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If you’re looking to pursue a career within HR look no further, with an in-depth knowledge of HR practice, The Graduate Project can match you to the perfect person whether you have any experience or not. We work with various organisations across Central London and the surrounding areas. Our dedicated team of HR specialist recruiters will find the perfect role for you.

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Company & Role Overview

At TGP recruitment, we are currently recruiting for a Compensation and Benefits Partner in a global financial services and payment solution organisation who are based in central London. This position is a permanent role featuring hybrid working and will require the successful candidate to offer their expertise, deliver administrative support, and assisting in all company concerns regarding compensation and benefits.

Main Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the company’s incentive plans such as share schemes, looking after tax and legal compliance, and distributing information with the correct holders.
  • A range of payroll duties including acting as the focal point for the company’s main payroll supplier, assess external appointments with global payroll supplier including terms and level of service.
  • Reviews 3rd party arrangements with global payroll provider; negotiate terms and manages the service level agreement
  • Global compensation responsibilities including preparation of reports, annual pay evaluation, benchmark data, arrange the timetable and liaise with the senior members of the business.
  • Global benefits duties such as evaluating the benefits, providing market benchmarking, supervise the pension supplier often, and ensure up to date contact with all of the company’s employees.
  • Global mobility management including activities such as overseeing and assisting in all inter company movements on an international scope.
  • Any other necessary duties required by the position such as hosting training and advising business partners on related matters.

 

Important Requirements (Essential)

  • Strong understanding of payroll and benefits in the UK and European Union
  • Experience with recording and updating auditing systems and quality of data
  • Excellent knowledge of workday


Requirements (Desirable)

  • High standard of communication and accuracy skills
  • Able to manage and liaise with senior business partners
  • International understanding of payroll and benefits
  • French language spoken at a business level


Salary: £70,000 (negotiable dependant on experience)

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Company & Role Overview

We are currently recruiting for a permanent, full-time Workday HRIS Manager at a financial services and payment solution organisation. The successful candidate will be managing the company’s HR systems, assisting senior management and will be fully responsible for the Workday system.

 

Main Responsibilities

  • Manage Workday activities including security throughout the company, support existing modules and procedures, executing new HR modules, and lead HRIS features of important procedures annually
  • Create new and exciting ideas and resolutions to increase HCM’s investment
  • Knowledgeable in the integration of the company’s payroll model safeguarding concerns
  • Pursue the execution of the company’s payroll model in new and smaller regions
  • Create and deliver reporting packs and dashboards regarding the important requirements of the stakeholders needs
  • Encourage HRIS support, user adoption, provide user trainings regularly to enhance the the company’s investment
  • Follow compliance with data privacy regulations such GDPR
  • Collaborate with the company’s senior management to recognise their requirements and advise HR data analytics solutions to encourage strategic decisions
  • Manage the supplier relationship with Workday
  • Assist HR Management with adhoc requests when necessary


Important Requirements (Essential)

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business
  • Minimum 3 years of experience as HRIS Manager or Senior Business Analyst
  • Extensive knowledge of Workday system, security and management

 

Salary: Up to £65,000 (doe) + great benefits

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Company & Role Overview

The role available is an Interim HR Coordinator (6 months fixed term contract) at a charity, located in Blackburn that will involve a mixture of hybrid working. A suitable candidate will be able to adapt, independent worker, and pay attention to detail who can find an array of suitable candidates for the company. The company offers a range of perks including a competitive salary and pension scheme, discounted shopping, and training for career progression.

Main Responsibilities              

  • Conducting the HR process successfully from start to finish
  • Assisting company’s management team on absentees, penalisation, complaints, and maternity leave
  • Supporting the company’s Area HR Manager with case work
  • Assisting the Payroll team with handling fluctuations in the area.

Important Requirements

  • Experienced in first line HR or in another HR sector
  • Retain a CIPD Level 3 or more (or in progress)
  • Excellent communication internally
  • Be able to influence the company’s management department by delivering excellent HR guidance
  • Capable of completing safeguarding assessments
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Company & Role Overview

The role is an area HR manager 9-month contract position covering 9-5 hours in an adult services company, a successful candidate will be expected to lead a HR team in an adult services company. The role is a mixture of office and blended work located in the north of England; however regular travelling can be required.

