The Human Resources (HR) Business Partner will be responsible for staffing and talent management, training and development, employee relations, performance management; benefits management; ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations to include records management; administration of HR policies, procedures and processes in partnership with HR and Agency leadership.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to interact within all levels of the organization to promote strategic alignment with Agency policies, goals and objectives.
Support the staffing plan and needs of the business. Position is responsible for recruiting talent to support company goals and objectives according to strategy, headcount and budget. Demonstrate keen understanding of job expectations and competency requirements to ensure accuracy of job posts and descriptions.
Ensure compliance with all federal, state and local requirements such as EEO, I-9s, ADA, FLSA, Veterans’ Preference, etc.
Effectively manage compliance with all HR-related initiatives such as FMLA, HIPAA, Workers Compensation, Short Term Disability, etc.
Onboarding, new hire orientation, stay interviews, separations, exit interviews.
Understand and respond to benefits questions; open enrollment.
Interpret, apply and enforce HR policies and procedures, ensure accuracy of the Employee Handbook.
Maintain strong employee relations with managers and employees through fair and consistent application of work rules and policies; ensure consistent processes exist in all departments.
Promptly and effectively respond to manager’s and employee’s questions, concerns, issues.
Improve employee engagement and employee relations in order to retain talent through proactive programs including leadership development and training, supervisory and management training and stimulate employee involvement in all areas.
Provide support for performance management and merit planning processes for respective areas.
Advise managers on employee performance issues, provide counseling on a development plan, and develop a Performance Improvement Plan if needed.
Have a “can do” attitude and a positive outlook while minimizing negative behaviors.
Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness as a self-starter.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management or related field.