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People Business Partner - Networks, Not Specified, Ericsson Gmbh

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
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People Business Partner - Networks, Not Specified, Ericsson Gmbh
Australia, Melbourne, Melbourne,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: People business partner - networks


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Ericsson Australia is growing! As a result, We are now looking for a People Business Partner for the Networks Business, to drive our People Story securing a positive employee experience that makes it easy for us to focus on our business and our customers. In this role you will integrate our People Philosophies - that provide us with the visibility and transparency to understand how we make people related decisions. You will also implement actions and behaviour to empower everyone to perform at their very best and support Business Strategy.

The role can be based in Australia, Singapore, Philippines or Malaysia.
In this role, you would:
Encourage growth and career advancement among our Talents, in line with business direction
Foster a strong performance culture through clear expectations and the importance to Ericsson
Work closely with Talent Acquisition to attract the best talent.
Influence diversity standard processes & inclusion programs
Manage pay and recognition related matters.
Influence business direction through People analytics, strategic planning and advice. Manage Unit's Workforce planning, pyramids and Cost of workforce.
Be part of People Work Stream in Business Projects.
Guide leaders in adhering to our values, purpose and philosophies for a positive employee experience
Influence business direction through People analytics, strategic planning and advice.
As our ideal candidate, you will have:
BA / MA in HR Management or related field.
Broad understanding of diversity standard methodologies & inclusion programs, & its creation of greater business value
People (HR) Processes & Disciplines Knowledge
People SME Knowledge Areas
Coaching & Mentoring Skills
You may also have:
Change & Improvement Management Skills
Project Management Skills
Why Join Ericsson?

At Ericsson, you ll have an outstanding opportunity. The chance to use your skills and imagination to push the boundaries of what s possible. To build never seen before solutions to some of the world's toughest problems. You ll be challenged, but you won't be alone. You ll be joining a team of diverse innovators, all driven to go beyond the status quo to craft what comes next.

What Happens once you apply?

Click Here to find all you need to know about what our typical hiring process looks like.

Encouraging a diverse and inclusive organization is core to our values at Ericsson, that's why we nurture it in everything we do. We truly believe that by collaborating with people with different experiences we drive innovation, which is essential for our future growth. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply and realize their full potential as part of our Ericsson team.

Ericsson is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, learn more. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to all individuals participating in the application and interview process. If you need assistance or to request an accommodation due to a disability please reach out to.

We are proud to announce at Ericsson Australia, our employees have once again voted us as a Great Place to Work and we have been officially Certified in 2021. Every year, more than 10,000 organizations from over 60 countries partner with the Great Place to Work Institute for assessment, benchmarking and planning actions to strengthen their workplace culture and this Certification acknowledges our employees value their employee experience and our workplace culture.

Ericsson Australia Employee Benefits
Wellness: Ericsson Australia offers a variety of programs crafted to support your physical and emotional wellbeing
Paid Time Off: We encourage all employees to switch off to recuperate and recharge through paid time off.
Work Conditions: Looking to find better work / life balance? Speak to us about flexible work arrangements
Employee Discounts: We offer employees access to discounted health insurance, groceries and entertainment through our partner providers.
Employee Development: Working at Ericsson gives you access to Degreed, an integrated learning platform where you can learn, upskill, develop and measure your skills.
Awards: Ericsson values dedication, and we regularly recognize employee commitment through award programs i.e. service awards and peer recognition
Welcome to an inclusive, global company where your opportunity to make an impact is endless. Share your most innovative ideas, bring your unique perspective and bring your unique perspective in a speak up environment. With us, you will no longer be dreaming of what the future holds - you will be redefining it at a company where you're empowered to lead and perform at your very best. Being a part of our team means having the flexibility to take your career in many different directions, but it also means leveraging the supportive structure of a big organization, with clear personal and professional development opportunities. We believe that great accomplishments deserve great benefits and transparent rewards. We strive to offer competitive, unbiased, and fair rewards for all our people. We empower you to manage your own time and promote flexible working opportunities, along with family-friendly policies.

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