— Bachelor’s Degree in IT, Business or related field or equivalent work experience
— 1+ years Workday system or other HRIS experience
— Strong attention to detail
— Works under general direction; must be able to work independently.
— 24 Paid Vacation Days and Additional Days Off
— Paid Sick Leaves
— Learning & Development
— English Classes
— Comfortable Office Location
— Office Wellbeing
— Team Building
— Travel: Business Trips to UK
— Gifts: New Year Gift, Birthday Gift, Welcome Box for New Starters
— Career Path and Mentorship Program
— Parental Leave: Maternity and Paternity Leave
— Referral Program: Active Program with Great Bonuses
— Relocation Support
— Performance Review and Bonus
— Medical Insurance and Sport Activities Compensation
— Executes and manages day-to-day People & Culture transactions in the Workday system.
— Collaborates with other People & Culture analysts across the globe to deliver on business requirements and technology.
— Partners with the People & Culture team and the business to understand technology needs and provide exceptional customer support.
— Manages and ensures the accuracy of all People & Culture data and reporting.
— Maintains, produces, and distributes regular required (weekly/ monthly/annually) reports to employees, managers, People & Culture, Finance, Payroll, Senior Business Leaders
— Identifies and supports the implementation of process improvements to gain efficiency and ensure data integrity throughout the Workday system.
— Ensures that SLAs are maintained and escalates when appropriate.
The Analyst People & Culture role is responsible for managing and reporting on Aristocrat’s people data using the Workday system. This role requires great attention to detail and an appetite for constantly improving People & Culture system, processes, and reports.