in your area as an HR Generalist. 
  • Pro-actively contribute to the delivery of overall business goals. 

Job Description : 

  • To serve as the initial point of contact for guidance and problem-solving in the following areas of employee relations: disciplinary, grievance, performance, and absence management, as well as, if necessary, mentoring and coaching managers.
  • If necessary, escalate any employee relations issues to the HR Business Partner.
  • Promote performance management and staff development programmes
  • To counsel, direct, and assist managers with all HR issues
  • Successful case management for challenges involving individuals.
  • Leading the division's probation process, including mid-probation
  • Leading the division's employee check-ins
  • Working with the resourcing team to lead the division's on-boarding process
  • Creating productive connections within the division
  • Monitoring the atmosphere of employee relations and, when necessary, elevating trends or concerns to the HR Business Partner.
  • Oversee and direct processes for employee engagement, such as the performance cycle, new hire surveys, stay interviews, exit questionnaires, and interviews, and provide recommendations to the HR Business Partner.
  • Gather and provide people data reports
  • Write and present information briefings on a range of HR topics
  • Support the wider HR team to deliver HR projects
  • Actively participate and contribute to the HR Generalist network, globally within the group.

Minimum Competencies

  • A certified HR Qualification applicable to your region
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Expert in Employment Law in your region.
  • Competent IT skills
  • Good knowledge of employment law and regulations
  • Compensation and Benefits Management experience
  • Knowledge of ER procedures and processes such as employment tribunals, disability, diversity and equal opportunities
  • Ability to create and analyse people data
  • Sound problem solving and judgement skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • High volume multi-site experience – both site and remotely based experience
  • Experience of employment law within other countries is desirable, but not essential