HR Business Partner in Swindon - Amazon UK Services Ltd.

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Swindon, England
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Full Time
Date Posted
2 days ago

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Job summary At Amazon we believe that every day is still day one. A day to take a first step. A day to look forwards to new challenges. And today is that day for you. It's your day to be part of something great. A day to make your ideas come to life. And your day to join a company that redefines itself every day. That's the energy and passion behind Amazon. At Amazon, we're working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. To get there, we need exceptionally talented, bright and driven people. Amazon is one of the most recognizable brand names in the world and we distribute millions of products each year to our loyal customers. Our overall mission is simple: we want Amazon to be the place where our customers can find, discover and buy anything online. Whatever our customers want, we will find the means to deliver it. With your help, Amazon will continue to enable people to discover new worlds. This is your chance to make history. We are looking to hire a talented and committed HR Business Partner to play a critical role in supporting the delivery of the people plan of one of our fulfillment centers in the UK. We are seeking a progressive, hands-on, customer-obsessed individual, with strong HR Business Partnering skills who will help to develop our FC operations. The HR Business Partner will focus on supporting different client groups within the Operations team. The successful candidate will need strong analytic skills and the ability to translate their clients' business plans and goals into the HR priorities needed to achieve results while delivering value-add, best in class HR support. Key Responsibilities: Business Partner Operations Managers to drive value-added HR activity within the site Support line managers by driving a performance culture through coaching, influencing and driving talent Implement employment policies and integrate global HR processes relevant to the FC’s needs Ensure compliance with UK legislation Develop and maintain positive relationships with employees at all levels Support the delivery of appropriate recruitment, training and development programs Ability to utilise data to drive insight and actions Provide valuable input and expertise to the Management Team and all other employees on Employment Law, HR Policies, HR Processes, Compensation, Engagement, DEI etc. Deliver on business-critical HR related projects Maintain a strong focus on employee relations, performance management, engagement and retention activities, including an understanding of compensation and benefits Manage a team of HR Associate Partners


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