Our client is one of the leading IT solutions providers. They seek to hire an experienced HR professional to assist the Head of HR in implementing the Employee Relations framework and working closely with line managers in developing and maintaining a conducive employee relations atmosphere.
Gross Salary: 80k – 100k
Working together with the Head of HR, act as the liaison with the union and lead the preparation and finalization of CBA proposals and coordination of the CBA negotiations and meetings
Proactively upskill and coach line managers’ matters pertaining to Employee Relations and Labour laws.
Liaise with line managers to ensure consistency of disciplinary procedures in the company
Study reported cases of disciplinary action and forward recommendations to the Head of HR for appropriate action
Implementation of the Employee Engagement survey and provide business area with ‘expertise’ in terms of advice and consultation of end to end survey approach, including communication of results, analysis and follow-up activity
Guide line managers on general techniques of behavior management.
Provide effective counselling to staff with chronic problems either job related or otherwise.
Support company driven welfare campaigns such as e.g. Career Development, Employee Wellness, HIV/AIDS awareness programmes
Implement company driven welfare initiatives
Participate regularly in the Quarterly ISO Audits
Fosters developmental relationship by helping people feel valued and included in coaching and development discussions
A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management/Social Sciences or a related field
Post-graduate qualification (Certificate or Diploma) in Labour Laws
A professional qualification in HR with Membership to a relevant professional body
A least five (5) years’ experience within Human Resources with exposure in a unionized environment
Experience in driving a high-performance culture
Experience of working in a complex matrix structure and fast paced environment
Practical experience in use of MS packages and ERP systems