HR Reporting Data Analysis Specialist

Employer: British American Tobacco
  • Human Resources - Psychology
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • nationwide
    Updated at: 05.12.2020
    Short company description

    British American Tobacco is a leading tobacco group, with brands sold in more than 200 markets. We employ more than 57,000 people and, with over 200 brands in our portfolio, we make the cigarette chosen by one in eight of the world’s one billion adult smokers. We hold robust market positions in each of our four regions – Americas; Asia-Pacific; Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa; and Western Europe – and we are leaders in more than 60 markets.


    If you…

    Understand HR data and how this can be gathered, manipulated and transformed into business information
    Focus on continuous improvement opportunities, looking for new and better ways of doing things, challenging traditional methodologies and finding new combinations of old elements to form innovative solutions


    Alteryx and Excel skills
    Experience in Matrix coordination
    Data analytical skills and problem-solving capabilities to identify significant process risks and efficient and effective key controls, as well as understand and analyse root cause.
    The ability to communicate effectively with a wide internal audience – senior multiple stakeholders (particularly in email correspondence) and influence and persuade them to take action
    Creative thinking, communication, influencing, analytical and problem-solving skills
    The ability to understand and challenge different points of view; influence and modify strong opinions; adjust to changing work priorities; manage multiple workstreams at the same time
    High level of confidentiality on sensitive issues


    A self-starter, capable of working with minimal supervision
    Fluent in both written and spoken English

    You are ready to apply!


    What you will be doing…

    Run and consolidate Success Factors Retrospective Leavers Report & Leavers Reports, prepare the outcome for validation with regional GBS-HR Leads
    Engage and work closely with End Markets to access, collect and consolidate feedback and relevant information to produce final Leaver Impact Report
    Collaborate with System Owners to ensure support assistance to relevant parties in performing and managing internal enquires on investigation of data analysis details
    Maintain close engagement with Auditors to make sure SOX controls are tested and approved
    Deliver analytical insights of final Leaver Impact Report to agreed distribution list and Senior Stakeholders, prepare well-structured information dashboards for Board Members level
    Provides objective analysis to support data interpretation and has a key role in managing the expectation of possible data outputs and insights into performance measures
    Coordinate with End Markets to understand the root cause and to ensure that any necessary action plans because of an identified retrospective leaver or late leaver breach are generated timely are appropriate and embedded across BAT
    Perform quality assurance checks and identify risks
    Ensure control is operated and completed in a timely manner
    Trains and support stakeholders in correctly managing Exit/ Termination Process
    Identify continuous improvement opportunities with the purpose of activity simplification, automation and for the adoption of better ways to work
    Influence key stakeholders, clearly communicating remediation and compliance monitoring results, and ensuring management buy in for areas of responsibility
    Defines and implements processes, procedures and models

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