Human Resources Advisor, London

Published 2022-05-13
Expires 2022-06-13
ID #995875921
Human Resources Advisor, London
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published May 13, 2022

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

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We are short-listing for a leading UK law firm, with a strong reputation for excellence in all areas of law. The role is to be part of the HR team, supporting up to 100 employees. Partnering, offering a whole life cycle of generalist HR support. An experienced HR Advisor, with strong generalist experience - confident in all areas of employee relations, general enquiries, resourcing, L&D, rewards and benefits and special projects. Essential criteria required: Able to prioritise and manage complex and changing workload - strong attention to detail Evidence of managing ER cases, with strong employment law knowledge Professional approach, confident with excellent communication skills Strong team work ethos Strong IT and use of databases Previous payroll exposure A typical week - working from home 50% split with office in Guildford with some ad hoc travel to other offices. Ideal background: Professional services - or HR Partnering, client facing advisory background CIPD level 5 or equivalent experience Steady CV Strong ER Great team worker, friendly, professional Sandiford Green operate as a recruitment business in relation to this vacancy.

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    Sandiford Green Limited
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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