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People Business Partner (Hybrid)
Glasgow

About the Role

Are you an experienced People Business Partner looking for a new challenge in a very fast paced organisation? Have you worked in a rapid change, high staffing industries such as retail or contact centres?

We are searching for an exceptional individual to join a progressive, rapidly growing organisation in a period of majoe change and development.
Reporting to the Head of HR you will work closely with all members of the senior management team (SMT) and interact with our clients people across the whole estate. You will give pragmatic HR advice, support the entire recruitment process, care about 'doing it right' and build strong working relationships whilst working at pace.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Work closely with the operational team and People team colleagues to provide people-related support to the division.
  • Work closely with the Senior leaders in the People and HR team to develop and support people initiatives that enable successful delivery of company and divisional goals.
  • Proactively support managers with all areas of the colleague life cycle, providing support on case management and Employee Relations issues, e.g., performance management, absence management, discipline, and grievance.
  • Ensure that managers have the skills necessary to confidently deal with people issues.
  • Ensure that the divisional team uses the organisation’s people processes and systems effectively.
  • Ensure that we promote the business and that recruitment and assessment processes are carried out to ensure that we continue to attract talent.
  • Manage employee reward in accordance with company policies and liaising with the payroll team.
  • Support the People Coordinator with the Exit Interview process, trend analysis and strategic recommendations for improvement.
  • Proactively ensure that own knowledge of best HR practice and employment legislation is shared with colleagues.
  • Support new and emerging divisions with recruitment and retention strategy, including benchmarking and development of role profiles.
  • Work closely with our Communications and Engagement team, supporting our Company’s STEM and social value commitments.
You will have a recognised qualification or at least 5 years experience of working in a similar HR related role and must have experience of working in a business who operate in a truly fast paced industry.

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