Main Responsibilities

  • The candidate will be expected to lead and perform alongside with the Area Manager and managers.
  • Handle a variety of complex employee affairs casework, such as adherence, complaint, absence, ability, rearranges.
  • To deliver professional assistance and guaranteeing well-timed resolution of all people matters.
  • Help in managing occupational health referrals and offering advice to managers on how to appropriately use the information.
  • Support the review, progression, execution of HR policy and procedure.
  • Routinely attend team management meetings and HR meetings.
  • Deliver KPI and HR material including illness, job openings, revenue, to the company to assist in decision making.
  • Check personnel documents are updated in agreement with legal and audit constraints, such as disclosure checks and right to work documents.
  • Complete HR projects requested by the Head of HR.
  • Assist with the job review process of job descriptions.
  • Line manage HR team in region.
  • The candidate will need to carry out any other activities that are not mentioned here but are required by the role.

Important Requirements (Essential)

  • Degree level candidate or equivalent.
  • Experience of delivering HR advice and assistance to managers on a variety of employee affairs within an educational environment.
  • MCIPD or Associate member working towards a full membership of CIPD.
  • Successful experience in controlling a wide range of HR casework through to end result.
  • Experience in the social care sector
  • Experience of HR policy, approaches, and management of projects.
  • Experience in managing and supervising staff members.
  • Past successful experience in advocating anti-discriminatory working procedures.
  • Capable of managing and influencing opportunities for constant development and transformation.
  • Valuable writing and oral communication and engage with staff in presentations.
  • Able to cope with tough and sensitive circumstances in a professional way.
  • Capable of sustaining and improving functioning systems, guidelines, and processes.
  • Capable of managing own workload and sustain development on a variety of issues alongside handling conflicting interests.
  • Ability to understand employment legislation.
  • Able to generate and investigate management data to support the company’s decision making.
  • Current understanding of employment legislation and HR best practice.
  • Understanding existing concerns the social care charitable sector are dealing with.
  • Proficient user of computerised HR Information systems.

Requirements (Desired)

  • Knowledge of job evaluation systems.
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Company & Role Overview 

Our client is a leading global electronics/accessories brand looking for a Kickstarter to join their HR team. 

Main Responsibilities

  • Administer the remuneration and benefits of all employees on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
  • Create and analyse HR data to support key strategic decisions 
  • Prepare reports and analysis as required
  • Manage all aspects of recruitment, primarily using the Recruitment software (Talos), managing the full process through to on-boarding 
  • First point of contact for HR queries & HR helpdesk
  • Maintain and fully utilise the HR system 
  • Support HoHR to manage legal requests from Divisions
  • Support HR team with general admin tasks

Requirements

  • HR experience or a track record of building good professional relationships and credibility and trust with internal and external stakeholders
  • Understanding the ability of maintaining confidentiality
  • Some experience of handling ER issues
  • IT literate, confident in using systems, excellent knowledge of MS Word; advanced level Excel and strong Power Point
  • Excellent team player with a positive, can-do attitude
  • Strong attention to detail, organisation and time-keeping
  • CIPD or equivalent experience (Desirable)
  • Demonstrable experience of payroll management and dealing with HMRC(Desirable) 

Important Requirements - Kickstart Scheme

  • Be between 16 - 24

  • Must currently be on universal credit

Location - North West London
Pay - National Minimum Wage
Ref :TGPKS1074
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Company & Role Overview 

Our client is a brand new state-of-the-art facility utilised by some of the UK’s top cosmetic and medical practices. The facilities include: operating theatres, consulting rooms, office space and meeting and seminar rooms, alongside training courses for cosmetic surgeons. 

Main Responsibilities

  • Perform administrative work, including scheduling, maintaining files and sorting mail for the Human Resources department 
  • Enter employment data into computer database 
  • Track and update hourly employee leaves of absence 
  • Assist HR supervisors with the hiring process, including submitting job postings online and scheduling candidate interviews 
  • Coordinate logistics for new hire orientations and employee training sessions 

Requirements

  • Experience in a similar role
  • Detail-focused and organised 
  • Solid understanding of MS Office 
  • Experience with ADP Workforce Now is preferred 
  • Familiar with applicant tracking database systems an asset 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Knowledge and experience of providing outstanding customer service 
  • Presentable and confident 
  • Highly professional manner 
  • The ability to remain calm under pressure 
  • Cheerful, optimistic and self-motivated 

Important Requirements - Kickstart Scheme

  • Be between 16 - 24

  • Must currently be on universal credit

Location - Central West London
Pay - National Minimum Wage + £2 per hour
Ref :TGPKS1035

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