Our client, a leading innovative medical services business are looking to recruit a HR Assistant for their well established HR Team in Lucerne. Reporting into the HR Administration Team Leader, the role of the HR Assistant will be responsible for the management of the entire personnel administration. This role would suit someone who is keen to work with a pragmatic HR team, someone who enjoys a dynamic environment and takes pride in providing a high quality of service to their customers/stakeholders.
HR Assistant, Lucerne, Switzerland
Personnel administration, including social security
Management of the entire personnel administration
Processing of HR master data, entries / exits, changes, administration of the MA dossier (e-dossier), drawing up contracts and other correspondence
Support with questions about wage increases and the bonus process
Administrative support in all HR processes, time management and applicant management
Correspondence with applicants, appointment coordination as required, invitations to interviews, pre-selection, etc.
Participation in various HR projects
As a HR Assistant we are looking for high calibre professionals with the following skill sets:
3-4 years of experience in HR administration, payroll / social security
Commercial apprenticeship, diploma trade school or equivalent education
Potential to take on other tasks in the HR area and a willingness to grow professionally
Very good knowledge of German, knowledge of English is mandatory
High level of service and an openness to change processes
If you are interested in applying for this HR Assistant role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential conversation please call Keeley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
A global chemicals business are looking for a HR Generalist – DACH & Eastern Europe to join their HR Shared Services team. The company is agile, fast-paced and has a fantastic track record for developing people inhouse and this role has become available due to an internal promotion.
HR Generalist, Wiesbaden, Germany
You will be the first line support for an employee population of c300 people most of which are based in Germany & Switzerland but also includes some employees based in Austria and Eastern Europe. Reporting live into the HR Manager – Germany but will work closely with the wider HR team throughout Europe.
Area of responsibility:
Responsibility for the monthly payroll accounting in the individual countries including preparation and post-processing of the payroll
Control of external accounting/payroll service providers in the countries served
Personnel administration (from entry to exit) and data maintenance
Supervision of the time officers of the individual locations
Interface to external service providers of company pension schemes
Interface to accounting: support of monthly, quarterly and annual accounts
Perspective assumption of the role of HR manager for the UK / Nordics countries
Completed basic commercial qualifications, ideally with a specialization / specialization in the HR area
A minimum of two years of experience in personnel administration and payroll, ideally with the management of external payroll providers
Safe knowledge of labor, tax and social security law, ideally in Germany and Switzerland
Independent way of working
Safe user knowledge in MS Office (Excel, Word), Cornerstone on Demand, SAP R / 3 HCM, LOGA
Application-safe knowledge of German and English
Readiness for occasional business trips
If you are interested in applying for this HR Generalist role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to email@example.com for a confidential conversation please call Keeley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
Our client is an international leader in their industry, they continue to be a curious company, and this keeps them relevant and forward thinking. They are looking to recruit a Senior HR Business Partner to be based in Canton Vaud who can act as a real enabler for change and growth.
Senior HR Business Partner, Canton Vaud, Switzerland
Reporting into the Managing Director, the Senior HR Business Partner will lead a team of HR professionals, they will be instrumental in leading on all areas of the HR strategy, reward & recognition, L&D, talent, engagement, change management, diversity inclusion.
You will have complete autonomy to lead change, provide solutions to difficult challenges and act as business partner to add value to the senior group/functional leaders.
Our client will provide a fast paced, international environment with the potential to do great things.
The successful candidate will have previous operational and strategic HR experience
Relevant experience of building and leading a successful HR team
Particular previous experience of setting recruitment strategy and, hands on experience of a global HRIS.
Fluent in English and German or French
Ability to drive agendas in a fast-paced environment
Able to effectively communicate at all levels of the organization and be an active listener.
High level of honesty, integrity, flexibility and commitment.
If you are interested in applying for this Senior HR Business Partner role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for a confidential conversation please call Keeley Cunningham in our Switzerland office on +41 41 508 7007
EMEA Recruitment are delighted to partner with our Leisure client, who have their European Headquarters based in Rotterdam. The HR Business Partner will combine both strategic and operational work within the whole spectrum of People, Organisation and Culture.
HR Business Partner, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Our client prides themselves on having a people focussed organisation, whilst offering the opportunity to really make a difference. We are looking for HR professionals with a modern vision, an entrepreneurial spirit, ambition, and also able to bring a good sense of humour.
Partner effectively with other cross-functional teams such as Recruitment, People Operations, Change & Development, and more
Identify and deploy impactful strategies and policies, to assist the organisation in their growth plans
Be accountable for operational HR matters and support and guideline managers in all HR processes
Provide coaching and mentoring to all leaders in various change processes/new initiatives
Support employee engagement initiatives to ensure ongoing improvements
Determine, implement, and execute parts of the people strategy and roadmap, and ensure it is aligned with business objectives
Support on HR projects internationally where appropriate
Use data to help influence change and recommend improvements to the employee experience and guide our team leaders
A minimum of 5 years professional experience, ideally within a growing, International environment
Previous experience as a HR Business Partner/Manager is essential
Proven experience in projects like compensation & benefits, succession planning, and talent development
Knowledge of Dutch labour and social laws (preferably also other countries)
A passion for both the Strategic and Operational tasks
Fluency in English, Dutch would also be advantageous
Formal training within HR or business-related field
If you are interested in learning more about this exciting new HR Business Partner opportunity, please contact me directly at Hannah.email@example.com or on +31208081102
A growing life science company with an exciting purpose to make a difference to the patients they serve are looking to recruit a HR Shared Services Director.
