HR Manager

Location Worthing
Discipline: HR
Job type: Permanent Full Time
Job ref: 006087
Published: 20 days ago

What You'll Be Doing 

Our people are our greatest asset, and we want to create the right conditions for them to be their best. This role will be integral to enhancing employee engagement, drive retention and showcase why Rayner is a Great Place to Work.

In this role, you will be a business partner to the key stakeholders in the UK, supporting them with their people needs. Providing our people leaders with day to day support to ensure they have the tools and resources to manage, develop, motivate and retain their team members.

  • Provide advice and coaching to people managers to improve their capability and ensure performance/misconduct issues are managed effectively and consistently.

  • Provide guidance around questions related to employment; including benefits, payroll, onboarding, policies, compliance.

  • Build effective relationships with all people managers so that they see you as a partner who supports them in effectively managing and developing their people

  • Take the lead on the annual employee engagement survey, analysing the data and presenting key trends to the business

  • Partner with people managers on their engagement action plans, ensuring these are measurable and followed through

  • Support people managers through the annual performance review cycle

  • Manage the HRIS, developing your knowledge as a subject matter expert in the system

  • Lead on HR related projects and partner with internal stakeholders to achieve results

  • Continuously monitor and review employment law changes to ensure HR policies, procedures and guidelines are updated

  • Support the HR Administrator with UK & Ireland payroll processing - ensuring data entered is accurate before obtaining approval from VP HR

  • Coach and support the HR Administrator and Fun Manager

  • Invite and promote constructive and ongoing feedback

  • Foster a positive work culture promoting diversity, inclusion and wellbeing

What Experience Do You Need 

  • A collaborative style with the ability to influence others into action and to think creatively about solutions
  • Ability to communicate confidently, succinctly and logically both verbal and in writing
  • A passion to win and natural desire to support your colleagues
  • Self-motivated team player with ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines
  • CIPD Level 5 or relevant experience
  • Experience of working in a manufacturing industry 
  • Strong employment law knowledge

What We Can Offer You 

  • Private healthcare
  • Wellbeing allowance up to £300.00 a year
  • Monthly yoga sessions and quarterly massages
  • Annual programme of fun events
  • On site restaurant
  • Enhanced maternity & paternity leave