Employee Relations Officer Jobs

Employee Relations Officers work at both a strategic and operational level to manage various personnel policies that affect people at work. These issues include working conditions, performance management, equal opportunities, maternity/paternity leave, absence management and grievance procedures.

What does an Employee Relations Officer do?

Employee Relations Officers will work with groups of employees, union representatives and line managers across a variety of tasks including designing new policies; acting as a consultant to line managers on the implementation of policies; assisting in the resolution of specific disciplinary or grievance cases, including acting as an arbiter between the employee and line manager and carrying out formal consultation procedures on a variety of issues as required by law.

The Employee Relations Officer will also be involved in negotiating with trade unions on issues relating to pay and working conditions; providing accurate advice on issues arising from employment contracts and legislation; preparing staff handbooks to ensure that the workforce is aware of company policies and ensuring that grievance handling and disciplinary proceedings are carried out in line with company policy and national legislation.

Job Listings

  1. Recruitment Resourcer - Industrial Division

    Location: Paisley

    Salary: £16000 to £18000 p/a

    Category: Recruitment Consultancy

    Stafffinders have a fantastic opportunity for a dedicated and ambitious Industrial Recruitment Resourcer to join our fast-paced and growing Paisley office.  This key role would be ideal for somebody looking to break into, then make their mark in the recruitment sector, with the long-term aim of progressing to a full ...

  2. Head of Engineering & Technical Recruitment

    Location: Paisley

    Salary: £28000 to £32000 p/a

    Category: Recruitment Consultancy

    “Successful and ambitious Engineering & Technical Recruiter, commercially focused with a target driven attitude, a fierce competitive streak and a desire to help develop and nurture colleagues.”
    If you were writing about yourself in the third person, would this describe you??? If the answer is no, then thanks, but perhaps give ...