The Schegg Group is working with a leading provider of Employee Assistance Programs that has been experiencing excellent growth since their inception. Our client has set the standards that define the industry and they continue to raise the bar on quality.
If you are an accomplished HR Generalist with 5-10 years’ experience and want to work for a company that’s a leader in work-life balance then this is the place for you.
The Human Resources Generalist will perform duties in employee relations, training, staffing, affirmative action, HRIS management and compliance. The Generalist will forge partnerships across the company to deliver value added service to management and employees.
Administer various HR plans and procedures for employees; assists in development and implementation of policies and procedures; prepare and maintain employee and manager handbooks and policies/procedures manual.
Develop and maintain affirmative action program; files EEO-1 and other reports to meet annual compliance obligations.
Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment.
Monitors performance management and career pathing programs and revises as necessary.
Conducts recruitment effort for exempt and nonexempt personnel and temporary employees; reviews applications and interviews applicants to match experience with job related requirements; conducts new-employee orientations.
Maintains HRIS records and compiles reports from database.
Facilitate and/or provide training to the workforce as necessary.
Handle FMLA and disability leave of absences.
Conduct exit interviews and analyzes data and makes recommendations to the management team for corrective action and continuous improvement.
Represent the company for unemployment claims.
Bachelor's degree required.
5+ years of progressive Human Resources experience.
PHR or SPHR certification is a plus.
Knowledge of employment laws and practices.
Ability to objectively coach employees through complex and emotional issues.
Must have ability to effectively resolve problems or issues by using judgment that is consistent with standards, practices, policies, procedures, regulation or government law.