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HR Advisor Italy, Croatia & Malta

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Date: 23-Feb-2021

Location: Genova, IT

Company: Lloyds Register

Job ID:32148
Location:Genoa : Via Sottoripa 1A/112-113 (LR_L000170) 
Position Category:Human Resources
Position Type:Employee Regular

HR Advisor

Based in Genoa

Are you an HR advisor with a passion for industrial environments? Do you want to work in an international environment where you can use your expertise to support the business? Then working as an HR Advisor for Lloyd’s Register is something for you! 

We will offer you a challenging job opportunity and the possibility to develop yourself and realise your ambitions.

 

What are you going to do?

As HR Advisor with Lloyd’s Register, you will provide professional HR advice and proactive support to line managers and colleagues based in Italy, Croatia and Malta.

You will deal with complex and challenging HR related queries or pick-up on-going issues where you can support the business to perform at its best.

You will be able to use all of your HR expertise to support the delivery of the core HR Cycle of activities, such as Personal Performance Planning (PPP), Employee Opinion Survey (EOS) results and organizational changes and projects being rolled out in the country or region. You will  pick-up projects that extend beyond the border of the three countries and herewith add value in the regions.

Because of your expertise and interpersonal skills, you are able to support the organization and the business in such a way that they are able to excel!

Your main responsibilities will be:

  • Ensure that all HR services in the countries are delivered in compliance with global policy and local employment legislative requirements;
  • Provide advice and support to line managers and colleagues on complex cases on HR related matters, including disciplinary investigation, poor performance management, etc..;
  • Support delivery of core HR cycle activities (PPP, EOS), actively coordinating with managers in the processes;
  • Managing and coordinating, with the other involved functions, the onboarding activities with newcomers and the line manager;
  • Dealing with labor law related matters, disciplinary process and litigation; drafting employment contracts; being directly involved in the implementation of new local policies and/or improvement in the existing ones on HR matters; managing personnel database software and electronic storage of personnel files;
  • Work closely with the local Operations Managers for HR related matters;
  • Where no ‘in-country’ specialist, support the delivery of specialist activities e.g. recruitment, L&D, reward etc, liaise with CoE specialist colleagues with specific local requests;
  • Provide coaching and support for line managers as they handle difficult employee relations issues and challenges;
  • Support the HSE team in the implementation of all the mandatory initiatives such as training and medical visits;
  • Undertake HR projects and initiatives, working with HR and business customers, for example, implementing new policies or ways of working, supporting local restructuring activity or other change projects.

 

 What do we ask from you?

  • Generalist HR knowledge and experience across HR disciplines;
  • With equal competencies being recognized as matching the requirements of Law 68/99 will be considered a plus (both art. 1 and art. 18);
  • Gained experience of 4/5 years in a similar role in international firms;
  • Deep knowledge of the Italian labour law legislation, including different national collective employment agreements (CCNL). Knowledge of the Croatian and Maltese labour law will be considered a plus;
  • Experience in dealing with employee relations issues and high knowledge of local employment legislation, works councils etc.;
  • A degree in law or economics or similar;
  • Ability to communicate effectively at different levels within the organisation and to influence successfully and openly at all levels – both inside our organisation and outside in the business;
  • Ability to understand and assess complex and sometimes unfamiliar situations, visualize solutions and see through to resolution;
  • Excellent communication skills, operationally proficient in Italian and English (Additional language capability in relevant language an advantage).

 

What do we offer? 

We offer you an exciting working environment with intellectual challenges, responsibility and high-level client interaction. An attractive remuneration package will be offered. As for every Lloyd's Register staff member, a personal development plan will be made by you and your manager to support you in realizing your long-term goals.

 

About Lloyd’s Register

Some companies seem to work for their shareholders. You could say that Lloyd's Register’s shareholder is society!

Lloyd’s Register has been fiercely independent since its start more than 257 years ago as what would become the world’s first ship classification society. It’s also where Lloyd’s Register first started contributing to the safety of the world’s critical infrastructure, helping ship builders and owners make safer ocean-going vessels.

Today that tradition continues as Lloyd's Register, still owned by the Lloyd's Register Foundation, offers it deep technical expertise to asset owners- providing quality assurance and certification to everything from cruise ships to the pressure equipment that helps power cities everywhere!

Lloyd’s Register is renowned globally for its technical expertise, independence, and focus on safety. And because of Lloyd’s Register’s long history, it carries approvals and accreditations from industry bodies and governments worldwide, often acting on their behalf to inspect and certify equipment around the world.

 

Interested?

Are you interested in this job? Apply now via the ‘apply’ button and upload your C.V. and cover letter. If you have any questions regarding this vacancy, you can contact Guillaume Tertre (Corporate Recruiter – South Europe / guillaume.tertre@lr.org).

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