Employee Relations Practitioner Job Job Details | O&L

kraatz marine pty ltd - walvis bay, namibia

15 days ago



PURPOSE OF THE POSITION


The position is responsible for promoting positive employee-employer relationships and ensuring a harmonious and productive work environment within the organisation. They serve as a mediator, advocate, and facilitator, addressing employee concerns, resolving conflicts, and supporting a culture of fairness, compliance, and effective communication.


QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE


  • Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management or Industrial Psychology, specialising in Labour Relations.
  • 5 years relevant experience within Employee Relations
  • In depth knowledge and experience in Industrial Relations and the Namibian Labour Act.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES


  • Mediate and resolve workplace conflicts and disputes, ensuring a fair and constructive resolution for all parties involved.
  • Promote open and transparent communication between employees and management, fostering trust and cooperation.
  • Educate employees on company policies, procedures, and relevant labor laws, and ensure compliance to minimize potential disputes and legal issues.
  • Plan and deliver training programs to equip employees with the skills and knowledge necessary for their roles, and assist in career development, such Chairing, and Initiating a Disciplinary Hearings.
  • Stay up to date with labor laws and regulations to ensure the organization's adherence, reducing legal risks.
  • Provide guidance to both the employee facing disciplinary action and the management team regarding the disciplinary process, its steps, and the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved.
  • Ensure that the disciplinary process is compliant with the organization's policies and procedures, as well as the Namibian labor laws and regulations, to maintain fairness and legal adherence.
  • Maintain detailed records of the disciplinary hearing proceedings, including notes, evidence, and statements, which may be needed for future reference or legal purposes.
  • Stay updated on relevant employment laws and regulations, ensuring company-wide compliance.
  • Support HR audits and compliance reporting as required.
  • Assist in the implementation and communication of all ER related policies and procedures.


O&L - a Great Place to Work.

Applicants meeting our requirements are invited to apply. O&L Group of Companies is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

"This position is subject to a pre-employment screening and vetting process, and by applying for this position, applicants acknowledge that they are aware that the Company reserves the right to carry out screening and pre-employment vetting for all shortlisted applicants. Certificate of Conduct issued by the Namibian Police (not older than 6 months) may be required from all shortlisted applicants."

Requisition ID: 4085

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