HRBP

 As Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP), you will establish/maintain a "customer service" culture by driving the effective execution of HR processes and the HR life cycle within the plant. Seen as a critical role for the location, you will be responsible for the planning and delivery of processes for recruitment, orientation & training, talent management, performance management, benefits, policies/processes, compensation, and employee engagement, with the goal of developing a workforce that achieves excellence in driving business results.

 

You will:

 

  • Be responsible for development, implementation, administration and operation of high-value quality human resources program, practices and procedures consistent company standards within the business group.
  • Build partnerships between managers and leadership team. Seek and share information and use appropriate influence strategies to gain genuine commitment.
  • Help to lead the plant HR by driving world class strategies and systems around staffing and recruiting, labor relations, training and development, employee engagement and performance management while supporting the plant’s vision and values.
  • Manage/Support workforce planning initiatives, new employee orientation and create on-boarding programs to foster employee engagement and introduction to the business.
  • Participate in/Support employee terminations, coach managers appropriately and conduct exit interviews to utilize information gathered to identify and address root causes of turnover.
  • Remain abreast of workers' compensation and related labor laws (e.g., FMLA, ADA, etc.) and provide education to local managers/supervisors; coordinate any related situations with third party administrators.
  • Work with Shared Services to ensure that new systems and/or processes are fully implemented where applicable. 
  • Manage employee relations situations, conduct investigations as needed and partner with Plant Manager/Supervisors as needed to effectively resolve situations and mitigate risk; identify trends in employee relations cases to address root cause; educate managers on how to handle situations more effectively.
  • Support safety and security programs and link to related HR programs where applicable. Work with safety/security resource(s) to identify issues and/or trends and create HR-related responses to address any issues (e.g., enhanced hiring process, focused-training, better on-boarding, progressive discipline, etc.).
  • Partner with the HR Manager, HR Director and Director of Compensation to develop/implement a salary plan to ensure location(s) pay competitively, reward higher performers, and address internal equity issues.
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    You have:

     

  • Bachelor's degree (minimum)
  • 5-10 years of experience within a large high volume, fast paced manufacturing environment REQUIRED - sorry, but no exceptions
  • Certifications appreciated but not required
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