General Electric Human Resources Manager in Rugby, United Kingdom
Job Description Summary
As a member of the HR team, you will play a critical role in executing key HR initiatives, providing available and responsive internal employee support, and driving HR functional excellence and process improvement. This role will require you to be the first point of contact for managers and employees to provide counsel, leadership, coaching and support on HR fundamentals and employee related questions.
Provide HR client support to people leaders and employees in scope of New Nuclear located in these countries and in this regard work closely with the key business leaders and global HR Business partners.
Manage and oversee HR activities including employee relations, performance management, and compliance with labor laws.
Establish strong relationships with leaders by providing a strong strategic partnership acting as an advisor and coach in HR matters.
Collaborate with labor unions, ensuring adherence to collective agreements and facilitating effective communication between the organization and union representatives.
Develop and implement HR policies and procedures to ensure a fair and consistent workplace.
Work closely with the business to support organizational goals and initiatives.
Proactively assess team and employee development needs, make recommendations, and implement appropriate development plans.
Drive HR accountability in terms of main deliverables re performance management, people reviews, recruitment.
Provide appropriate coaching and development feedback to managers and individual contributors.
Organize people leader and all employee communications when it comes to important information or training to be communicated across the client group, support workshop facilitation.
Support any organizational or change program (workday, org design,..).
Contribute and participate in KPI’s and activities as part of the Lean journey of the HR organization.
Be a culture and engagement champion, foster spirit of collaboration and performance as well as a diverse and inclusive work environment.
Act as a role model for safety, ethics and compliance
Basic Skills and Qualifications:
Considerable successful HR experience in a complex environment
University Degree in HR field, or equivalent learning through experience Mastery of key HR processes (recruitment, salary planning cycles, talent management, …)
Solid knowledge of local labour laws and experience working and managing employee representatives’ bodies
Strong with processes and data management with experience translating data into action planning
Proven coaching and influencing capabilities
Fluent in English
Excellent skills dealing with problem resolution.
Capacity to take decisions independently, and ability to manage competing priorities in a rapidly changing and evolving context.
Experience in effectively influencing in teams with and without direct managerial responsibility.
Strong communication skills and experience building relations at all levels of the organization.
Capacity to challenge the status quo and influence at all levels of the organization.
Capacity to promote change in efficient and participative manner.
EDF is in the process of acquiring GE Steam Power’s nuclear activities, pending customary conditions including regulatory approvals. This M&A project will create an opportunity for Business Transformation. In a context of transformation and change at scale, Organization & Talent Development is key to support this change and position the GE Steam Power’s Nuclear business for success across the globe. This business is in total covering approximately 3400 employees in 16 Countries. You can find out more here (https://www.ge.com/news/press-releases/ge-and-edf-sign-a-binding-agreement-related-to-edfs-acquisition-of-ge-steam-powers) .
Relocation Assistance Provided: No