Head of HR, 4 or 5 days a week

Asset Management, Central London
Reference: A/12513

Experienced HR professional required for a boutique Asset Management firm to lead the HR team, both shaping and implementing the HR strategy across global locations.

The role would suit a thoughtful, pro-active high performer with 10+ years industry experience in Asset or Investment Management.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Challenging and influencing current ways of working to drive positive change
  • Developing HR policies and procedures, ensuring they are fit for purpose; current areas of focus are recruitment, maternity and shared parental leave, broader diversity and inclusion
  • Identifying and managing training and development requirements of the business
  • Driving health and well-being initiatives within the business
  • Building talent and succession planning initiatives within the business
  • Preparing the annual performance review cycle, and any further compensation matters
  • Adhering to remuneration policy regulatory requirements, advising on changes in employment and regulatory legislation in each jurisdiction
  • Creating, interpreting and analysing management information
  • Leading, coaching and developing the HR team, improving their handling and capabilities on the delivery of employee relations and other projects including:
    • appraisals, grievances, performance issues, disciplinaries and other similar matters
    • managing the outsourced payroll function, benefits, record keeping and general administration
    • onboarding and departure of individuals

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