Hertz started as a 12 car operation in Chicago in 1918 and has since grown into the world’s leading car rental company with over 11,000 locations throughout 140 countries.
The secret of our success is no secret, really - it lies in providing rewarding career paths, fostering personal achievement and celebrating our collective success.
Being # 1 takes talent, a clear vision of the road ahead, a driving passion for excellence, but most of all, great people.
What is this role all about?
The Industrial and Employee Relations Expert reports to the HR Business Partner. The purpose of this position is to facilitate the organizational models and optimization of labor costs, defining and ensuring the execution of the personnel administration in order to satisfy the company’s personnel needs and standards, in accordance with company standards and procedures.
Main Tasks and Responsibilities :
Providing internal consultancy on the legislation governing labor relations and collective bargaining
Supporting from legal point of view the concerns relating to employment issues (hiring / terminations / extensions / working hours / holidays / unpaid / paid leaves / work injuries / transfers, etc ...)
Handling local labour relations in supporting the HR team in negotiations and case management, removing bottle necks and addressing critical issues
Ensuring compliance to company global guidelines in the relationship with Unions, workers’ representatives, labor authorities and employees
Managing disciplinary actions and labor disputes,interfacing with external lawyers and labor consultants
Ensuring adherence to HR rules and company procedures and suggests internal policies as needed
Driving HR decisions on complex cases with significant financial and legal risk for the organization
Technical Skills :
Excellent knowledge of the labor law
Excellent knowledge of personnel administration
Excellent knowledge of HR Management principles and practices
Excellent knowledge of English
Personal Skills : Accountability
Resilience and put passion in what you do
Result orientation & leadership
Education and Experience :
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in law
Minimum 5 years’ experience in labour law / employee relations specialist role
In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with excellent career opportunities, training & development, staff discount programme and many more.