Industrial Relations Business Partner
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Greater London, England
When it comes to innovation and achievement there are few organisations with a better track record. Join us and you'll be able to play a big part in the success of our highly successful, fast-paced business that opens up Europe so people can exercise their get-up-and-go. With over 300 aircraft flying over 900 routes to more than 30 countries, we're the UK's largest airline, the second largest in Europe and the tenth largest in the world. Flying over 90 million passengers a year, we employ over 14,000 people. Its big-scale stuff and we're still growing.
The Industrial Relations Business Partner will work as part of a small team. The department is responsible for mobilising, organising and influencing a wide array of stakeholders therefore relationship and communication skill in every guise are essential for this role.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:
Deployment of the IR Agenda
- Advise and support both people managers and Country Leadership teams on IR matters including implications in changes to legislation, impact of pay reviews, reward projects, changes to terms and conditions
- Work with the HRBP and the central IR team to ensure that the local and national IR agenda & plan is integrated into the people plans and support them in raising capabilities on IR in the line management community.
- Support any IR implications of growth and aircraft allocation within the Network
- Deliver ad hoc projects as required by the Group Head of IR
Contribution to policy and process
- Maintaining an up to date working knowledge of employee legislation and regulation within the jurisdictions and identifying relevant changes.
- Ensuring that easyJet is aware of and compliant with all legislation & regulation in the jurisdictions including delivery any changes to policy, process and procedures and embedding these in the business.
- Understanding the implications of any changes in the jurisdiction and project managing these back into the business through changes to policy, maintenance of the IR knowledge database, and ensuring any changes required in processes and procedures are managed with Service Operations
- Day to day relationship & supplier management of local employment law professional providers
Insight and Analytics
- Analyse local and national IR data to draw insight and identify issues and opportunities for input into the IR agenda
- Full time
Posted 24 Apr 2019
Closes 24 May 2019
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