People and Culture Business Partner
A People and Culture Business Partner plays a crucial role in the development and execution of a company's HR strategy, partnering with the company's leaders to support strategic business objectives.
Assisting leaders with strageic planning and forecasting relating to the People Strategy
Acting as a thought-leader to senior leadership to improve People functions
Providing guidance to line managers on Human Resource policies and practices
Coaching of business leaders in HR policy
Implemention of HR programs (e.g. rewards and recognition, employee development)
Providing relevent training
Assist line management with recruitment and onboarding
Investigates employee relations issues and recommends solutions
Expected Skills & Qualifications
Extensive Human Resources experience
HRBP or similar experience
Strong communication and influencing skills
Experienced in stakeholder management
Thorough knowledge of HR practice and employment legislation
Previous coaching and development experience
CIPD - Full or part
A degree in Human Resources would be highly desirable
The average UK annual salary for a People & Culture Business Partner is £45,000. This can rise to around £55,000 in London. People & Culture Business Partners in the North of England can expect approx. £38,000 per year. There may also be additional benefits offered. (Talent.com, March 2022)
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