The HR department in RSA Scandinavia is now recruiting a Head of Employee Relations with engagement for developing and driving the employee relations agenda in close co-operation with the HR Community. The role will work in a Nordic context and the job requires ability to travel. The role will be placed in either Malmö, Copenhagen or Stockholm and be part of the HR Reward team. It’s an advantage if you want to be placed in Malmö.
In the role as Head of Employee Relations you will be responsible for developing and running the employment-related agenda in close collaboration with Business HR. You will support and advise the HR Business Partners as well as managers in complex labor law issues and if necessary, initiate training for HR managers, leaders and HR Business Partners to ensure the competences surrounding current legislation and collective agreements are up to date. You are also responsible for the relations with the employer organizations in each country and represent the company in negotiations and discussions regarding collective agreements. In addition, you proactively develop the collective agreement to better support the business transformation.
You will be responsible for nurturing the relationship with the trade unions in order to ensure that we have a good relationship built on trust. This includes to represent Codan and Trygg-Hansa in the European Work Council. In the role you should ensure that relevant laws and collective agreements are followed and adhered to. This includes the laws and regulations within the work environment area and the regulatory framework that we as a financial company are covered by.
In the role you will ensure adherence and compliance with labor law, work environment regulations, remuneration regulations and Company policy instructions.
Is it you we are looking for?
We are looking for you with at least 5-7 years of experience in similar roles. You have worked as a labor law specialist with deep knowledge of labor laws in at least one of the Scandinavian countries. Knowledge of labor laws in several Scandinavian countries is an advantage. We see that you have a relevant university degree or equivalent knowledge acquired otherwise. You have experience of working and achieving results in cross-organizational setups as well as in international business environments.
We are looking for you with business awareness and understanding as well as strong collaboration competence. You are used to have a consultative approach in the work style and can constructively challenge status quo. As a person you have strong influencing skills and high energy combined with analytical skills and high integrity. You have strong communication and language capabilities both in English and at least one of the Scandinavian languages.
In this recruitment we cooperate with HRM Affärsutveckling. Welcome with your application in the form of a personal letter and resumé by tapping on the attached link. For more information about the role, please contact the responsible recruitment consultant Åsa Gustafsson, email@example.com, or researcher Amanda Norstedt, Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 070-236 36 99.
We look forward to receiving your application!
Forena: Elisabeth Sandblom, 070-168 36 68
SACO: Lena Darin, 070-168 28 44
Trygg-Hansa has around 1,350 employees in 15 locations throughout the country and since 2007 we are part of the international RSA – one of the world’s six leading insurance groups. Read more about Trygg-Hansa at www.trygghansa.se. Follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/trygghansa and LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/trygg-hansa.