Irish led Global organisation is seeking a HR Generalist to assist in a number of exciting projects across company culture and engagement.
Location: Drogheda ( Hybrid)
Provide accurate and expert advice to managers on all aspects of people management,
while following best practices, internal policies, complying with legislation and
ensuring consistency across the business.
Being a point of contact for management and employee queries.
Implement policy changes and employee handbook updates including delivering
training and advising on change management to stakeholders on same.
Proactively promote adherence to the Company's HR Policies and local legislation while ensuring alignment with the Company's mission & values.
Actively engage regularly with stakeholders across operations to ensure HR support is provided and compliance to HR policy and procedure is adhered to.
Manage monthly/weekly reports e.g., absenteeism, Performance Management, KPI and headcount reports and provide meaningful management information and analysis
Responsible for managing absence reporting and monitoring and supporting managers with same.
Takes the lead on the recruitment process from start to finish in collaboration with Operations Management and the Talent Acquisition Team when required.
Lead the administration of new starters, set up on the HR system and manage the
Oversee the administration of Total Rewards such as benefit enrolment, renewals and
Manage and coordinate relationship with the recruitment agency on temporary agency
Ensure HR administration in Operations runs efficiently and accurately with the
support of the People Administrators e.g., managing Family Leave, T&C's, personal
Lead the resolution process in employee relations matters as the needs arise (e.g.
Identify and coordinate training needs to facilitate succession planning.
Support the VP, Culture and Capability on roll-out and delivery of the L&D programmes together with the People Business Partners, training providers and assist the planning and coordinating of training.
CIPD Qualified/Third Level Degree in HR/related discipline
Demonstrable experience of working at HR Generalist level, with exposure to a range
of operational HR activities within a fast-paced environment
Experience in resolving issues and ability to use own initiative in ensuring best
practice approach to this
Previous experience of working within a manufacturing environment is advantageous
Strong working knowledge and understanding of Irish employment law, its interpretation and implementation and of employment practices specific to legal compliance
Demonstratable experience of managing/supporting employee relations matters to a satisfactory conclusion
Skilled at using and maximizing business and HRIS systems and presenting in a meaningful manner to inform decision making
Excellent administrative and organisation skills with a keen eye for detail and a passion for ensuring information is accurate and up to date
Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills and an ability to develop strong working relationships at all levels
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.