BHID Group is the UK’s leading fitted furniture company with more than 30 years’ experience in creating bespoke luxury interiors. BHID Group comprises of three market leading brands: Neville Johnson, Tom Howley and The London Door Company.
We are seeking to recruit an Assistant Group HR Manager to support our HR department, ensuring a consistent approach is applied at all times.
The successful candidate must be CIPD qualified or have equivalent qualifications and professional experience, and be educated to Degree level or equivalent.
Main Aspects of the Role:
Issue employment packs, including offer letters and contracts and all other supporting documentation;
Deal with disciplinary and grievance matters, including advising management on all matters concerning relevant employment law to ensure we remain compliant with an emphasis on following ACAS Codes of Conduct;
Manage monthly payroll, and oversee that all weekly payroll is managed effectively to ensure accurate and on-time payments;
Setup new payroll Companies as required and ensure accurate on-time weekly and monthly payments;
Must work well with all departments, IT and Accounts will be instrumental relationships when working with systems and payroll processes;
Manage Gender Pay Gap analysis utilising Equator (HR System), publish annually to GOV.UK and Company website reporting to Finance Director;
Manage adhoc projects as required, including holiday pay and overtime analysis and the ongoing development of BOSS (internal system) to improve how HR work and manage their workload;
Manage General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and ensure BHID Group is compliant;
Provide training to management on Equator for managing holidays/absence. As the specialist ensure that we constantly find smarter ways to work including roll out of electronic payslips (80% take up) and password encryption;
Be a point of contact for all employees operating across multiple sites (factories and showrooms), including management, factory employees and all field-based personnel including showroom employees;
Recruitment of all new employed and self-employed personnel including HR induction and on-boarding, utilise JobTrain (Client Tracking Database) for managing recruitment and work with agencies as and when required;
Support HR team with daily workload including assisting with their development and reviews, ongoing training to ensure team are monthly and weekly compliant;
Manage employee expectations whilst adhering to company budgets; the successful candidate must be committed to supporting all departments and improving employee relations.
IT literate and systems orientated; it is essential that the successful candidate must be able to effectively manage all systems to automate processes and manage long term projects as this is a key aspect of the role;
A high level of confidentiality, ensuring personal data is protected at all times;
Previous experience of managing a team (ideally in a manufacturing background) and meeting key deadlines, including working with various payroll and HR systems;
Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to deal with people at all levels of the business;
Strong written and verbal skills;
Good administrative skills with the ability to work autonomously and take the initiative;
Ability to prioritise workload and work accurately with good attention to detail, ensuring employee enquiries are handled effectively and in a timely manner and all documentation is up to date;
Flexibility, a willingness to learn and open to change with a can-do attitude;
Tact and diplomacy;
Support HR Manager and deputise as and when required.