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Move your career forward by working in Mozilla’s People Team as a Senior HR Operations Analyst, EMEA/APAC in our Berlin office. We’re looking for a positive, thoughtful, and industrious HR professional who wants to make a company-wide impact by contributing to a positive Mozilla employee experience in our EMEA/APAC regions.
You are able to be in the Berlin office two days a week.
Manage relocation and immigration into and away from EMEA/APAC
Work with our in-house payroll team to ensure employees are paid correctly and on time
Complete the Germany Employment Agency form for any former employees up until 3 months after their exit.
Represent EMEA/APAC for projects related to Workday and other HR systems as needed
Manage processes such as employment verification; LOA verification; liaison with payroll, health insurances, government bodies and document filing / storage
Process terminations in coordination with Payroll, Legal and Global People Operations team
Enter employee changes in Workday, such as new hires, terms, leave of absence, promotions, etc.
Assist with the “wet signature” process in Germany and coordinate signatures across European subsidiaries
The requires working in the Mozilla Berlin office two days a week to assist with in person employee needs and requests.
Manage our outside brokers to ensure our benefits and pension coverage are compliant with various EMEA/APAC laws
Coordinate with the Global People Operations and Payroll team on needs/requests related to employee leaves, benefit changes, etc
Responsible for EMEA/APAC vendor management and invoices, renewals, compliance, legislative updates as relates to benefits, compensation and leaves
Manage the LOA process for EMEA/APAC
Provide a local new hire total rewards orientation on a regular basis
Lead yearly benefits roadshow
Act as a resource for the interpretation of Human Resources policies and benefit plans administration. Communicate new policies and/or changes to existing policies/programs.
Be an advocate for local best practices across EMEA and APAC
Coordinate with the Global Compensation team for EMEA/APAC specific needs/requests, including compensation guidelines
Consult on EMEA/APAC offers outside of guidelines as needed
Advise on compensation changes for EMEA and APAC employees during the merit and promotion timeframes as needed
The ideal candidate will have:
5 years of HR experience in Germany and an understanding of general HR practices for other EMEA and / or APAC countries.
At least 2-3 years experience in standard compensation matrices and benefits programs within Germany and more broadly EMEA and / or APAC - ideally within a tech environment
Developed skills in Google Suite, Powerpoint and Excel
Practical experience in people operations, compensation, benefits and general HR practices
Ability to manage outside vendors to ensure Mozilla creates a positive employee experience related to benefits and compensation
Exceptional attention to detail and strong follow-up skills
Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion
Ability to operate with flexibility and adapt to a fast-changing environment
Workday experience (preferred)
Professional fluency in English required; German and / or French language skills are a plus
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