HR Investigator and ER Manager

Basic qualifications:

Bachelor's degree – business, law, human resources

Experienced in generalist human resources and/or labour relations and demonstrated passion for employee relations, labour relations, investigations, or labour/employment law

Experienced in conducting investigative work, including associated interviews, investigative data analysis, and production of investigative documentation

Experienced in managing unions and different IR activities

Preferred qualifications:

Same as above

Details:

Job Family - Employee Relations: Manages employee and labour relations programs to ensure compliance with policies and practices. Develops and implements policies and procedures including grievance procedures and exit interviews. Researches and responds to employee questions, concerns and grievances.

Job Family Group - HR: Designs, implements, and monitors human resource programmes and policies, including recruitment, learning and development, performance management, compensation, benefits, employee relations, etc. Anticipates and plans for long-term human resource needs and trends.

Investigate HR and Employee Relations issues, including:

>Conducting investigation related interviews

>Drafting reports and proposing remedial action based on investigation findings

>Producing complete investigation documentation

>Analyzing data from various reporting systems to ensure swift progress on cases

  • Independently manage assigned casework, bringing investigations to closure rapidly and definitively
  • Design, collect, and analyze multiple levels of employee and stakeholder feedback
  • Analyze aggregate casework data to identify issue trends and opportunities for proactive issue mitigation
  • Partner in analysis and revision of people programs, policies, and practices
  • Consult and collaborate with business partners, Corporate ER teams, Compliance and Legal teams on complex employee investigations
  • Manage critical employee relations issues that are crisis-oriented to ensure successfully completion within limited time
  • Partner with HR leaders and HR teams to create and sustain positive employee relations programs and best practices
  • Conduct and oversee employee relations programs cross the region
  • Analyze, diagnose, design, and revise people programs, policies, and practices to sustain positive employee relations across the region, as needed.

The position may be located in any of the MEA CIS clusters. Preference will be given to experienced candidates based within the region.

Application closing on 2nd of August 2017

Contact information:

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