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Specialist, Employee Relations

IAG - Millers Point, NSW

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin


At IAG, we live and work by our purpose to make your world a safer place. We are motivated by a unique culture that celebrates honesty, creativity, empathy, equity and collaboration. We call it the IAG way, and it means we all share a ‘ready for anything’ mindset that sets the tone for positive actions and positive outcomes. We put heart into everything we do which guides us to create amazing things for our customers, our people and our communities.
We’re brimming with ideas, ambition and a readiness to apply bold thinking and risk awareness to make a difference where it matters most.
As the largest general insurance group in Australia and New Zealand, we own some of the region’s most trusted brands, including NRMA Insurance, CGU, SGIO, SGIC and WFI. We are ready for anything.
The Role
The purpose of the role and your unique contribution is to provide specialist, compliant and trusted Employee Relations/Industrial Relations recommendations and advice to P&C, IAG leaders and their teams. The role ensures our people can perform at their best through ensuring a safe and inclusive place to work supported by fit-for-purpose policies and procedures that enable the future of work, embrace IAG’s Purpose and promote the achievement of the IAG strategic priorities.

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage and execute employee relations initiatives that promote the future of work, flexibility, an exemplary employee experience, diversity and inclusion, trust across the organisation, safety, ethical decision making and a culture of doing the right thing.
  • Identify risk management opportunities through partnering with P&C and business leaders on all (basic to complex) employee relations matters as part of project work and or business as usual work activity
  • Represent IAG at the Fair Work Commission (Australia), Australian Human Rights Commission, Employment Authority (New Zealand) and Courts (Australia and New Zealand).
  • Maintain all people policies, procedures and documentation to the agreed quality standards and ensure they are Purpose aligned and drive the best people experience.
  • Monitor external trends and the legislative, case law and regulatory environment to ensure a contemporary approach to employee relations and ongoing compliance.
  • Proactively engage with and influence key internal and external stakeholders and partners including the Finance Sector and Public Service Association Unions and relevant regulators.

Skills & Experience
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications – Human Resources, Employee Relations, Law, Business or Health and Safety
  • Experience as an Employee Relations practitioner
  • Proven ability to translate complex and technical employee relations issues into pragmatic and plain language solutions
  • Proven ability to advise on the people components of business transactions and projects
  • Ability to work autonomously and proactively, as well as part of a high performing team
  • Strategic mindset – able to anticipate employee relations issues and take an active approach resolving them
  • Courage and ability to challenge and influence stakeholders
  • Demonstrated experience coaching and upskilling leaders and HR practitioners in employee relations issues
  • Proven ability to actively keep abreast of changes in external environment and translate into internal environment
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively across whole of function and broader group to reach common approach
  • Mediation and settlement expertise.
  • Experience working across Australian and New Zealand (desired)
  • Experience at a leading global or ASX top 50 company (desired)

Ready for anything? Let’s talk.
Start your career journey with us and click ‘Apply’! Applications close on 2 June 2021.
IAG rewards and recognises its people with generous benefits, career development opportunities and real work-life balance. Employees also enjoy 13% superannuation, up to 50% insurance discounts, flexible work and leave options, generous parental leave and return to work programs, various corporate partner discounts and a people-focused culture that celebrates achievements big and small.
Creating a workforce that actively embraces diversity, inclusion and a sense of belonging is key to our success. We believe in treating everyone fairly which means that inclusion, removing barriers, striving for equity and embracing diversity are woven through our values and behaviours. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities and are committed to providing a work environment that enables you to thrive, whatever your circumstances. If we can provide support with access requirements, alternative work arrangements please advise us via your application.
IAG has committed to the reconciliation movement in Australia for First Nations people and focus on providing a safe and supportive work environment for all our employees. More information on our Reconciliation Action Plan can be found on our company website.