HR Business Partner – Evidos B.V. – Haarlem

Evidos B.V.

The Company:

Entrust relies on curious, dedicated and innovative individuals whom anticipate the future and provide solutions for a more connected, mobile and secure world. Entrust’s technologies and expertise help government agencies, enterprises and financial institutions in more than 150 countries serve and safeguard citizens, employees and consumers.

We Believe: Securing identities is most effective when we value all identities. We are committed to ensuring that, through diversity and inclusion, the many voices that make up our communities are heard. From unconscious bias training for managers to global affinity groups that create connections both within and across our enterprise, Entrust expects and encourages all individuals to accept and respect one another. And, of course, to be themselves.

Position Overview:

Working with and reporting to remote Human Resources Management, this position is accountable for assuring all Human Resources (HR) needs within the assigned client groups and for the assigned geographic location(s) are addressed and resolved as well as working with Corporate HR functions and leadership on global HR programs. The HR Business Partner will support the EMEA Customer Service teams as well as be front-facing HR presence for our Netherlands office and be geographic HR lead for Netherlands and Germany. This position will have both administrative and strategic responsibilities that support the teams through programs such as performance management, talent acquisition, employee relations, and interpretation/application of employment policies and procedures. The HR Business Partner will be accountable for executing the items detailed below and for performing other duties as assigned.

This is a hybrid role, with an average of two (2) days in office per week on Tuesday and Thursday at our Harlem, Netherlands office.


  • Build strong and trusting relationships with leaders and colleagues and partner with them to advise, provide insights and resources, and drive consistency and follow up in HR processes.

  • Partner with business leaders to assess needs and establish HR priorities.

  • Develop and maintain knowledge of the business and market in order to influence effectiveness and provide insight to assigned client leadership. 

  • Experience with data analysis and pulling insights and recommendations from data.

  • Recommend practices and procedures that support the company philosophy, culture and strategic goals. 

  • Support HR, business unit, and corporate driven change including DEI&B initiatives.

  • Work with assigned leadership and HR team members to manage voluntary and involuntary employee separations.

  • Partner with client group leaders and the talent acquisition team on open positions to recruit and hire the best talent, and support workforce planning and career progression.

  • Facilitate compensation, performance management, and talent management processes within assigned client group(s) per corporate program rollouts.

  • Effectively manage sensitive and confidential employee relations issues, in partnership with HR Leadership and Legal, to support investigations and conflict resolution. Sound judgment and decision making, resolving problems, providing solutions, and taking vital actions to prevent them from developing in future.

  • Guide and coach leaders on how to effectively manage and resolve colleague issues including how to navigate critical conversations. (e.g., performance management, rewards, separations)

  • Complete employee changes and actions in HRIS system for assigned client group working with our global HR operations, talent acquisition, and other HR functional teams

  • Maintains awareness of local labor laws.

  • Partner with local leaders to establish shared office management processes and perform shared responsibilities to maintain required facility needs for Harlem office, including teambuilding and cultural events.

  • Partner with corporate compensation, benefits, payroll and HR operations teams on process improvements and localized processes. 

  • Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business, psychology or related field

  • 3 years of experience working in Human Resources, including exposure to managing employee relations cases, talent acquisition, and leaves

  • Experience working in International/Global corporate HR team

  • Knowledge of local employment law

  • Ability to build strong relationships quickly through demonstrated confidentiality

  • Fluent in English

  • About Entrust:

    Entrust keeps the world moving safely by enabling trusted identities, payments and data protection around the globe. Today more than ever, people demand seamless, secure experiences, whether they’re crossing borders, making a purchase, or accessing corporate networks. With our unmatched breadth of digital security and credential issuance solutions, it’s no wonder the world’s most entrusted organizations trust us.

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    Entrust Corporation is an EOE/AA/Veteran/People with Disabilities employer.


    Entrust is an EEO/AA/Disabled/Veterans Employer

    Entrust values diversity and inclusion and we are committed to building a diverse workforce with wide perspectives and innovative ideas. We welcome applications from qualified individuals of all backgrounds, and we strive to provide an accessible experience for candidates of all abilities.


    Neha Rathore

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