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HR Generalist

Amazon

London, United Kingdom

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HR Generalist Role
At Amazon, we're working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. Since we began, we have been working to change, challenge and innovate the online shopping experience and provide an excellent experience for our customers. We are now one of the world's leading names in e-commerce and offer everything from books, DVDs, electronics, sporting equipment and diamond rings. Oh, and don’t forget the Kindle!

At Amazon, our continuing growth means that when we say we’re going places, we really mean it. Driven by the need to meet customers demand and keep our world-class service running smoothly, we’re growing our business right across Europe and expanding our teams to support this growth. As a result, we are looking for a customer-obsessed and results driven HR Generalist to support our corporate office located in London.

HR Generalist
The HR Generalist will support local client groups in all HR-related day-to-day activities with a strong focus on servicing employees and people managers. They provide front line HR support and have a strong knowledge of the local labour market. They act as a group of resource offering a service that is business agnostic and can be served face to face by phone or email in order to get maximum operating efficiency.

They are well connected to local labour laws, policies and processes in country and deal with all front line enquiries, escalating more complex queries to local HRBPs as required.

Essential duties and responsibilities include:
· Provide ongoing advice and support to employees, interpret policies and procedures and applies judgment of application for their business
· Support UK Consumer people managers through all employee related matters that cannot be managed within the Shared Service Centre
· Keep abreast of changes to policy, legislation and process through working closely to ensure that a mechanism exists to ensure that managers are receiving the correct advise
· Assist managers to ensure successful integration of new joiners
· Support employee performance cycle and provide HRBP support with the annual review process
· Assist managers and employees in the promotion process and creation of the personal development plans– i.e. advise on how to construct and manage the process effectively
· Take part in compensation planning and salary review process
· Support the internal mobility process in partnership with the TA team and HR Services
· Support People managers in any disciplinary or grievance processes and subsequent meetings required engaging the legal team as required
· Conduct exit interviews and provide insights into reasons for leaving
· Actively support HRBPs on key HR initiatives and projects, new policy launches
· Deliver trainings and HR Induction on site
· Drive HR Analytics, support HRBP for preparation of key analytics required for the site
· Constantly look for improvement opportunities with HRS in terms of HR admin processes
· Partner with HRBP on the execution of any org changes or change management initiatives as appropriate – i.e. provide managers and employees with the necessary tools to make the changes effective
· Promote the use of HR Shared Services for all HR queries and only provide support on non-routine enquiries from employees and people managers

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

· Basic Qualifications
· Preferably experience in a similar role in a multinational environment, across multiple stakeholder groups
· Relevant Bachelor degree in HR, Business or equivalent and/or completion of or studying towards the CiPD
· Excellent time management and organizational skills with a proven ability to multi task and work effectively
· Customer oriented mindset and team player
· Proactive and able to look for process improvement opportunities at all times
· High attention to detail and accuracy and demonstrated track record of working to tight deadlines
· Excellent interpersonal skills with fluent verbal and written English
· Good knowledge of UK Employment Legislation
· Advanced use of Excel and reporting tools

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

· Basic Qualifications
· Preferably experience in a similar role in a multinational environment, across multiple stakeholder groups
· Relevant Bachelor degree in HR, Business or equivalent and/or completion of or studying towards the CiPD
· Excellent time management and organizational skills with a proven ability to multi task and work effectively
· Customer oriented mindset and team player
· Proactive and able to look for process improvement opportunities at all times
· High attention to detail and accuracy and demonstrated track record of working to tight deadlines
· Excellent interpersonal skills with fluent verbal and written English
· Good knowledge of UK Employment Legislation
· Advanced use of Excel and reporting tools


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