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HR Generalist (1 Year Contract)

Date: May 8, 2023

Location: Remote, DE Remote, GB Remote, ES Stuttgart, DE

Company: Syniti


Syniti is an innovative, global leader in Enterprise Data Management. With smart and powerful resources like our award-winning software platform and premier consultants, Syniti helps the world’s top enterprises create unique advantage and value with their data. Whether the goal is bringing new products to market faster, accelerating time-to-value for a new ERP system or corporate acquisition, powering new AI/ML initiatives, or increasing profitability by eliminating inefficiencies, Syniti ensures your business’s data is a high-performing and trusted asset. Syniti is also a preferred data solution used by the world’s top system integrators, and a portfolio company of BridgeGrowth Partners LLC. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with offices in 25 countries around the world, Syniti operates in all global regions and industry verticals, and maintains a 100% client success rate across thousands of complex data projects and initiatives.


The Human Resources Generalist will act as the first point of contact for employees in the DACH region.

This person will work closely with regional leadership and the Human Resources team to deliver full-cycle HR service to employees and the business.

As a part of this role, the HR Generalist will work closely with the EMEA HR Director to carry out key employee based projects and programs.  A key component to this role is the incumbent’s ability to develop exceptional relationships with all stakeholders of the company, advising leadership on human resources management initiatives and programs, while serving as a part of Syniti’s EMEA HR team.

This role has been designated as a remote position allowing qualified talent throughout the listed country to be considered for the opportunity. 



  • Participate in the administration of Human Resources services as it relates to employee engagement, performance management, employee training and development, management development, and general employee relations
  • Work closely with the EMEA HR Director in the execution of employee-based programs
  • Partner with the business leader(s) to understand the key people issues. Identify opportunities to improve workplace culture and engagement
  • Provide local expertise on employment matters, maintain and update the Employee handbook and policy development as required
  • Coach management on performance management and other employee-related issues
  • Interpret and counsel all levels of management on the application of company policies, procedures, employee issues, and employment laws
  • Manage co-ordination of job interviews as well as provide HR representation in interviews
  • Support with new hire onboarding in the region; lead on the creation of contracts as required
  • Lead and engage local people initiatives e.g. Quarterly business meetings
  • Audit, maintain, and analyse employee data in the HRIS system to keep employee data up to date, while conducting trends analysis and identifying opportunities for improvement
  • Maintain compliance with European and local employment and benefits laws and regulations; manage changes as necessary
  • Proactively develop business and industry knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, conducting research and maintaining professional networks



  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Organizational Development, or a related field
  • 5+ years of progressive experience in an HR Generalist role
  • Previous work experience in a technology focused, professional services environment would be preferred
  • Ability to stay abreast of relevant legislation, rules and regulations that affect employees and the business
  • Experience with SuccessFactors or other HR systems
  • Excellent verbal and written communication; aptitude to effectively communicate with employees and leaders at various levels within the organization
  • Effective consulting, counselling and coaching skills
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of highly sensitive information
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Experience using Teams, Zoom or other video/audio communication platforms
  • Ability to travel up to 25%  


  • Trust that you are good at what you’re doing. At Syniti you will find a supportive environment and access to learning tools, but micromanagement is not our thing.
  • Growth. We are growing rapidly and steadily solving the biggest challenges enterprise companies are faced with today. There was never a better time to join and grow with us. Most importantly you will have the chance to shape our journey and share in our success story.
  • Support. We all rely on each other and enable each other to be successful. You won’t stand alone.
  • Curiosity and genuine interest in you. We all have our different stories, all equally fascinating with each depicting a different journey and we want to hear them all.
  • Recognition. We are the sum of individual achievements and we always take the time to celebrate them.
  • An open organisation. Hierarchies are not our thing and access is something we make sure of across the board. We are a family where everyone is just as important, everyone’s work is seen and ideas valued.