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HR Business Partner

  • Job Location: Newbury
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £40,000 p/a - £50,000 p/a
  • Posted on: 19th Dec 2019
  • Job Reference: JO0000019994
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Ashley Kate HR & Finance are pleased to be partnering with a growing business in the Home Counties on a Regional HR Business Partner role (Southerly region). This is a unique opportunity to join a medium sized organisation with ambitious growth plans - merger and acquisition being the primary focus to support growth. Frequent travel will be required to fulfil the requirements of the role.

You must be a proven HR generalist who recognises the value of operating as a true business partner, you will have experience of collaborating up to and including senior leaders. With sound knowledge/experience in employment law and being commercially savvy you will be expected to provide solutions to business challenges as the organisation continues to grow. Besides supporting on the day-to-day operations you will also be expected to collaborate with peers and key stakeholders to deliver on local and global projects - implementing and communicating to achieve the desired milestones and objectives.

HR Business Partner – About the role

You will be a member of the UK wide HR team and you will work with colleagues to ensure a consistent approach to HR, whilst driving best practice
You will need to have demonstrable experience around Mergers and Acquisitions
You will be hands-on with TUPE processes, conducting initial meetings with employees joining the business and supporting local line managers as they on board
Manage employee relations including disciplinaries, grievances, absence, retirement and redundancy
Own the management of the internal HR system or similar and ensure that users can use the system
Keep informed of all legislative changes, determine impact on the organisation and implement as required
Support the recruitment process – this may include supporting staff members in writing job descriptions and preparing interview questions and application forms etc.
Taking ownership of internal communications – ensuring that they are embedded into staff practice and understanding

For more details about this role, please contact Rachel Rowe or Jacqui Wall