Teya exists to make sure that every small and growing business in Europe has the opportunity to thrive. We want to become Europe’s go-to software solution for these businesses, simplifying their every day and helping them reconnect with the joy of running their business. Teya was born in 2019 and is home to over 2,000 employees in 15+ countries. We've built a fast-paced, energetic, and innovative environment that is dedicated to bringing the best solutions to customers.
You will be part of our People team, working closely with different regional teams within the business. A strong and talented team that’s people-driven, inquisitive by heart and supports every decision based on carefully collected and organised information! They empower our business and our customers’ daily routine by identifying amazing people, with entrepreneurial minds and the correct attitude, ready to change the world. You’ll help this team tailor the future of the company!
In this role you will have the opportunity to:
- Play a crucial role in ensuring that we implement a consistent and fair approach to compensation across all departments. You will be responsible for managing total compensation and ensuring that it is in line with our philosophy and the objective to reward performance and retain talent.
- Develop and implement compensation and benefits strategies, policies and processes that support the company’s goals and objectives.
- Conduct regular compensation analysis and establish best practices to ensure that we remain competitive in the market and that total compensation (including regular salaries, stock options, pensions and any other types of employee benefits) is fair and consistent across all departments and regions, while complying with local legislations and pay equity;Manage the company’s equity compensation plan, including the administration of stock options and other equity-based incentives, in a fair, consistent, and performance-oriented culture.
- Work with department leaders to analyse team and individuals performance and align changes on compensation based on it.
- Provide expert guidance and support to our leaders and employees on compensation and benefits related issues.
- Proactively anticipate our gaps and areas for development by staying up-to-date with industry developments, market practices and understanding their relevance to us.
- Conduct job evaluations to determine appropriate salary level and make recommendations for adjustments.
- Manage and work with budgets for compensation and benefits, ensuring that we maximise value while ensuring we’re cost-effective.
- Use strong technical skills and experience with implementing systems to efficiently improve our processes (systems and automations are key), and create reports and insights to drive better decision making.
- Model compensation scenarios to determine the impact of changes on the overall compensation program.
- Continuously learn and develop skills to enhance their expertise in compensation and benefits and the broader People department area.
You don’t need to have a lot of experience – as long as you are eager to learn and improve every day, we welcome your application. Somewhere in your life, you’ve understood that you thrive on human connections and you have the gift to identify growth potential. You enjoy working in a very fast-paced environment and you can balance multiple tasks. You’re a good communicator, with excellent soft skills and a hands-on approach when it comes to working. Some important requirements would be:
- At least 2-3 years of previous experience in compensation and equity, with a focus on developing and implementing compensation programs.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to interpret and communicate complex compensation data.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong relationships across all levels of the business.
- Strong project management skills and the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
- Energy, commitment, personal integrity and ability to be trusted with confidential information.
- Knowledge of HR laws, regulations, and best practices applicable in various countries, departments and seniority levels’.
- Technical skills, including the ability to code and work with data analysis tools, and experience with implementing systems to automate processes and drive efficiency.
- Attention to detail is essential.
- Ability to take initiative and work individually as well as part of a team.
- Competitive salary and stock options;
- Physical and mental health support through our partnership with GymPass giving free access to over 1,500 gyms in the UK, 1-1 therapy, meditation sessions, digital fitness and nutrition apps;
- Cycle to Work Scheme;
- Health and Life Insurance;
- Pension Scheme;
- 25 days of Annual leave (+ Bank holidays);
- Possibility to travel to different offices around Europe;
- Professional development support through an L&D allowance to select courses that align with your career goals;
- Office snacks every day;
- Friendly, comfortable and informal office environment in Central London;
- Flexible working hours, as long it suits both you and your team;
Teya is for forward-thinkers and change-makers. We give greater priority to a growth mindset and the desire to learn over experience. We put our people first and focus on giving them the opportunities and challenges that foster personal growth. To build high-performing teams, we’re always looking for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences to join us.
All CVs and supporting documents must be submitted in English.
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