Xerox Director of Benefits in MX, United Kingdom
Xerox Corporation is a $22 billion leading global enterprise for business process and document management with over 140,000 employees serving customers in 160 countries. Through its broad portfolio of technology and services Xerox provides the essential back-office support that clears the way for clients to focus on what they do best - their real business.
Director of Benefits (Eastern Hemisphere)
The Director, Benefits Design, Planning and Administration is influential and has accountabilities for all benefits programs across the Eastern Hemisphere. The role is responsible for driving Xerox’s (The Company) competitive position in the labor market by developing and implementing new benefit strategies. The world of Xerox is transforming, as is the world of benefits, and to be successful he/she needs to understand the changing landscape of Total Rewards, be a strategic thinker, and have in-depth international exposure that will help transform Xerox into a technology powerhouse.
Plans, develops, and/or participates in area and industry surveys. Investigates new benefit programs, improves existing programs, and provides analytical and technical support in the delivery of the benefit programs. Examines possible plan design or benefit cost changes. Reviews and analyzes changes to state and federal laws pertaining to benefits. Analyzes results and develops specific recommendations for review by Senior Management.
Responsible for analyzing, designing ans implementing employee benefits programms on multi-regional basis which impact employees across various employee groups and countires
Serves as primary contact for plan vendors and third-party administrators. Instructs insurance carriers, trustees, and other administrative agencies outside of The Company to affect changes in benefit program.
Provides advice on day-to-day operations, reviews system benefits setups, processes and streamline administrative operations.
Manages annual enrollment process.
Documents and maintains administrative procedures for assigned benefit processes.
Becomes knowledgeable of internal control responsibilities through training and instruction. Responsible and accountable for internal control performance within area of responsibility. Evaluates and revises internal processes to reduce costs and increase efficiency.
Analyzes and reports on benefit plan enrollments and provides reports on employee participation. Ensures that benefit records are accurately recorded and reported to outside vendors.
Assures—thorough audits, reports and personal contact—that The Company benefit programs are consistently administered in compliance with company policies and government regulations.
Assures timeliness and accuracy of required regulatory filings. Supervises preparation of reports and applications required by law to be filed with federal and state agencies, such as Internal Revenue Service, Department of Labor, insurance commissioners, and other regulatory agencies.
Ensures all benefit notifications/communciations to employees are communicated and distributed in a timely manner.
Responsible for reporting violations of The Company's policies and procedures; identifies or participates in remediation actions.
Corresponds and provides guidance and resolution to issues. Educates, advises and counsels others on health and welfare or retirement matters.
Manages third-party vendors, ensuring high levels of performance.
Proactively drives continuous improvement.
The successful candidate is flexible, determined and brings advanced knowledge of the international benefits landscape, and will provide strategic leadership and management in the design ofhealth & welfare, wellness, disability, life insurance, pension and other retirement benefits He/She needs to be driven, and a successful influencer with a strong business acumen.
· Strong e xperience in benefits planning and administration.
· Solid international experience across multiple regions and developing markets.
· Strong knowledge of Health and Welfare Plans, Qualified, and Non-Qualified Retirement Plans, Disability and leave plans.
· Experience managing teams in various work locations.
· Good knowledge of tax, legal, compensation and immigration issues.
· Strong project management skills; ability to manage multiple projects at the same time
· Vendor management experience required.
· Ability to create a workplace environment that fosters collaboration, quality and excellence.
· Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written; strong power point and excel skills.
· Proven ability to effectively delivering difficult messages and driving change, while building and maintaining relationships with senior business leaders.
· Strong, organizational, team-building and analytical skills.
· Experience with M&A activities.
· Bachelor's degree required, ideally with an MBA.
Title: Director of Benefits
Requisition ID: 18005627
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