Credit Suisse is a leading global wealth manager with strong investment banking and asset management capabilities. Founded in 1856, Credit Suisse has expanded to be a global force employing over 45,000 people in 50 countries.
With new leadership, a new strategy and a streamlined global organization, we are set for growth. We partner across businesses, divisions and regions to create innovative solutions to meet the needs of our clients and to help our employees grow.
It is a high priority for us to continually invest in our employees by providing ongoing opportunities for training, networking and mobility.
Join us and let's shape the future of Credit Suisse together.The role of a Global Employee Relations SME and Strategic Project Support is an exciting new opportunity supporting the newly created Global Head of Employee Relations on the topic of the global reduction in force process. We offer
A challenging role within the Global Employee Relations ("ER") team responsible for ensuring central governance and, when possible, a globally consistent and efficient reduction in force ( RIF ) process which adheres to local laws
Responsible for building, obtaining approvals and communicating the annual global RIF guidelines and calendar
Coordinating dialogue among divisions / functions / countries for RIF windows, acting as a point of escalation / arbitration
You will also work collaboratively and build positive relationships with the strategically aligned HRBP teams, all regional ER, HR Advisor and employment law teams
As part of your responsibilities you will develop a RIF play book’ to, in part, provide the business and HR teams with high level estimates of processing time per geography as well as RIF communications guidance
Additionally you will function as strategic project support for the Global Head of Employee Relations, including assisting in the compilation, analyzation and communication of global RIF data and employee relations case tracking data
Ensure Diversity & Inclusion is taken into account with the development of any RIF related guidelines.
Educated to degree level, with at least 7 years of professional experience in human resources and / or employment law;
employee relations or HRBP experience preferred
Demonstrable track record in project management and successful delivery of complex projects
The understanding of business information needs and knowledge of how to translate them into reporting requirements and substantial decks, reports and / or analytics.
Advanced knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint and MS Office / Outlook.
Creative problem solving skills; Fosters innovation and creativity.
Strong Communication skills; confident in challenging and being challenged
Effective time management skills and comfort working independently.
A collaborative and positive team member with strong organizational skills.
The ability to work well under tight time constraints.
Willingness and ability to take accountability for actions.
Strong attention to detail.
Highly motivated, dedicated and results oriented, delivers client solutions.
Sound judgment and decision-making skills, even when the data is limited, unclear or questionable, and can quickly get to the heart of complex issues.
Ms. F. Reiss (HLOF 4) would be delighted to receive your application. Please apply via our career portal. Credit Suisse is an equal opportunity employer.
Embracing diversity gives us an ambitious advantage in the global marketplace and drives our success.