HR Advisor (6 month Fixed Term Contract, Part time - Reigate)

The Role Manage and oversee multiple HR operational processes including: Advise managers and colleagues on parenting policies and best practice, conducting materni-ty/parenting meetings and supporting the return to work transition. Conduct exit interviews where required and work closely with HR Partners and managers to identi-fy and correct high-turnover situations as required. Work with the HR Partners and the HR service delivery team to support exit processes as needed, including managing urgent leaver cases. Assist managers and colleagues in answering compensation, benefits and HR policy related que-ries. Work with the HR Partners and the global mobility COE to support internal movement of col-leagues, including transfers/relocations. Work with the HR Partners, Benefits COE and Payroll to support the management of long term sickness cases and other health and wellbeing activities (e.g. occupational health referrals). Support the annual performance review, salary, bonus and promotion procedures for the LOBs. Contribute to the continuous improvement of HR policies and procedures. Providing support to the HR Partners on a range of ER activities including: Assist HR Partners in addressing performance issues and working with manages to ensure effec-tive management of probation reviews. Where necessary work with managers to outline appropri-ate counselling, disciplinary steps and possible outcomes. Ensure appropriate actions are taken in cases of involuntary termination. Provide guidance to associates and managers and support to the HR Partner in facilitating the resolution of internal issues and conflicts. Provide advice to managers and colleagues on the full range of work/life balance issues and flex-ible work arrangements. Management of sickness absence processes and casework. Support the HR Partners to determine and action future organisational structures including assist-ing with managing change and uncertainty. Work under the guidance of the HR Partner to meet any synergy saving targets identified through restructuring as required. Ensure consistent and effective application of HR policy, processes and programmes across the LOBs. Provide strategic analysis to support the HR Partners and the business including: Reporting and analysis in relation to headcount, attrition, Inclusion and Diversity, absence man-agement and overtime. Provide analysis on all aspects of the performance management process and core curriculum. Help to collect information for the Compensation and Benefits teams to provide data and advice relating to the competitiveness of the Total Reward offering – salary range development, market benchmarking etc. Produce HR reports and data analysis for HR Partners and business stakeholders that drive busi-ness performance, manage employment costs and workforce planning requirements. Data integrity checks and reviews as required. Supporting the HR Partners and COEs in developing and facilitating LOB specific training initiatives including: Support in the roll-out of COE programmes and communications to include training for managers and colleagues. Advise and coach managers on the performance review process including training of new manag-ers and new hires. Identify and promote appropriate training (re)sources – including links to core curriculum, con-ducting training where appropriate. Support the HR Partners in the identification and development of high potential colleagues. Support the HR Partners in promoting inclusive and diverse behaviours across the organisation. The Requirements CIPD or studying towards this or an equivalent qualification Strong analytical and MS Excel skills Previous experience as an HR professional working ideally within a professional or financial ser-vices organisation, supporting part of a business. Proven ability to provide HR advice and guidance on a wide range of issues and with some expe-rience of disciplinary, grievance, long term absence and performance management. Ability to partner and build strong working relationships with managers. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to interact with colleagues at all levels. Strong organisational skills and ability to manage competing and rapidly changing priorities. Ability to work independently and operate well in a team. Experience of working with COEs and Shared Services would be an advantage Equal Opportunity Employer This employer is a corporate member of myGwork, the business community for LGBTQ+ professionals, graduates, inclusive employers & anyone who believes in workplace equality.