We are actively searching for a (Human Resources) HR Generalist to join our team and implement various human resources programs. If you have a passion for HR, are familiar with labor law and look to kickstart your career in the field, this is the place to be. Your role as an HR Generalist will be far from one-dimensional.
- Provide a day-to-day Human Resources support to employees and management team
- Help facilitate employee time clock and attendance records and program
- Manage all employee data entry into the HRIS and works with payroll provider to ensure changes are completed properly
- Assist with administration of benefit programs such as life, health, dental and disability insurance, etc.
- Keep records of personnel transactions such as hires, promotions, transfers, performance reviews, and terminations
- Assist in talent acquisition and recruitment processes by coordinating the recruiting process for candidates
- Ensure the coordination of required HR training needed in manufacturing, interviewing, hiring, terminations, FMLA/ADA, harassment and discrimination, compliance, policy and procedures
- Serve as a resource for managers and supervisors in the area of Leave Management to include Leave of Absence, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability, FMLA requests and PTO.
- Provide support to employees in various HR-related topics such as leaves and compensation and resolve any issues that may arise
- Respond to unemployment claims
- Assist HR Manager with analyzing the data on employee turnover, employee satisfaction surveys, exit interviews and other metrics in order to enhance and improve HR programs and services
- Assist in development and implementation of human resource policies
- Lead employee relations investigations and advise line supervisors and managers in disciplinary action processes
- Maintain employee files and records in electronic and paper form
- Enhance job satisfaction by resolving issues promptly
- Prepare employee separation notices and related documentation and conduct exit interviews to determine reasons behind separations.
- Bachelor’s degree in human resources
- Minimum 2-5 years of Human Resource experience
- 2-5 years of payroll experience
- Additional HR training (PHR/SPHR), a plus
- State and Federal employment compliance knowledge
- Understanding of general human resources policies and procedures
- Good knowledge of employment/labor laws
- Outstanding knowledge of MS Office; HRIS system/Paylocity
- Excellent communication skills and ability to build relationships with employees
- Aptitude in problem-solving and conflict management
- Desire to work as a team with a positive attitude
- Comfortable developing and conducting group presentations to employees
Job Type: Full-time