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Date Added: Thu 23/05/2024

Hr Advisor

Skegness, PE25, UK
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Job Type: Permanent, Full Time

Salary: £28000 - £32000/annum

About The Role

As a member of the HR Team and reporting to the HR Partner, the HR Advisor will work to enhance the experience of all staff within the business by carrying out the following duties:

* With a proven track record of executing, advising and coaching on all people related processes, you will support leaders to be fair and consistent in their approach to Employee Relations instances and ensure all policies and processes are followed accurately, leading to an effective and timely resolution.

* You'll also use your eye for detail to ensure continuous improvement by reviewing and auditing cases. From disciplinaries, grievances, performance improvement plans or anything in between, you'll demonstrate with pride, one of our core values of “We Care for Each Other” always.

* You'll know your way around the Microsoft suite and use key People data to identify trends and make a valuable contribution to developing strategies to support and retain our team.

* As an HR Advisor, you should keep up to date with legislative changes and communicate updates to the wider resort to embed compliance and consistency across all departments. You'll comply with strict GDPR procedures, ensuring all audits, records and paperwork are stored correctly, remaining entirely confidential.

About You

* We're looking for a passionate and motivated individual who is either experienced in ER (preferably within a customer-facing business) or is newly qualified and looking for their first full time role. As part of the HR Team, you should have a confidential and professional approach to your work.

* You'll be supporting a resort with over 1000 team members, so the ability to confidently communicate at all levels is important, as well as an ability to offer guidance and advice on a variety of topics relating to ER and wellbeing. You should be able to work on your own initiative and have confidence in your own decision making and problem-solving skills. The ideal candidate will be versatile, adaptable and always on the lookout for ways to improve.

* You will be a trustworthy and discrete individual, using your position within the People Team to positively influence senior leaders across the business. A CIPD qualification is preferred, but not essential - we're much more interested in your previous experience working in a similar role. That said, if you are just finishing up your studies in People Management and looking for a role to start your career, we'd love to hear from you too
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