People And Culture Lead (Employee Relations)

Everi Las Vegas , NV 89134

Posted 3 weeks ago

Do you have experience engaging and assisting a diverse group of employees? If you have Employee Relations experience and you are a trailblazer for employee culture and engagement, yet you understand the importance of maintaining company policy...then we're looking for you!!

The best fit for this role is someone who is interested in strategizing within the HR department and the management across the company to determine the best way to enhance Everi's ability to retain our wonderful employees. The People & Culture Lead is critical for upholding our culture and working to develop the Everi family from within.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Keep Everi culture alive!

  • Work with the Everi HR team to develop and execute our employee engagement strategy across the company.

  • Conduct and oversee the investigation, documentation, reporting, and resolution of employee matters via channels that are available.

  • Provide employee and manager coaching and counseling.

  • Act as confidential support and adviser for all employees.

  • Provide managers direction and suggestions for team growth, discipline, terminations, and investigations.

  • Facilitate interpersonal communication by attending team meetings in an effort to maintain employee productivity and good morale that are affected by work-related problems.

  • Ensure Everi employment actions are in compliance with employment laws and company policy.

  • Work through ER cases in an effort to positively resolve matters whenever possible.

  • Review disciplinary matters with managers and ensure appropriate documentation is met.

  • Analyze ER trends and metrics in talent management to identify the root cause and further develop and design root cause analysis in an effort to effectively improve the process.

  • Periodically provide updates to Everi's employee handbook for policy changes and refinement.

  • Coordinate employee engagement surveys and analyze results to identify trends and metrics from employee feedback data.

  • Monitor turnover and identify trends identified via statistical analysis and qualitative data reviewed from exit interviews.

  • Respond to/monitor unemployment claims and appeals.

  • Provide guidance to employees while managing workers' comp claims.

  • Partner with Everi's spectacular Benefits team to effectively communicate Everi's great benefit programs, support the communication of annual enrollments, and the like.

Education/Certification:

  • Bachelor's Degree required.
  • SHRM CP is a big plus, but not required.

Job Knowledge / Minimum Work Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years employee relations and/or generalist experience

  • Experience advising leaders on federal/state employment law (i.e. EEO, OSHA, Title VII, FMLA, ADA, and FLSA)

Computer / Technical Skills:

  • Proficiency with MS Office suite

  • Advanced Excel skills

Everi is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants and employees will be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, or any other characteristic or class protected by federal, state, or local law.

For All External Staffing Agencies

Everi does not accept agency submittals. Please do not forward resumes to our Executive team, Management team, or any current Everi employee for review without proper approval. Everi is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.


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