Our client is a prestigious London law firm – they are now looking to recruit a HR Advisor to join their busy HR team in the City of London.
You will be providing a full range of HR Generalist support by assisting the HR team from both a strategic and operational perspective in the delivery of the HR business plan.
You will also provide a client focused and pragmatic HR support to managers and employees concerning various HR issues.
The standard hours are 9.00am to 5.30pm. The salary on offer is up to £40,000 + Benefits. This role is a permanent position and the client are currently using a hybrid working approach.
This is a fantastic HR Advisor opportunity to join a prestigious law firm!
Your responsibilities as a HR Advisor will include:
- To manage the monthly payroll and annual payroll processes in partnership with accounts
- To produce regular statistical reports
- Monitoring absence issues: run monthly sickness reports, hold sickness absence meetings
- Being responsible for both permanent and temporary recruitment for your assigned client group
- Producing comprehensive job descriptions
- Liaising with agents, shortlisting and testing, interviewing candidates
- To manage the Firm’s work experience programme
- Responsibility for the Firm’s Trainee Secretarial scheme
- To conduct exit interviews for employees and ensure feedback is communicated as appropriate
- To manage the Firm’s pension scheme administration
- To coordinate and administer the Firm’s wellness programme
- To complete salary surveys and data analysis and assist with administration of salary review
- Working closely and meet regularly with Secretary Coordinators
- Alongside the IT department managing and maintaining the Firm’s benefits portal
- Assisting the Head of HR with shortlisting applications for the Firm’s graduate recruitment
- Advising Partners, Support Managers and employees on employee relations issues
Requirements as a HR Advisor will include:
- Minimum of 2 year’s experienced gained within Professional Services
- Experience gained with a law firm would be advantageous but not essential
- Experience of/involvement in Employee Relations issues
- Excellent computer skills (competent in Outlook, Excel and Word)
- Have a critical eye for detail and have the ability to follow processes and procedures
- Ability to be flexible to meet the demands of the work