HR and Payroll Manager
Job Title / Role: HR and Payroll Manager
Type: Full Time
Contact: Bethany Hayter
The Bee Ethical Group is a Lottery Management and Software provider operating in the Third Sector. It also delivers high performance marketing solutions for its charitable partners.
At Bee Ethical, we're proud to be different. We believe in building strong relationships that bring amazing people together to make remarkable things happen.
Our teams are composed of diverse thinkers who thrive on the challenge of fundraising in an ever-evolving world.
Innovation is at the heart of everything we do, from the content we create to how we engage, inspire, promote, and manage our projects.
We're passionate about investing in both our people and impactful initiatives, and we welcome partnerships with organisations that share our values.
Join the team at an exciting and pivotal time in our company's growth.
As HR and Payroll Manager you will play a pivotal role in ensuring that transactional processes relating to HR and payroll are delivered efficiently and effectively and are compliant with legislation. We are looking for an individual who is passionate about ethical HR practices and is eager to contribute to Bee Ethical’s sustained growth.
What you’ll get from us:
£35,000 per annum
Hybrid Working (1 day from home a week initially)
Company Pension Scheme
Private Medical Insurance
Company Bonus Scheme
Annual CIPD Membership paid for by the company
Training and Development Support
What you’ll have:
CIPD Level 5 qualified, ideally a member of CIPD
Practical experience as an HR and Payroll Manager or similar
Extensive knowledge of HR best practices, employment law and regulations
Experienced with Microsoft Office
Familiar with using and navigating SharePoint
Personable with strong communication and relationship building capabilities across all levels of the business
Problem-solving capabilities, approaching challenges with practical and logical solutions.
Proven experience in payroll administration.
Confidentiality and ethics in handling sensitive payroll information.
Ensure compliance with employment legislation and best practices to mitigate risks and uphold ethical HR standards.
Continuously monitor, review and update HR policies and procedures, ensuring alignment with current legislation.
Employee relations – ensure managers adhere to policies and procedures when conducting investigations and disciplinary hearings, performance reviews, flexible working requests and other employee relations cases that may arise.
Provide expert advice to managers and staff on various HR issues and policies.
Negotiate terms and conditions of employment with staff to ensure a fair and mutually beneficial working relationship.
Utilise HR systems to access, input and compile data ensuring accurate and up-to-date records.
Support the recruitment co-ordinator with recruitment campaigns, ensuring seamless onboarding of new team members.
Work in partnership with the Head of People and Culture to identify individual and team development needs.
Calculate wages and salaries based on employees' worked hours, factoring in commission payments, expenses and overtime compensation
Issue employees’ wages by electronic transfer
Issuing tax forms and related documentation and assisting employees to complete them
Prepare and issue tax forms and related documentation, assisting employees in completing them. Deduct tax and insurance payments accurately.
Address and resolve employee issues related to timesheets, payslips, and other payroll matters, ensuring employee satisfaction and timely resolution.
Bank Record Management: Make necessary changes to employee bank records to facilitate accurate payment processing through direct deposits.
Due to the location of the office, it is essential that you drive as there are no public transportation links.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £35,000.00 per year
Employee mentoring programme
Private medical insurance