HR Shared Services Director, Basel, Switzerland
This is an exciting chance to shape the team including hiring some team members, the function as this is a newly created position. This is a key leadership position within the HR team which report directly into the Global Head of HR.
As the HR Shared Services Director, you will lead the HR Shared Service team to ensure a high-quality transactional HR and payroll service.
Overall responsibility for all HR transactional activities (e.g. administration of HR processes related to personnel lifecycle, organizational changes, etc.) and be accountable for their implementation and continuous improvement
Overall responsibility to manage internal Swiss payroll (correct processing of monthly payroll, accruals and reconciliation, data supply to Finance, etc.), and all general Swiss HR administration
Ensure correct processing and submission of social security, withholding taxes and other payroll related items (e.g. SUVA reporting)
Liaise with official authorities (social insurances, tax offices, KIGA, SECO, etc.) and establish and maintain effective collaboration with them
Act as an interface to Finance on all Swiss payroll and accruals related items
Manage specific projects as determined in the annual HR operational plan as well as directly contribute to functional and cross-functional initiatives
Implement HR policies and make improvements to HR processes
Minimum 8 years of comprehensive experience in managing HR administration and Swiss payroll
Proven track record of effectively managing HR Shared Services team and processes
Fluent in both English & German languages
Strong knowledge of Swiss labor law and regulations
In depth knowledge of the Swiss Tax Regulations and Swiss Insurance system
Ability to multi-task, effectively deal with ambiguity, and challenge status quo
Proven ability to drive things through completion, be proactive and pragmatic
Demonstrated leadership skills, strong presence, and ability to consult, influence and counsel at all levels of the organization
Excellent communication, cross-functional collaboration, and customer-focus skills
Advanced computer and software usage
If you are interested in applying for this HR Shared Services Director role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential conversation please call Leon Morley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
A growing life science company with an exciting purpose to make a difference to the patients they serve are looking to recruit a HR Business Partner to join their HR team based in Basel.
HR Business Partner, Basel, Switzerland
Reporting to the Busines Unit HR Director, you will be responsible for providing strategic and operational support for your customers. This role is a planned succession to become a HR Director, so we are looking for an aspirational HR Business Partner keen to impress and take on further responsibility in one to two years.
In close conjunction with leaders, implement any change initiatives and guide Line Managers and employees during this process
Support line management in forecasting and planning the talent pipeline requirements in line with the function/business strategy
Effective collaboration with HR expert functions (HR Services, Total Rewards, Integrated Talent Management, HR Analytics, etc.)
Drive the people processes (performance, development, and engagement) to ensure that employees’ level of performance and capabilities meet current and future standards
Collaborate closely with HR Services and provide them with input and data regarding employee life cycle changes
Continuously participate in the optimization, design, redesign and implementation of tools and processes improving HR-efficiency and contribute to/or lead assigned HR projects or activities
Ensure defined processes and approval flows are followed, foster development of ethics and compliance awareness and oversee full compliance to HR policies and procedures and employment related laws and regulations
More than 8 years of experience as HR Generalist/ HR Business Partner in an international environment in Life Sciences is a must
Very strong verbal and written communication and influencing skills with the capability to engage at all levels of the organization
Good knowledge of all HR operational processes (e.g. remuneration review cycle, performance management, talent acquisition and development, annual budgeting, etc.)
Proactive, pragmatic, with a proven track record of driving things through to completion
Fluent in English
If you are interested in applying for this HR Business Partner role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to email@example.com for a confidential conversation please call Leon Morley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
Our client is a global company in the Healthcare sector. We are currently recruiting on their behalf for a HR Payroll Specialist to be based in Lucerne.
HR Payroll Specialist, Lucerne, Switzerland
Reporting to the Head of HR Administration, this newly created role of HR Payroll Specialist will be a key addition to the team of our International Healthcare client, located in the Lucerne area. This is a great opportunity to join a successful multinational business, and bring payroll duties in-house.
The role is suited to an experienced HR Payroll Specialist, accustomed to processing payroll for diverse structures across multiple companies.
Recording of the arising changes in the wage processing system (fixed and variable wage data, allowances and deductions, entries and exits)
Execution and control of the interfaces with HRM (HR master data system) and Swiss Salary (Navision)
Preparation of the monthly pay slips
Interface function between employees, HR and finance
Change and control / monitoring of child and family allowance entitlement
Registration of withholding tax and accounting for employees and various cantons
Review of work permits
Administrative processing of accident reports, sickness reports, EO and MSE reports and their daily allowance control
Comparison of all data in the social security area with RTM (time recording system)
Create personnel and wage data statistics
Provide documents for the wage round, forecast and wage budget
Participation in projects in the human resources area
HR specialist FA with further training in payroll or comparable training and further education
3 to 5 years of professional Payroll experience
Experience in managing payroll accounting in a large and rapidly changing company with complex structures
Fluent in German and English, any other national language would be an advantage
Hands-on mentality and open to change
Quick comprehension, structured and efficient way of working, resilient
Strong communication skills, team-oriented
Our client can offer a challenging, dynamic environment with flexible working hours and a modern workplace infrastructure.
