Responsibilities of a Human Resources Generalist
Liaison with location management and regional HR, providing guidance with respect to pre-employment record checks, onboarding, contractual requirements, payroll processing, employee benefits, and employee investigations when appropriate or as needed.
Assist with employee payroll and scheduling input to ensure transmittal with accuracy on a timely manner.
Responsible for Daily, Weekly and Monthly statistical reporting meeting all deadlines to include EEOC reporting to the client & company. Works with client in appropriate situations like community relation activities.
Facilitate and maintain pre-employment screening and onboarding training material (i.e. hiring standards, Form I-9/E-verify management, etc.) HRG will help coach on compliance issues and company standards.
Quality Assurance Checks of monthly new hire, transfer, and termination payroll records to ensure compliance with all background check, drug and alcohol and E-Verify requirements. Prepare analysis reports and document as required.
Work with appropriate personnel regarding employee relation issues (i.e. conduct effective, thorough, and objective investigations, provide written feedback, summary, recommendations, and analysis to management). Provide written investigation report and update system as required.
Provide coaching, mentoring, and training to managers and employees in all areas of performance management.
Liaison to employees regarding benefit enrollment and participation. Educate employees on benefit plan costs and administration.
Manage special projects (monthly/quarterly/yearly reporting metrics, etc.).
Maintain confidentiality of records, reports and files that are generated/received which contain sensitive information.
Assist in labor relations. Participates in grievance meetings and works with the union to ensure positive labor relations. Must have a clear understanding of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Ensure location postings/notices meet federal, state, and contractual requirements.
Facilitate and maintain employee Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) administration and tracking.
Manages compliance issues; identifies local compliance risks and proactively plans to mitigate risks.
Manages the hiring process including new employee set-up, payroll, and leaves of absence.
What we would like you to possess:
Bachelor’s Degree and HR professional certification preferred, or other combination of education and experience.
Three to five years of relevant human resource experience, including recruiting, selection, and employee relations, preferred
Ability to work with minimal instruction, but willing to accept and take direction.
Exceptional detail orientation & time management skills.
Ability to use diplomacy and tact in dealing with the client, peers and management, and external partners.
Ability to conduct internal investigations and close out investigations appropriately.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Desire to provide excellent customer service is a must.
Prior experience processing or working with background results/EEO/FCRA regulations, preferred.
Basic working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, & Outlook) products.
Willingness to be a positive and proactive team member. Ensuring a team-oriented approach to success.
Ability to interpret and train on corporate pre-employment and hiring requirements.
Ability to assist regional management with HR related topics and investigations.
Consults with operations management on human resource issues related to hiring, compensation, training and development, disciplinary actions, and terminations.
Interprets and assists with the understanding of human resource policies and procedures.
HRIS, ADP, and investigative experience preferred
Job Category: Administrative / Clerical / Payroll / HR / Accounting
Job Type: Full Time
Req ID: 483