'- Deep understanding and experience to work with Japanese labor law - Fluency in both Japanese (N1 or N2) and English (in spoken and written) - Minimum of 5 years of Co-workers Relations management or equivalent - Leadership / Create and lead strategy - Experience from a managerial position with global assignments - International work experience in a multicultural environment
• Ensure the relevant global people policies and standards are fully supported by the management team, implemented across the country and lived up to (e.g. Code of Conduct, co-worker relations principles) • Establish and foster an ongoing open dialogue with co-workers, their associations and other organisations, contributing to successful negotiations with worker’s council/labour union. • Lead the development of country HR policies and procedures in line with employment law compliance and secure implementation and follow up • Contribute expertise to leadership development in relation to co-worker relations, behaviours and trust throughout the organisation. • Lead the I Share process on country level. • Lead and develop the problem resolution process on country level, securing consistent execution and follow-up, and secure analysis of root causes. • Protect IKEA as an employer from potential threats by implementing and following a common way of managing labour issues on country level. • Identify, evaluate and monitor actual and potential labour issues evolving internally or externally that could create significant risks for IKEA. • Lead and follow up on IKEA’s employment standards and compliance in all units • Lead and develop the health and wellbeing framework
ABOUT THIS WORK AREA
[PURPOSE OF JOB] To lead the overall country co-worker relationsstrategy and follow up together with the organisation upholding our global Co-worker relations principles and code of conduct. Securing the conditions for an engaging and healthy working environment where co-workers develop and perform.
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