Sr. HR Business Partner
We are looking for a Senior Manager, Human Resources Business Partner to serve as a strategic partner to Experian's North America CIS team and advise on the relevant human capital strategies to drive business success. In this role, you will drive innovation, growth, and organizational effectiveness. You will work collaboratively across all functional areas of HR including Talent Acquisition, Compensation, Talent Management, and HR Operations to help drive the business to significant revenue and market share growth.
About us, but we'll be brief
We are thrilled to share that FORTUNE has named Experian one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For. In addition, for the last five years, we've been name in the top 100 "World's Most Innovative Companies" by Forbes Magazine. We aspire to be the recognized leader in the markets we serve. We play to win (and we have fun along the way)!
The ideal Senior Manager, HR Business Partner candidate:
possesses a solid understanding of the top priorities of the organization's fiscal year priorities and will attend the relevant business meetings with Senior Leaders within their client group.
participates in organizational design efforts and works with Leaders to advise on new structures, roles, and skills required to support the business priorities.
works with HR leadership to develop the relevant change management plans to ensure that change is successfully adopted throughout the organization.
in partnership with HR leadership, develops the relevant HR strategies and plan to align with the business objectives.
consults and advises the business on strategic workforce planning, succession planning and organizational structure changes.
analyzes and summarizes organization data to produce metrics that allow HR to make recommendations to senior management, Finance and other functional areas.
applies knowledge and provides input to senior management to develop programs, talent planning, and other interventions that improve business operations.
develops and maintains a thorough understanding of the organization financial metrics, business plan and client expectations to support the Human Resources needs of the business
provides coaching and guidance to Managers to support their development, and ensure leaders are developing high performance teams.
works closely with COE's on various projects and HR Program roll-outs; liaison between COE and the business; coordinates and facilitates HR programs including talent management programs (talent review, calibration), compensation (annual compensation review), etc.. works with internal HR partners to reconcile program-related issues.
may participate in the design and development of new Human Resources programs.
proactively assesses company environment, competitive environment, and market trends and developments within functional area
responds to Manager inquiries regarding programs and process.
researches, recommends and/or administers human resource programs, including compensation, benefits, unemployment, safety, workers compensation, and employee relations.
advises Managers in the resolution of employee relations and employee performance issues; conducts research and investigations, as needed, to support the decision-making process; determines necessary actions to ensure fairness and legal compliance; counsels employees and management and develops and administers corrective action plans.
oversees Employee terminations; conducts exit interviews for terminating Employees, as needed; tracks turnover to determine resignation trends and areas for improvement.drafts and distributes employee communications within functional area; coordinates communications with other company departments, as appropriate.
What your background looks like
Skills and Attributes
mentors and coaches others.
builds great relationships with the leaders in the business and develops networks internally and externally.
dissects problems and probes to get to the root cause of organizational issues.
strong consulting skills to allow for building credibility and partnership with leaders.
solid influencing skills and capabilities.
consistently thinking about the organization with a critical eye.
strong organizational skills to include project management, change management, organization planning capabilities.
the ability to gather and analyze data to support a strategy and/or talent recommendations.
outside-in approach; the ability to gather information from outside of the business and apply best practices within the organization.
During the pandemic, all Experian employees have been working remotely. Once it's safe to do so, we'll slowly return to our offices however we are in no rush to do this. The safety of our employees is of utmost importance.
4 weeks of vacation to start, five sick days and two volunteer days (plus eleven paid holidays)
Competitive pay and comprehensive benefits package, with a bonus target of 15%
Flexible work schedule and relaxed dress code
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Experian is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. Our goal is to create a thriving, inclusive and diverse team where people love their work and love working together. We believe that diversity, equity and inclusion is essential to our purpose of creating a better tomorrow. We value the uniqueness of every individual and want you to bring your whole, authentic self to work. For us, this is The Power of YOU (~~~) and it ensures that we live what we believe.