Human Resources Manager
Warner Bros. Entertainment GroupLondon, UK
Full Time Job
What part will you play?
Working closely with the Director, Human Resources, the Human Resources Manager is responsible for building trusted relationships with their client group and providing guidance and support to stakeholders and managers within our diverse business areas. Responsibilities include:
• Coaching and providing commercially-focused guidance and advice to line managers on employee and organisational related matters, like re-organisations, change management, compensation reviews, employee development, culture and engagement, performance management, disciplinaries, grievances etc.
• Leads or supports the design and implementation of local and global initiatives and projects concerning all areas of HR, e.g. performance management, on/off boarding, mental health, employee engagement initiatives.
• Partners with / leverages the support of the L&OD, Comp & Ben and HR Analytics EMEA Centres of Expertise based in London, as well as the Employment Law department, to provide the business with best in class HR advice and services.
• Manages complex sickness absence cases advising line managers on dealing with persistent short-term absence and long-term sickness cases; responsible for managing and maintaining our relationship with our 3rd party absence management provider.
• Manages, coaches and supports the HR Placement Student, alongside the Talent Acquisition Specialist.
• Deputises for the Director, Human Resources in their absence.
What do we require from you?
• Part or full CIPD postgraduate qualification
• Experienced HR generalist with demonstrable experience of providing commercially focused guidance, ideally in an HRBP or similar capacity.
• Proven experience in advising and handling organizational restructures, ideally with some exposure to TUPE transfers and outsourcing initiatives
• Confident and knowledgeable in handling employee relations and being the first port of call to provide advice on other areas like compensation, benefits, engagement or training, with the support of the regional COEs as required.
• Must be able to thrive in a high volume, fast pace, demanding environment
• The ability to take initiative using own discretion and skills and work with limited supervision.
• Strong numerical skills, able to analyse data and convert into concise reports.