HR Manager


VIGNATE, IT, 20060

Req ID:  8982



For important industrial multinational Company we are looking for an HR Manager.


Job Summary:


Reporting to the HR Country Leader, the HR Manager will focus on two plants in Northern Italy including 4 legal entities and provide local partnership and advice to the local business leaders, while working in close collaboration with the other HR team members. The role will supervise 4 resources.

General Responsibilities:  


  • Execute HR plans, processes and programs aligned with business objectives and overall HR strategy;
  • Contribute to the development of a local business strategy, its implementation and communication through translation into measurable functional and individual objectives.
  • Develop and maintain the local HR policies. Ensure that HR practices and policies comply with statutory/government regulations;
  • Support operational activities such as employee life cycle activities and documentation, payroll checks and supervision, reporting, labor cost calculations, on and off boarding.
  • Provide local support during annual processes such as PMP (Performance management process), Development Planning, Compensation Planning cycle, Employee Engagement;
  • Support local managers on Organizational design;
  • Collaborate with and provide counsel and coaching to local leadership and managers, individual contributors, other HR team members on critical issues impacting the business and /or work environment to make sure these get resolved and to drive continuous improvement.
  • Manage and coordinate outsourcing vendors
  • Lead and participate in the negotiations with the unions and collective bargaining agreement, addressing union related issues (5 Trade Unions)
  • Monitor the correct application of labor law, CCNL rules and manage disciplinary/litigation procedures.
  • Supervise the Talent Acquisition, Training /& Development, Time & Attendance and Payroll processes


Workplace:  Eastern province of Milano. Travel required to other company sites in northern Italy.





  • Degree in business, organizational development, human resources or other related field or equivalent experience.


  • 3 to 8 years progressive HR experience
  • Demonstrated experience in HR operations combined with a working knowledge and application of safety, health, compensation, recruitment, performance management.
  • Knowledge/experience of employment laws in Italy
  • Demonstrated experience of working with local works councils and Unions.
  • Experience coaching and mentoring leaders and teams to achieve success.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Fluent English
  • Strong communication skills for building trust and relationships – listening, confrontation, situational leadership & coaching
  • Experience and comfort speaking and facilitating with small and large groups
  • Decision making and problem solving skills
  • Creativity and initiative with follow through
  • Planning and organizing
  • Drive for results with the ability to balance needs/ interests/demands and work in alignment with the objectives of multiple stakeholders



  • Other business experience (i.e., sales, operations, etc)
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge/experience with competencies for development or recruitment
  • Prior experience working within a complex matrix organization
  • Knowledge and experience in organizational development, team dynamics, leading and inspiring change in and throughout the organization

What we offer:


  • Dynamic international working environment
  • Smart Working Policy and flexible working time
  • Equity Grant program
  • Welfare program
  • Internal canteen
  • Linkedin learning access


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