Remote | International

HR Generalist

Location: Home Based, Worldwide

The HR Generalist must be able to work independently, take a hands-on approach, and interface effectively with professionals at all levels. You’ll need excellent communication, professional interpersonal skills and the ability to function in an innovative environment. Although you will be based in your home city, this is a global role that supports HR initiatives, employees and managers in multiple regions. The HR Generalist will be a key support person who partners with the HR and Recruitment teams in London, China and the US to deliver first class HR services to the business.

Although part of a global HR team, this is a stand alone role that reports to the Director of Human Resources and supports HR Advisors.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Provides HR guidance by answering employee questions and responding to requests regarding their employment, including: new starter process, benefits questions, employment verification, and general inquiries; escalating where needed
  • Key contact on payroll related questions, working closely with the payroll department to ensure accuracy of information
  • New hire processing to include offer letter/contract creation, country-specific on boarding documentation, creation of file, and new employee systems set up
  • Processes background checks as needed
  • Conducts audits of various payroll, benefits, immigration or other HR programs and makes recommendations
  • Provides global benefits administration, primarily in Europe and Americas
  • Processes terminations including conducting employee exit interviews
  • HRIS maintenance by ensuring a high degree of accuracy and timeliness in processing all employee changes, new joiners, and leavers
  • Liaise with payroll on projects and inquiries; creates POs for department
  • Create and run reports such as turnover reports, ad hoc manager requests, among others
  • Project work to include HRIS initiatives, audits, researching new HR or employee engagement programs, assisting with performance management and salary reviews
  • Create, update and maintain country-specific handbooks and corporate policies
  • Assist with recruitment activities as needed

DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor Degree or equivalent;
  • 2 – 5 years of Human Resources administrative experience, a high tech environment is preferred;
  • Solid expertise prioritizing, multi-tasking, and performing assignments with minimal supervision;
  • Exceptional organizational skills in prioritizing and planning work;
  • Action oriented and able to work in a fast paced environment;
  • Familiarity with HRIS experience preferred;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate at all levels in the organization including Senior Management;