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3 - 5 Years
SPECIALIST, COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
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The Specialist, Compensation & Benefits at Foot Locker Europe, is part of the COE Total Rewards team, reporting to our Corporate office in New York.
The role is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation and delivery of Compensation and Benefits programs, guidelines and systems in Europe and Asia Pacific, covering more than 20 countries and store and non-store employees.
Under the supervision of the Senior Manager, Compensation & Benefits, the specialist is also responsible for ensuring that programs are competitive and consistently administered in compliance with company policies and applicable labour regulations, and in line with company strategies.
Analyze and Benchmark the effectiveness and competitiveness of existing Compensation and Benefits programs, policies and procedures, recommending plan revision or new programs.
Partner with regional HR, corporate teams and Third Party Vendors to administer, execute and implement Compensation and Benefit processes and programs.
Maintain and monitor the organization’s salary structure to ensure a balance between cost control, legal compliance and attracting and retaining staff, utilizing the HR System and other reporting tools.
Act as a subject matter expert by providing insightful analysis and expertise on Compensation and Benefits matters (including analyzing data, collating and presenting results and recommendations).
Support regular and ad-hoc reporting and data analysis to support business needs.
Participate or lead global and regional Compensation and Benefits projects and other strategic initiatives, such as productivity initiatives and other cross-functional improvement projects.
Support global grading for new and existing roles in line with Global Grading design and guidelines.
Degree in Finance, Human Resources, Business Administration or similar related discipline.
Minimum of 3-5 years of Compensation and Benefits and HR experience.
International mindset, experience within a multinational company is a plus.
Fluent in English is required, and Dutch or German is a plus.
Highly developed analytical skills.
Advanced Microsoft Excel skills, knowledge of PeopleSoft or other HRMS is a plus.
Ability to diagnose problems and think out of the box.