HR Business Partner - France - Saint Cloud Cedex - 13039BR

  • Provide professional support to the France HR manager/senior HRBP to ensure delivery of wide range of HR services in a dynamic fast-paced organization
  • Provides support in implementation of human resources policies, programs and services, including talent management, coaching employees and managers, job evaluations, and labor relations.


  • With management oversight provides human resources consultation, services and support to business units
  • Provides counsel and guidance to managers and employees regarding legal rules, company policies and procedures
  • Assists senior HRBP in the coaching, counseling, and providing guidance to managers on initial performance management issues
  • Ensure the logistics and the preparation of the agenda items for the meetings of the personnel bodies (Works council, personnel delegates, Working conditions committee)
  • Prepares and monitors the execution of the annual training plan, in liaison with the TO&D Department
  • Participates specific projects as determined by HR management including functional and cross-functional initiatives. May own small projects independently
  • Participates in talent management practices including reporting on trends and other HR metrics
  • Assist with the implementation of standardized HR process
  • Conducts exit interviews
  • Acts as a point of contact for all employees throughout their employment cycle
  • On an ad-hoc basis, supporting any global mobility into or from any of the France offices
  • Participates in internal investigations and complaints originating from various sources and prepares all required documentation in accordance with Investigation protocol to mitigate risk in a heavily regulated industry

France - HR team


  • Requires a Master degree in Human Resources or a related field and at least 2-4 years of experience in the field or in a related area
  • Fluency in French and English : written and verbal
  • Sound knowledge of France employment laws
  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals
  • Performs a wide variety of tasks with a degree of creativity and latitude
  • Proficiency on Microsoft Office suite
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