Human Resources Advisor, Warwick

Last update 2024-05-23
Expires 2024-06-23
ID #2148713781
Human Resources Advisor, Warwick
United Kingdom, Warwickshire, Warwick,
Modified May 9, 2024


The Finli Group Ltd stands at the forefront of the Financial Advice and Investment sector, boasting a workforce of over 300 dedicated professionals spread across various locations nationwide.

This position represents an 'impact' role, demanding a professional ready to dive in and make a difference from day one.

Each day presents new challenges, making it an exciting journey for those seeking dynamic opportunities.

We are in search of a team player who thrives in a cohesive, hardworking, and enjoyable environment.

Our team prides itself on being high-performing, agile, and adaptable, ensuring we meet and exceed expectations in an ever-evolving industry landscape.

We want to add a HR Adviser to our dynamic and high performing HR team.

This role is instrumental in providing comprehensive HR support across the Finli Group of businesses, contributing to the effective management of our workforce, and supporting key HR initiatives, including change programs and transformations.

Key Responsibilities Employee Relations: Provide expert and confident advice and guidance on employee relations matters, including disciplinary issues, grievances, and performance management.

Support managers in handling complex HR matters, ensuring compliance with company policies and relevant employment legislation.

Change Management and Transformation: Collaborate with senior leadership to support change programs and organisational transformations.

Assist in the development and implementation of change management strategies, ensuring smooth transitions and effective communication to our Stakeholders and Employees.

HR Policy and Procedure: Review and update HR policies and procedures in line with best practices and legal requirements.

Deliver training to managers and employees on HR policies, ensuring understanding and compliance across the Group.

Employee Engagement: Support initiatives to enhance employee engagement and morale across all levels of the Group.

Assist in the design and implementation of employee feedback mechanisms, such as surveys and focus groups.

HR Administration: Oversee HR administrative processes, including employee data management, documentation, and HRIS updates and improvements.

Ensure accurate and timely record-keeping, maintaining confidentiality and data protection standards.

Requirements Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management or related field (CIPD qualification desirable).

Proven experience as an HR Adviser, preferably within a “Group Company” of 300+ employees.

Strong knowledge of UK employment law and HR best practices.

Experience in supporting change programs, organisational transformations, or restructuring initiatives.

Excellent communication and people skills, with the ability to build effective working relationships at all levels.

Confidence to work independently.

Meticulous with strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.

Ability to work autonomously and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment.

Proficiency in HRIS systems and MS Office Suite.

Benefits Competitive salary commensurate with a HR Advisor with 1+ years experience in a similar role QWP Pension scheme Comprehensive benefits package including Private Medical, Income Protection and Life Assurance.

Career development opportunities If you are an ambitious, initiative-taking and agile HR professional with a passion for driving positive change in a growth environment, we encourage you to apply for this exciting and rewarding opportunity.

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Human resources advisor

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