Reporting to the Director of Corporate HR, the HR Generalist is a critical enabler for the Corporate HR team, providing support to managers for a wide variety of business initiatives including but not limited to employee relations, recruiting, compensation and organizational development. This person must be ready to wear a series of different hats as the need arises, committed to owning problem solving from identification to resolution, and capable of working in a fast-paced organization. In addition, the ability to action tasks quickly with little follow-up from management is crucial.
Provide day-to-day advice and consultation to line management on HR related matters such as recruiting, compensation, employee relations, performance management, legal compliance, and company policies.
Maintain HR information and manage/initiate relevant employee experience processes in HRIS systems ensuring personnel actions are processed timely and accurately; provides periodic and adhoc reports as needed
Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees in order to ensure regulatory compliance and reduce legal risks; partner with legal department as needed/required.
Manage and resolve employee relations issues.
Track HR KPIs and program compliance; recommend improvements from analysis of HR metrics and/or observation of HR processes.
Assist with the development and administration of programs, procedures, and guidelines to help align the employee experience with the strategic goals of the company
Assist Director, Corporate HR as required; participate in special projects as needed.
Bachelor's degree, preferably in HR or Business, or equivalent work experience
3 years' generalist experience inclusive of working knowledge of recruiting, compensation practices, organizational diagnosis, employee relations, performance management, and federal and state employment laws required.
Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of employment law, both state and federal (including but not limited to FMLA, ADAAA, EEO).
PHR/SPHR certification a plus.
Intermediate skill level using MS Word, PowerPoint and Outlook; Advanced skill using Excel (vlookups, pivot tables, etc.).
Solid understanding of HR requirements in compliance and confidentiality; preferred demonstrated experience working within a department requiring confidentiality and a high level of discretion
Working knowledge with Oracle, Taleo, SuccessFactors, and navigating MS Sharepoint