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.
Our client is an international leader offering sustainable solutions to industry; maximizing research and technology to generate a deeper impact on society.
Compensation & Benefits Analyst, Zug, Switzerland
We are current recruiting for a Compensation & Benefits Analyst to join their newly created team in Zug. Reporting into the Regional Head of HR for Europe, you will support the Europe Regional HR and Global Compensation & Rewards team in delivering the reward framework and policy in line with the business strategy. They are looking for a framework that motivates employee to perform and to be engaged with the organisation. You will also design, implement and maintain HR services, processes and systems.
Responsibilities for the Compensation & Benefits Analyst
Play a key role in developing the 1-3 year Reward Strategy advising the organisation on where improvements can be made and how to get the best value for money and attract and retain great people
Generate compensation and benefits benchmarking, data submission and interpretation
Recommend on benefits program to management based on employee requirements and industry trends
Conduct cost analysis of the current policy and make recommendations for introducing a new policy
Provide support to Heads of HR and HR Consultants with job analysis and job evaluation where required (and provide advice on the management of job family and grading structures if appropriate)
Provide support to Reward leaders in ensuring effective implementation and communication of reward and benefit initiatives as required
Recommend on compensation and benefits for expatriation and relocation cases
Responsibility for the European region (North & South)
The ideal Compensation & Benefits Analyst candidate will be on an upward trajectory in their career, with overall 3-5 years of experience in HR Consulting (preferred) or experience in a reward role
Reward experience, data experience, payroll experience
Highly analytically minded, results orientated, attention to detail
Collaborative working with cross-functional teams
Solid business acumen
Strong interpersonal & multicultural skills
Ability to work flexibly
This role can offer future personal development and growth by being involved in global projects and share best practise between global teams
This is a great opportunity to work for a company who are investing in a sustainable future with a clear strategy on becoming an leader for technology growth and innovation in their industry
If you are interested in applying for this Compensation & Benefits Analyst 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
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential conversation please call Leon Morley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
Support employee engagement initiatives to ensure ongoing improvements
Manage their internal “education academy” and talent development
Maintains accurate employee information on their HCM (Workday) and preparation of job references
Support on HR projects internationally where appropriate
Previous experience as a HR Business Partner/Manager is essential
Strong knowledge of Swiss labour law
Must be business fluent in English, German and French languages
Flexibility to travel throughout Switzerland occasionally (10%) and must hold a valid driver’s licence. Pool cars can be provided or if you have and wish to use your own vehicle, travel expenses will be paid.
Formal training within HR or business-related field
If you match the requirements, please apply so we can assess your suitability further.
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, a leading international business is seeking an HR Operations Specialist.
This is a great opportunity to join a fast-growing company as a trusted HR Operations Specialist. Reporting into the European Head of HR, you will support the European region of the business and the HR team with the additional workload.
HR Operations Specialist, Zug, Switzerland
In this fast and dynamic environment, the successful candidate must be able to demonstrate strong communication skills, drive, initiative and teamwork. This would suit a HR Professional who’s looking for a continuous learning environment and will be part of a team that designs and drives human capital initiatives for the global group.
As HR Operations Specialist you will be responsible for administering all employee life cycle processes, preparing all documentations, accidents reports, sickness and child allowances registrations. You will also conduct HR Introduction Day presentation and new hire / leaver orientation with employees. Work closely together with HR Business Partners, Recruiters, Payroll and Centers of expertise. And participate in European and global projects to further develop the HR function.
We are seeking a HR Specialist who is comfortable in a fast paced, results-oriented environment, who can prioritize and work independently.
For the HR Operations Specialist, we are looking for a high calibre candidate with the following skill sets:
Commercial apprenticeship or Bachelor's degree with further Education in Human Resources or equivalent essential
5+ years' work experience in HR operations, ideally within a similar international, complex environment
Solid knowledge of HR operations, ideally also in other European regions
Good communication skills in German and English; strong desire to learn; high attention to detail
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, especially Excel, and HR systems, ideally SuccessFactors
If you are interested in applying for this HR Operations 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 objective at EMEA Recruitment GmbH is to find Europe's top talent for some of the largest and most reputable companies based predominantly in the Netherlands and Switzerland. We are offering a fantastic opportunity for graduates to experience the best of both worlds by still living in Nottingham but gaining valuable exposure by working with leading companies across Switzerland, The Netherlands or even the rest of Europe, the Middle-East and Asia.
Associate Recruitment Consultant, Nottingham, UK
At EMEA Recruitment GmbH we have 4 values that have contributed to our success; we are consultative, specialists, committed and confidential. Our values and culture are reflected in everything we do, by all consultants in all our locations.
If you are passionate about languages and you are a fluent German, French or Dutch speaker, we will give you the opportunity to utilise your skills within our established International division. With regular business trips to the Netherlands or Switzerland, EMEA Recruitment GmbH offers a unique opportunity for graduates to learn and experience working in the International business world.
If you are not a language speaker but have experience working already in Recruitment, Sales or Account Management and feel you have the relevant skills to become an International Recruitment Consultant, then please get in touch.
What will you be doing?
As an Associate Recruitment Consultant we will guide and train you to become a leading expert in sourcing top European talent. Through our development program, you will follow a schedule that will cover all areas of recruitment including; relationship management, advanced sales techniques, competency based interviewing and research methodologies.
Your future at EMEA Recruitment GmbH isn't just about developing clients. You will be taking the lead in helping people further their careers as well as organising interviews and liaising between candidates and clients. This will eventually lead to contract negotiation and ultimately result in you becoming a well-rounded International recruiter.
What to expect in your first year at EMEA Recruitment GmbH ...
. Your base salary plus industry leading commission
. Realistic first year earnings of £25k+
. All new consultants receive 50% of your fees billed over the first 6 months
. The chance to become a valued member of the team with the opportunity to develop a solid career from Associate Recruitment Consultant to Director level
. Senior Consultants earn in excess of £100k/€150k/CHF150k
. The chance to work with the Directors of the business who will show you respect and treat you how they would expect to be treated.
. Regular travel to Switzerland or the Netherlands
. We reward you for your hard work with amazing incentives including;
- Industry leading commission/bonus
- Wining and dining in some top venues including Michelin star restaurants
- Holiday incentives including Las Vegas, Bahamas and Miami
- Your birthday as an extra holiday
- Company social events including visits to the races, cocktail making, city breaks and outdoor pursuits
- Additional benefits including personal training sessions and Pension
What kind of person are we looking for?
We are looking for candidates who have a history of going above and beyond. If you have been involved in activities such as being a captain of a team, taking part in a student union or success in any other extracurricular activities then we are interested in talking to you. You must have the flexibility to be able to travel at least once a month, must also able to communicate at all levels, be a confident, ambitious and self-motivated graduate, with strong business development and relationship management skills. Have fluency in English and must be a graduate with a minimum 2:2 qualification
If interested in this position, please contact Laura Henderson in the Nottingham Office via email at email@example.com or for a confidential conversation please call on 07932 094 913