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HR Manager – International Branded Hotel -  Central  London

  • Job Location

    London

  • Duration

    Permanent

  • Job Benefits

    £55000.00/annum




Description

HR Manager – International Branded Hotel - Central London

Salary Up to £55K

We are looking to recruit for a Human Resource Manager for a branded Hotel In Central London. The HR Manager will be involved in every level of administration through all the main disciplines: recruitment for a big team, training and employee relations. The Human Resources Manager will be involved basic administration too, making sure the entire department is up to date and well organised. The Hr Manager will also be involved with sending out offer letters and contracts and giving first line advice to employees who have queries around policies and procedures. This will range from basic payroll and holiday queries to advising on maternity / paternity benefits. The Manager will be responsible of Hotel Hr administration and will report to Director.

The ideal candidate must:

·Have superb communication skills and be able to train team

·Be HR generalist

·Adding value as both an individual contributor and active team member

·Be experienced of dealing with senior and sometimes challenging individuals

·Be able to build rapport quickly with key members of the executive team

·Be able to represent the Human Resource function as part of the bigger business picture

·Be confident on directing HR and advising managers on all aspects of people management and development

·Have a strong understanding of employment law

·Have CIPD or equivalent qualification

·Have a professional and commercial approach to HR, with the ability to deliver high employee satisfaction, appropriate development and reward for individuals

The ideal individual will have an outstanding personality and immaculate presentation, flexible on working hrs and responsibility and hungry for career progression.

Please note, only suitable applicants will be contacted.

In line with the requirements set by the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of the eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process





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