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About the role
The Human Resources Manager proactively drives all people management matters (people and leadership development, performance management, organisational design, culture, change and Employee Relations) and steers change initiatives in the area of responsibility. He/ she coaches the managers on all people and organisational matters within the area of responsibility to meet location and people KPIs. Local HR Manager translates Group HR standards and processes into local HR ones, monitoring compliant delivery according to labour and locations principles. This role is a key interface to external and internal audits.
We need your expertise for:
- Ensuring that the Group's values, people principles and ethics, as well as legal and local reality are taken into account when defining and/or implementing local people related decisions and/or contributing to/managing local or Group HR projects.
- Challenging line decisions that may result in high-risk people or cost implications and provide alternative options.
- Managing the social dialogue in a constructive way and with a win-win outcome in mind, acting as an employer representative in official bodies (Works Council, Employee Representation meetings, etc.) and negotiates (CLA) with local Works Councils and (internal/external) Employee Representatives.
- Active involvement in recruitment, package negotiations, employee on-boarding, people development, team building, conflict handling (including sanctioning) and exit processes
- Sharing knowledge and best practises with other locations and stream or business group to improve the overall HR effectiveness and efficiency, as well as securing state-of-the-art know-how by participating in relevant external networks
- In this role you will have decision rights in designing and developing HRBP solutions (within the framework provided at Group level) that support the strategy implementation for the relevant area.
- Master Degree in Social Sciences, Law or Business Economics
- Expert knowledge/experience in local labor law and employee relations
- Aware of European Union labor law standards as applicable for most locations
- 3 to 5 years of relevant experience in a HR Manager role
- 7 to 10 years of relevant working experience in HR
- Mastery of Hungarian (mother tongue) and English language at business level
- Ability to manage within networks and drive departmental change processes, leading local and group projects
- Ability to resolve conflicts and act as constructive challenger
- Strong communication skills as well as the ability to work in non-hierarchical teams
- Proficiency in providing consultancy, coaching and feedback and for having excellent people skills
- Ability to negotiate with/challenge/influence front line leaders and middle management
- Experienced in negotiation with Employee Representatives and other important stakeholders on all people matters
- Able to look at things also through an "employment law lens" and you are proactive in ensuring legal compliance based on legal training received and experience acquired
- Stay up to date on current local legislation to ensure policies are compliant
- High professional ethical standards
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