A boutique international law firm is looking to hire a HR Advisor for their stunning centrally based London office.
The HR Advisor provide day-to-day HR Generalist support to the designated business areas and for the wider HR team, across the full employee life cycle.
The key duties will include:
- Managing the complete recruitment process for junior legal hires
- Seeking continuous improvement to the recruitment process
- Supporting the HR Manager to devise and implement HR policies or initiative into specific practice areas
- Acting as the escalation point for any queries from the HR Assistant
- Advising and coaching on tactical and operational HR matters
- Assisting with the implementation of the firm’s appraisal strategy, training needs requirements and other projects
- Managing disciplinary, grievance and performance related issues
- Analysing the output of MI reports
The HR Advisor will be a professional HR Generalist, having gained most of their experience in a professional services or law firm environment. Having an up-to-date and in-depth knowledge of employment legislation is essential, as is experience of handling ER issues end-to-end. Being able to build credibility with senior stakeholders from day one will be important in this role, so the HR Advisor will need to be a confident communicator, with the ability to handle HR issues and projects with minimal guidance. A CIPD qualification is a must.
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