|Job Ref:||118980AMN||Employer:||Morson International||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Luton||Address:||Post Date:||20/10/2016 20:19|
HR Generalist Job|
Working on site at Elster Luton
Honeywell is a global leader in the areas of technology and advanced manufacturing processes. In almost 100 countries around the world, about 120,000 employees develop and manufacture reliable and state-of-the-art-products in the fields of Aerospace, Transportation and Power Systems, Specialty Materials and Automation and Control Solutions.
To provide high quality HR generalist. The HR Generalist will be a member of the leadership team, and will work closely with local leaders, HR business leader(s), CoEs and HRS in supporting the business and driving the HR agenda. Reporting to the HR Manager for South East, this role will be part of the Northern Europe One Country HR team and will involve cross business responsibilities and/or projects.
Counsel and coach management and employees on performance and employee relations related matters. Create a performance culture - coach leaders on talent management, performance differentiation and link rewards and recognition to raise the performance bar.
Anticipate and identify ongoing and future business capability needs and directs the development of skills to support business requirements through staffing, talent development, organization design, performance management, and succession planning processes.
Works with the Human Resources COEs to deliver compensation, organizational development, workforce planning, deployment, and retention services and strategies to address the current and future needs of the business while ensuring a diverse and global workforce.
Drives and deploys Honeywell HR procedures and policies and compliance with all employment laws and regulations.
Manages employee/labour relation and legal issues, and serves as the investigative resource, coordinating with employment lawyer on all related issues.
Drive and deploy procedures and policies in all areas involving HR systems.
Anticipate, plan and execute HR activities in context of broader business decision
Have a deep understanding of the businesses and their processes in designated region and possess business acumen
Demonstrate current knowledge of contemporary trends in HR
Understand and embrace use of technology and data to improve HR processes
Ensure that HR technology tools are used effectively and that HR data standards are enforced
Understand the business culture and employee mindset to assist leadership in balanced decision making
Implement Positive Employee Relations strategies for business cluster
Demonstrate awareness of external labour environment, climate and activity
HR generalist experience
Deep UK Employee / Labour Relations experience
Experience of working in a large multi-national, matrix organisation
Excellent PC skills
Candidate to be available immediately
Work Independently - stand alone HR Role
Unionised Site - experience with unions essential
Run Workshops for manager re performance and attendance
Will be part of a larger HR team in London South East
Working within a large site leadership team
Experience with change management