Credit Suisse is a leading global wealth manager withstrong investment banking and asset management capabilities. Founded in 1856,Credit Suisse has expanded to be a global force employing over 45,000 people in50 countries.
With new leadership, a new strategy and a streamlined globalorganization, we are set for growth. We partner across businesses, divisionsand regions to create innovative solutions to meet the needs of our clients andto help our employees grow.
It is a high priority for us to continually investin our employees by providing ongoing opportunities for training, networkingand mobility.
Join us and let's shape the future of Credit Suisse together.
The opportunity to partner with internal stakeholdersincluding the Human Resources business partners and HR specialists, Compliance,Legal, Employment Law, General Counsel, Security Services, Sourcing and VendorManagement and Line Management
A challenging rolesuccessfully managing the most complex and high profile grievance and disciplinarycases primarily in Hong Kong, taking into account legal obligations, regulatoryexpectations and the bank’s risk appetite and ensuring effective riskmanagement at all times
The ability to act as aDisciplinary or Grievance Decision Manager : applying extensive employeerelations / employment law experience and knowledge to manage cases quickly,effectively and professionally, ensuring that the risk to the bank is mitigatedand that decisions reached are fair, consistent and in line with legalobligations and regulatory expectations
The opportunity topartner with internal stakeholders including the Human Resources business partners andCompliance, Legal, Employment Law to ensure theright outcomes are achieved
The chance to supportthe Head of Employee Relations in influencing and driving the direction of thestrategy across the APAC region
Representation of theteam on ad-hoc APAC and / or global projects and tasks as directed by the Head ofEmployee Relations, e.
g. development of Employee Relations related e-learninginitiatives
Youhave a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related disciplines.
Extensive experience asan ER Specialist, ideally obtained within a demanding financial servicesenvironment
A demonstratedunderstanding of the Hong Kong employment law and regulatory frameworks(exposure to, and a full appreciation of, the regulatory environment and theregulator’s expectations in the context of employee conduct / disciplinarymatters is essential)
Experience dealing witha wide range of complex first and second stage grievances and disciplinaries
Experience workingwithin a complex, fast paced and challenging business environment
A demonstrated abilityto partner effectively with key internal stakeholders including senior businessmanagers
Confidence, gravitasand credibility together with a robust and resilient personality