If you are interested in applying for this HR Payroll Specialist role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential conversation please call Keeley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
Our client, an industry market leader, seeks an Executive Assistant to support the senior team from their Zurich office. You must have both German and English fluency. They have a dynamic and diverse business model which incorporates a wide range of products.
Executive Assistant, Zurich, Switzerland
Our client is offering an excellent opportunity for a proven Executive Assistant to lead a variety of tasks – all connected with the successful and smooth running of the office. You will enhance a professional, pro-active culture ensuring their highly customer focused ethos further.
Given the strong links with senior management on site, your will also utilise your confidential, strong attention to detail skills, as you will be a key partner in reviewing company reports, presentations, contracts etc to support the Executive team.
We are looking for high calibre, customer focused candidates with the following skill sets:
Educated to Degree or equivalent level
Fluent German AND English
Experience of leading an office or key customer facing position with relevant administrative tasks under your responsibility
Strong attention to details - overseeing reviews of reports, presentations and contracts to support executive management
An interest in or previous experience of leading small scale projects is an advantage
High level of PC literacy, able to organise, plan and innovate, exemplary presentation skills
Be proactive in fostering a great team spirit in the working environment
If you are interested in applying for this Executive Assistant role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to email@example.com for a confidential conversation please call Keeley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
Our client is an international leader, the fastest growing company in their industry, offering sustainable solutions to industry through their innovative products and services.
Regional Head of HR (Northern Europe), Zug, Switzerland
We are current recruiting for a Regional Head of HR to set up their new office in Zug. Reporting into the Regional Head of Europe with a dotted line to the CHRO, this role will be a responsible for leading on the design and delivery of the people strategy across North Europe in line with business strategy, aiming to optimize performance across the business through effective leadership, change and people management. It includes special projects, organization restructuring, talent acquisition, performance management, talent management and career planning, learning and development and compensation review.
Partnering with stakeholders across the business to ensure the HR strategy aligns with the wider business goals
Providing leadership for the HR function, managing and developing a team of direct reports across HR (3-4), training and health & safety
Designing and delivering a resource plan as per the guidelines provided by the Corporate HR and business requirements
Negotiating with multiple trade unions
Dealing with high level and complex employment law issues
Driving on employee engagement across the business
Gathering sector and industry standards for benchmarking best practices
Driving the need for continuous improvements and supporting the business through periods of change
Lead the Performance Management system to drive a culture of feedback and performance coaching
Overall 12-15 years of experience in a Global Senior HR role within pharma, consumer, agri-business, chemical or similar industry
Broad knowledge and experience of HR best practices in employee relations, performance management, recruitment, payroll, compensation, policy/procedure development and interpretation.
MBA in HR or equivalent professional degree
Strategic thinking mindset
Strong Influencing Skills
Collaborative working with cross-functional teams
Solid business acumen
Strong interpersonal & multicultural skills
Strong stakeholder management
This is an opportunity to shape and lead a HR function for a highly successful organisation
If you are interested in applying for this Regional Head of HR (Northern Europe) role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential conversation please call Keeley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
We are working with an internationally renowned company who are looking for a HR & Payroll Specialist to join their HR team based in Basel.
HR & Payroll Specialist, Basel, Switzerland
Reporting to the HR Shared Services Manager, the HR & Payroll Specialist is a key component of the HR team responsible for HR operational activities for a population of c1600 employees within Switzerland. This is a great opportunity to join a company with good long-term career development prospects.
General support to the HR Team, Employees, Line Managers, Finance Department etc. in questions of labor law, payroll, tax and social security to solve special cases or difficulties
Establish and maintain a set of standard reports and metrics to measure the workforce effectiveness and create ad-hoc reports
Review and document payroll processes in conjunction with the external payroll provider (incl. Shadow-payroll for Expats and Inpats) Execute SOX Control Sheets such as Salary Check, Payroll Reconciliation and Payroll Time Clocking and support in SOX Controls
Use, maintain and develop HRIS and personnel files
Ensure a high quality of general employee data; monthly and yearly cross check controlling
Administrate Social Insurance daily allowances
At least five year’s work experience in HR Roles with a strong focus on payroll processing in Switzerland
Solid understanding of Swiss labor law, social security and tax laws
SAP (key user knowledge is a must) and SuccessFactors knowledge is beneficial
Fluent in German and English
In return, you will receive a competitive base salary, variable bonus and an attractive and comprehensive benefits package.
If you are interested in applying for this HR & Payroll Specialist role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to email@example.com for a confidential conversation please call Leon Morley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.