Human Resources Generalist
Performs human resources-related duties and may carry out responsibilities in some or all of the following functional areas: HRIS maintenance, benefits, compensation, employee relations, and recruitment. Assists in carrying out various human resources programs and procedures for all company employees.
Administers various human resources plans and procedures for all company personnel. Interprets, advises and answers routine to moderately complex questions related to human resources policies, practices and procedures.
Maintains and updates employee handbook. Assists in providing advice and counsel to management and staff on policy and procedure applications, employment laws, and conflict resolution to promote a fair and equitable work environment.
Provides support to hiring managers, candidates, and staff in one or more of the following areas: HR information systems (Paylocity, applicant tracking, SharePoint, etc.); employment processing; benefits administration.
Applies creativity and consistency to daily problem solving by providing management and staff guidance and ideas on individual issues.
Completes as needed the HR paperwork for new hires, terminations, transfers, and promotions to ensure integrity in personnel files.
Maintains current and complete understanding of federal and state laws including case law and regulations such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, FLSA, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, ACA.
Maintains HRIS records and compiles reports from database. Performs audits and reconciliations of various data. Processes personnel status changes within HRIS system and vendor systems.
Assists with departmental projects to streamline HR workflow and processes.
Conducts and tracks exit interviews to understand turnover trends.
Provides communication and tools for human resources initiatives such as benefits open enrollment, My Development, wellness events, etc.
Performs benefits administration to include claims resolution, change reporting, approving invoices for payment, and communicating benefit information to employees.
Conducts recruitment efforts for all exempt and nonexempt personnel, and temporary employees. Writes and places advertisements, administers skills tests, conducts background checks, and onboarding of new employees.
Assists with the development and delivery of training.
Performs other related duties as required and assigned
- A bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, with at least one year of HR experience preferred.
Knowledge of principles and practices of human resources administration including federal and state laws and practices pertaining to employment/labor, standard human resource practices and procedures.
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, analytical abilities, and good judgment are required.
Demonstrates professionalism in appearance, punctuality, attitude, and grammar.
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and HRIS systems.
Proven problem-solving skills
Excellent organizational abilities