HR Advisor

HR Advisor


Office Based

Up to £40k


Hours: 37.5 hours

Start date: ASAP


An exciting opportunity to work for a large National Company within the Hospitality Sector as a HR Advisor with working hours of Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5.30pm.

You will be joining a stable team of 5 where plenty of help and advice if needed is in proximity, all reporting to the HR Director. The core duties of this role are to provide office-based HR Support and advise managers of all levels on a broad range of HR and Employment Relations topics.

Sounds pretty easy……other daily duties include:

Main Tasks:

  • Act as a key point of contact in providing HR/ER advice to managers at all levels as well

  • as Head Office-based staff on a broad range of HR/ER matters including but not limited to

  • discipline and dismissal, grievance, absence management, performance management,

  • capability and sickness absence, family friendly policies, TUPE and

  • restructure/redundancy.

  • Attend disciplinary and grievance hearings as management representative and advisor,

  • take accurate notes and draft formal correspondence to employees.

  • Recommend solutions that fit business needs to mitigate ER risks in line with best

  • practice, demonstrating fairness, pragmatism and commercialism.

  • Act as subject matter expert, coach managers in managing HR and ER matters in line

  • with legislation and best practice.

  • Advise on and manage long term sickness absence cases across the business, utilising

  • available resources to support both employees and line managers to assist with any

  • possible return to work or capability concerns.

  • Ensure that all advice is compliant with both Company procedures and current

  • employment legislation and is consistently applied in all HR matters.

  • Build effective relationships within the business to promote good employee relations

  • across all sites and coach and support managers in taking responsibility for HR and ER

  • management at their sites.

  • Review and make suggested amendments to draft documentation, as required.

  • Assist in auditing employees' eligibility to work in the United Kingdom across our retail

  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of employment legislation and case judgements to be able

  • to implement and advise on best practice and procedure and to ensure policies are

  • adhered to correctly.

  • Develop guidance, documentation and toolkits to enable excellence of service to the

  • Provide structured training and/or ad hoc briefings to all levels of staff on employment

  • matters

  • Manage and maintain accurate people records

  • Undertake any other duties deemed reasonable and within the scope of the job, at the

  • Company's request

To be successful in this role you'll have:

  • Skills:

  • Provide consistent and accurate advice in a fast paced and high-volume retail

  • environment

  • CIPD Level 5 qualification preferred

  • Confident and good listener, able to maintain a balanced view

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Good knowledge of current employment law and best practice

  • Patient and persistent in dealing with on-going problems

  • Able to influence and challenge when the situation warrants it

  • Work well under pressure, with attention to detail

  • Research, negotiation and problem-solving skills

  • Able to work comfortably with numbers

  • Computer literate

If this is for you then you should apply today! If you know someone else who may be suitable, please pass on their details or ask them to apply!

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