UK - Reward & Benefits Analyst, Human Resources

Term: Permanent
Reports to: Head of Reward & HR Systems
Practice group: Human Resources
Location: UK
The department

The Reward and HRIS Team are a pivotal part of the overall delivery of our HR Strategy. The team collaborate with the business helping to shape our approach to reward, benefits, and data-driven decision-making. With the global roll out of SAP Success Factors due to hit the UK, Ireland, and Middle East region in 2023, this is an exciting time to join a busy but supportive team.

Purpose of role

To support the provision of professional reward & benefits solutions for the UKIME offices focusing on the implementation of reward initiatives and projects aligned to the strategic priorities of the firm.

Responsibilities

Benefits

  • Provide support and direction to the firm in maintaining and developing a market-competitive benefit offering
  • Delivery of benefits via the flexible benefits system ensures excellence in communicating those benefits to drive up participation and engagement
  • Support the service provided by third-party suppliers of benefits and rewards-related policies and products.
  • Maintain an awareness of up-to-date market information on current and future reward & benefit developments including those arising because of legislative changes

Compensation

  • Work with the Head of Reward & Systems and HR Business Partnering team to review/implement reward programs, policies, and processes
  • Utilize a variety of market intelligence sources to ensure reward packages are appropriate
  • Provide expertise and advice on compensation-related issues
  • Make recommendations for proposals for changes to compensation
  • Assist with the analysis of market data and the planning, delivery, and implementation of the annual salary review process for all employees based in the UK
  • Conduct benchmarking and market analysis in relation to all UK roles, providing recommendations for change where necessary
  • Contribute to the overall reward strategy of the firm

Pensions

  • Maintain the relationship between the firm and its pensions advisors ensuring clear communication and compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Member of the pension governance committee

Projects & Other

  • Participate and where appropriate lead on reward-related projects as required
  • Provide advice and guidance on compensation packages and health and risk policies
  • Leverage the relationship with our health and risk providers to support the Dentons Health and Wellbeing Strategy
Required experience, skills and attributes
  • Graduate Calibre or equivalent
  • Previous experience in a reward or benefits role
  • Proven technical understanding of health and risk benefits
  • Practical understanding of benchmarking methodologies, particularly Willis Towers Watson
  • Good data manipulation skills, able to present data in a clear and concise method
  • Highly developed communication and organization skills

Personal Attributes

  • Capable of thinking strategically and providing pragmatic and commercial advice
  • Proven influencing and negotiating skills
  • Proven project management skills
  • Capable, creative, and responsive
  • Previous experience working in a professional services firm is desirable
  • Good stakeholder manager
  • Ability to maintain focus on long term requirements
  • Team-oriented person
The firm

Dentons is the world's largest law firm, delivering quality and value to clients around the globe. Dentons is a leader on the Acritas Global Elite Brand Index, a BTI Client Service 30 Award winner, and recognized by prominent business and legal publications for its innovations in client service, including founding Nextlaw Labs and the Nextlaw Global Referral Network. Dentons' polycentric approach and world-class talent challenge the status quo to advance client interests in the communities in which we live and work.  www.dentons.com.

Diversity & Inclusion

Essential to our success as a global law firm is our ability to attract and retain the best talent from a diverse range of backgrounds. We want a work environment where everyone can reach their potential and we have an inclusive culture that respects individual differences.

We undertake and support a number of internal and external initiatives aimed at increasing diversity within the profession and we encourage all our partners and staff to get involved. We welcome you to learn more about diversity and inclusion at Dentons.

Equal opportunities

Dentons is committed to providing equal opportunities for all. We welcome applications from candidates with disabilities and support those in the workplace who have a disability. Any disability disclosure will be dealt with confidentially and sensitively and if you want to speak directly to a member of our team, please email recruitment.matters@dentons.com.

 

Important update regarding job applications:

As part of the program of continued global investment in our people, the Firm is switching to a new job application system on February 20th, 2023.

This role may be reposted on February 20th. If so, it will include a note of this reference number: AH1913 to allow you to avoid duplicate applications.

If you have any questions you can read more here https://www.dentons.com/en/careers/careers-in-the-united-kingdom or contact the team at recruitment.matters@dentons.com if you require any assistance.

 

NO AGENCIES PLEASE

If you are interested in applying for this position, we welcome direct applications via our careers page, but if you have any questions beforehand, please email recruitment.matters@dentons.com – Enquiries only please, applications will not be accepted via email.

Please note that we will not accept unsolicited CVs sent to the business, nor will we accept any associated terms of business.