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HR Advisor


The Curve Group
Salary band: Any
Location: UK, West Midlands, West Midlands (County), Birmingham
Job type: Permanent
Business sector: Both
Contact: Simply Recruitment Partner
Category: Change Management Jobs
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HR ADVISOR - Birmingham Overview: JLT is an international Group of Risk Specialists and Employee Benefits Consultants and one of the largest companies of its type in the world. Employing over 9000 people in 36 countries we provide our employees with a distinctive opportunity to be part of a business which is large enough to be a significant force in the marketplace but small enough to focus on the individual. JLT Specialty is the largest single operating business of JLT, with 1400 colleagues and revenue stream in excess of 300m. Predominantly based in London we provide insurance broking and risk advisory services in defined industry and risk sectors and in many of these we are one of the strongest brokers in the market. Job Summary: This role will provide full operational support to ensure delivery of HR advice, processes and tools for the UK Retail and Trading business units within the JLT Specialty business. These business units are primarily based in Birmingham, but also have staff based in London, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham, Reading and Maidenhead. The role holder will be expected to travel to London approximately two times per month to sit with the rest of the Specialty HR team, and to visit the other regional offices outside Birmingham as required throughout the year. The role holder will be expected to undertake all "business as usual" activity and be able to operate in both a stand-alone capacity in respect of the business units supported whilst acting as a member of both the JLT Specialty HR team and the broader JLT HR community. Administrative support is available through two HR Administrators and the JLT HR administration team based in Mumbai. The role will be given distinct ownership and responsibility for the UK Retail and Trading business units and must be able to develop relationships and influence stakeholders particularly with regard to the areas below, with oversight and support from the Lead HR Business Partner: All Employee relations issues;Performance management;Resourcing and recruitment;Reward management;Induction;Change management;Regulatory compliance;Talent Management and Succession Planning; andLearning and development. The role will suit a commercially minded HR professional who is competent and comfortable to deal with all areas of the employee life cycle with limited guidance, and is experienced at proactively managing ER cases on both an informal and formal basis. It is key to be able to demonstrate an energetic approach and a track record of building honest and credible relationships with stakeholders. Main Responsibilities & Accountabilities: Provide proactive guidance and coaching to line managers on all Employee Relations matters and ensure that all such matters are concluded appropriately;Take ownership for the recruitment process for all starters through to induction. This includes the construction and critical review of bespoke contractual arrangements, and supporting the business with both direct hiring and recruitment through agencies;Lead on the appraisal and objective setting cycle process from training and coaching in performance management principles to using the system, following up on completion rates and reporting;Take ownership and accountability of the relationship with the Finance and Operations teams ensuring that all variances and cost impacts are managed and communicated in a robust mannerSupport the business in managing the reward cycle (salary and bonus reviews) to ensure proposals are submitted by the business on a timely basis and have been well thought through and are appropriate;Manage the Talent Identification and Succession Planning Exercise for your relevant business areas;Support all relevant restructuring programmes with confidence and the ability to embed change, advising senior stakeholders of all associated risks and supporting them through to finality;Working with the HR Administrators, monitor the HR information system to ensure accuracy of data (cost centres, job codes, job levels) and appropriate management of employment costs within the business and ensure correct and appropriate use of HR-online transactions e.g. joiners, leavers, promotions, job changes, payroll and personnel admin processing etc.Support the achievement of mandatory training, through ensuring course attendance and adopting a partnership approach with line and training departments to ensure regulatory requirements are met (Training & Competence);Involvement in ad hoc HR development projects - such as projects with the Worklife team, audit and quality checks, proposals to enhance current services. Experience & Education Requirements Bachelor's honours degree or higherProfessional HR qualification e.g. CIPD desirable Knowledge A solid understanding and experience of core HR Employee Relations processes (to include disciplinary, grievance, redundancy), with the ability to take a commercial perspective.Strong UK employment law knowledgeSolid HR generalist experience in a commercial environment
HR ADVISOR - Birmingham Overview: JLT is an international Group of Risk Specialists and Employee Benefits Consultants and one of the largest companies of its type in the world. Employing over 9000 people in 36 countries we provide our employees with a distinctive opportunity to be part of a business which is large enough to be a significant force in the marketplace but small enough to focus on the individual. JLT Specialty is the largest single operating business of JLT, with 1400 colleagues and revenue stream in excess of 300m. Predominantly based in London we provide insurance broking and risk advisory services in defined industry and risk sectors and in many of these we are one of the strongest brokers in the market. Job Summary: This role will provide full operational support to ensure delivery of HR advice, processes and tools for the UK Retail and Trading business units within the JLT Specialty business. These business units are primarily based in Birmingham, but also have staff based in London, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham, Reading and Maidenhead. The role holder will be expected to travel to London approximately two times per month to sit with the rest of the Specialty HR team, and to visit the other regional offices outside Birmingham as required throughout the year. The role holder will be expected to undertake all "business as usual" activity and be able to operate in both a stand-alone capacity in respect of the business units supported whilst acting as a member of both the JLT Specialty HR team and the broader JLT HR community. Administrative support is available through two HR Administrators and the JLT HR administration team based in Mumbai. The role will be given distinct ownership and responsibility for the UK Retail and Trading business units and must be able to develop relationships and influence stakeholders particularly with regard to the areas below, with oversight and support from the Lead HR Business Partner: All Employee relations issues;Performance management;Resourcing and recruitment;Reward management;Induction;Change management;Regulatory compliance;Talent Management and Succession Planning; andLearning and development. The role will suit a commercially minded HR professional who is competent and comfortable to deal with all areas of the employee life cycle with limited guidance, and is experienced at proactively managing ER cases on both an informal and formal basis. It is key to be able to demonstrate an energetic approach and a track record of building honest and credible relationships with stakeholders. Main Responsibilities & Accountabilities: Provide proactive guidance and coaching to line managers on all Employee Relations matters and ensure that all such matters are concluded appropriately;Take ownership for the recruitment process for all starters through to induction. This includes the construction and critical review of bespoke contractual arrangements, and supporting the business with both direct hiring and recruitment through agencies;Lead on the appraisal and objective setting cycle process from training and coaching in performance management principles to using the system, following up on completion rates and reporting;Take ownership and accountability of the relationship with the Finance and Operations teams ensuring that all variances and cost impacts are managed and communicated in a robust mannerSupport the business in managing the reward cycle (salary and bonus reviews) to ensure proposals are submitted by the business on a timely basis and have been well thought through and are appropriate;Manage the Talent Identification and Succession Planning Exercise for your relevant business areas;Support all relevant restructuring programmes with confidence and the ability to embed change, advising senior stakeholders of all associated risks and supporting them through to finality;Working with the HR Administrators, monitor the HR information system to ensure accuracy of data (cost centres, job codes, job levels) and appropriate management of employment costs within the business and ensure correct and appropriate use of HR-online transactions e.g. joiners, leavers, promotions, job changes, payroll and personnel admin processing etc.Support the achievement of mandatory training, through ensuring course attendance and adopting a partnership approach with line and training departments to ensure regulatory requirements are met (Training & Competence);Involvement in ad hoc HR development projects - such as projects with the Worklife team, audit and quality checks, proposals to enhance current services. Experience & Education Requirements Bachelor's honours degree or higherProfessional HR qualification e.g. CIPD desirable Knowledge A solid understanding and experience of core HR Employee Relations processes (to include disciplinary, grievance, redundancy), with the ability to take a commercial perspective.Strong UK employment law knowledgeSolid HR generalist experience in a commercial environment

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