[L'Oreal Korea] HR Employee Relations Manager

[Key Job Accountabilities]
  • Operate, implement, and ensure the proper application of agreements made within units or countries in order to ensure a high-quality working environment, in particular with internal stakeholders and partners especially union.
  • Deploy HR legal policy by supporting the network, by evaluating practices within BUs, and by securing against potentially problematic situations.
  • Evaluate and secure against the corporate's HR legal risks, as well as within each BU, and implement a corrective/tailored action plan. Direct legal audits.
  • Represent and defend the interests of the Group from the HR perspectives internally and externally.
  • Handle all spectrums of Employee relations activities cooperating with all functions within Human Resources 
  • Conduct research and analysis on employee relations issues so that other managers, legal counsel, mediators, and external consultants are well-prepared for bargaining, negotiation, and dispute resolution procedures. 
  • Participate in negotiations and dispute resolution procedures with employees, unions, employer bodies, government agencies, labor relations authorities, and other relevant agencies so that the organization's interests are protected. 
  • Keep up-to-date with the employee relations climate in the organization and the industry and with proposed and actual changes in employee relations regulations, so that the organization’s employee relations policies remain current and relevant.
  • Audits the organization to identify employee relations issues. Recommends appropriate actions to issues and mitigate risks.
- Ensures all employee personnel actions are properly documented including investigations, discipline and terminations.
- Conducts investigations and responds to employee complaints of harassment, discrimination or unfair treatment, providing corrective action and resolution as appropriate.
  • Manage EAP program vendor and coordinate special sessions for EAP 

[Qualifications]
  • University graduate
  • At least 6 years’ experience in HR field
  • Good understanding and experience in Korea Labor Law 
  • Certified Public Labor Attorney preferred 
  • Fluent in both Korean and English
  • Computer skill proficiency : MS PPT, Excel, Word

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