What you need to know
We are currently seeking a HR Generalist for our client, a multinational company based in Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow.
This is a permanent, full-time position.
This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate, as they will get the opportunity to add value to a progressive HR team within the company. This person needs to have a strong vision for what success looks like in a dynamic environment.
Your new job
Key duties and responsibilities:
Assist employees on work related and personal matters as requested. Offer support or refer employees to the Employee Assistance Programme if necessary. Resolve grievances through informal or formal process.
Monitor policies as set out in the Employee Handbook and Employee Charter of Rights.
Assist and support managers on the interpretation of company policies and procedures.
Administer payroll changes and compensation and benefit plans (pension, income protection, death in service etc.) as required.
Support apprenticeship recruitment and training activities, including schools programme.
Participate and assist on any investigation where required.
Guide managers on progressive discipline policy and assist with written disciplinary action.
Assist with Performance Improvement Plans were required.
Responsible for the recruitment & selection process in line with the Global Recruitment Policy.
Organise new employee’s on-boarding, contracts, induction and exit interview practices.
Ensure probationary reviews are carried out for all employees.
Support the rollout of the Employee Opinion Survey.
Source, select, record and manage training requirements for employees.
Learning & Development: ensure performance management (appraisals) are conducted.
Respond immediately to issues raised with respect to EH&S or non-compliance issues.
Involved in Company Audits.
Management and preparation of employee travel itinerary.
Administration support to HR department.
What are we looking for?
BSc/BA in Human Resources Management.
Proven experience in a HR environment (3-5 years’ experience).
Understanding of human resources policies & procedures and good corporate governance.
Excellent MS Office and MS teams and ability to learn new software required.
Familiarity with TMS, SAP Success Factors, Peoplesoft and Workday an advantage.
Strong knowledge of employment / labour laws and current legislation.
Excellent leadership and supervisory skills.
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
Exceptional organisational, planning, problem-solving and analytical skills.
Effective interpersonal skills.
Ability to work on own initiative under minimum supervision.
English language fluency, both written and verbal.
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