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Associate HR Partner

Checkout.com

Checkout.com

People & HR
Ebène, Quatre Bornes, Mauritius
Posted on Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Company Description

Checkout.com is one of the most exciting fintechs in the world. Our mission is to enable businesses and their communities to thrive in the digital economy. We’re the strategic payments partner for some of the best known fast-moving brands globally such as Wise, Hut Group, Sony Electronics, Homebase, Henkel, Klarna and many others. Purpose-built with performance and scalability in mind, our flexible cloud-based payments platform helps global enterprises launch new products and create experiences customers love. And it's not just what we build that makes us different. It's how.

We empower passionate problem-solvers to collaborate, innovate and do their best work. That’s why we’re on the Forbes Cloud 100 list and a Great Place to Work accredited company. And we’re just getting started. We’re building diverse and inclusive teams around the world — because that’s how we create even better experiences for our merchants and our partners. And we need your help. Join us to build the digital economy of tomorrow.

Job Description

The Team

The Regional People Partners scope of work spans across partnering and operations, acting as advisors to the business and the People team in the region they oversee.

Regional People Partners combine credible activism, culture and change stewardship and our role as organizational developers to build and strengthen Checkout.com’s colleague experience across the globe.

The Role

We are looking for a dedicated colleague to share responsibility for the health, compliance and engagement of the region. You will help build, optimize and iterate on the core components across the employee lifecycle.

You will have good working knowledge for your role, including the basics around employment law and best employment practices, as well as experience of and/or capability as a partner to drive value across the talent agenda regionally.

  • People Team – Be knowledgeable on the Mauritius employment law and customs for the HR team.

  • Law - Stay current with employment legislation and support developing People policies and processes to meet employment law regulations and requirements.

  • Employee lifecycle - Support and drive people management processes such as joiners, leavers, and absences.

  • Support People programs and processes, such as regular employee engagement surveys, performance cycles, and compensation cycles.

  • Development - Collaborate with the Regional Lead on training and development initiatives.

  • Culture champion - Foster an inclusive culture in harmony with our values and be the central point of contact for all cultural activities.

  • Admin - Support administrative work across the region, and assist and support team members with their day-to-day requests for information needed from the People team

  • Benefits - Support with the implementation of benefit programs locally, understanding how to drive an attractive and competitive offering and working closely with the Global HR team for parity

  • Employee Relations - Build on a solid foundational knowledge of local ER issues, seeking simplicity in complexity and developing the organization's zero tolerance policy to misconduct and poor performance.

  • Employee Engagement - Support with the running of quarterly, bi-annual engagement reporting and implementation of new initiatives.

  • Compliance – Uphold a high standard of people compliance across systems, audits and any regulatory requirements.

  • Employer Branding - Support on employer branding initiatives by promoting our values, culture, and creating opportunities to attract top talent.

  • Collaborate on general projects globally and regionally.

  • Performing other duties as required by the Regional Lead.

Qualifications

  • Familiarity and proven experience with employment law and employee relations in Mauritius.

  • Degree in Human Resource Management, or equivalent.

  • 2-3 years’ of working experience as an HR Generalist.

  • Creates collaborative relationships through effective communication and customer focus.

  • Experience delivering multiple change projects simultaneously.

  • Ability to build and maintain effective relationships with stakeholders up to manager level.

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, especially in English and French.

  • High level of drive, enthusiasm and resilience with ability to work under pressure

  • Comfortable with ambiguity, ability to flex and adapt and resilient through periods of change.

Additional Information

Apply without meeting all requirements statement

If you don't meet all the requirements but think you might still be right for the role, please apply anyway. We're always keen to speak to people who connect with our mission and values.

We believe in equal opportunities

We work as one team. Wherever you come from. However you identify. And whichever payment method you use.

Our clients come from all over the world — and so do we. Hiring hard-working people and giving them a community to thrive in is critical to our success.

When you join our team, we’ll empower you to unlock your potential so you can do your best work. We’d love to hear how you think you could make a difference here with us.

We want to set you up for success and make our process as accessible as possible. So let us know in your application, or tell your recruiter directly, if you need anything to make your experience or working environment more comfortable. We’ll be happy to support you.

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