The HumanResources Advisor will support the Human Resources function from Central EuropeRegion (8 offices and 350+ employees).
Our Human Resources department provides regionalsupport in the areas of employee relations, recruiting, onboarding,compensation, employee benefits, performance management, and organizationaldevelopment.
The Human Resources Advisor is a highlyorganized, self-motivated professional who has the ability to meticulouslycompile, organize and report sensitive and critical information.
This positionwill utilize their organizational skills to keep HR information orderly andcompliant, while also using their administrative skills to anticipatedepartmental needs and respond accordingly.
The ideal candidate is a positiveteam player with a can do and hands-on attitude who can join us in building,motivating and supporting our Temenos talent.
Our HR team collaborates locallyand globally to advocate for the people who work at Temenos. Ultimately, ouremployees are our foundation and greatest value who fundamentally affectbusiness results.
Therole will report into the HRBP responsible for the region.
PrincipalResponsibilities and Accountabilities
Provide top-notch internal customer service to employees and managers, and respond to inquiries in a timely manner
Advise and guide key leaders within the region on HR and employment law issues ensuring all issues are handled consistently, sensitively and within company procedures.
Advise on legislative requirements and potential implications of actions as requested by the line managers.
Provide legally compliant and commercial advice on delicate issues.
Support the recruitment and selection of internal and external applicants from origination of job requisition and position requirements
Support the roll-out of new hires onboarding and induction program; collaborate and guide Managers to ensure new hires are equipped with appropriate training, tools and performance objectives / targets are set timely.
Update and improve HR policies and employment regulations as required, and ensure these policies and regulations are applicate among the staff members, for newcomers, departures and transfers.
Fully manage the HR employee data management on Oracle HRMS enabling to provide accurate and precise HR scorecard analysis, issues and results.
Maintain knowledge of local regulations and current practices pertaining to Human Resources. Act as the local HR matter expert with help of external and internal sources of expertise on the assigned group of countries or business units’ location.
Ensure that company practices are in compliance with local constraints.
Collaborate with Payroll expert and Finance teams to provide monthly payrolls input and changes for the relevant entities accurately and within strict deadlines.
Manage employee benefits (such as pensions, private medical insurance and life assurance) by providing comprehensive advice and support to staff.
Skills and Qualifications
Minimum 5 years’ varied HR generalist experience with a minimum of 3 years at Advisor / Officer level, ideally gained within a complex multinational organisation.
Educated to degree level or equivalent.
Working knowledge of International employment legislation and issues
Ability to deal with sensitive situations with professionalism, tact and diplomacy.
Computer literacy with exposure to databases / HR systems (preferably Oracle HRMS), experience of Outlook (or similar) and advanced level Excel and Word.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, other European language is a plus.
Good sense of team spirit and humour!
continually searches for ways to increase client satisfaction.
treats others with respect; addresses prejudice and other intolerant behaviour.
conducts effective meetings.
Innovation - Generates and champions new ideas and initiatives; goes beyond the status quo; evaluates new or modified approaches and ideas with an open mind, combines differing perspectives and approaches in creative ways.
builds trust in others through own authenticity and follow-through on commitments.