HR Generalist

  • location: Bellevue, WA
  • type: Contract
  • salary: $23 - $29 per hour
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job description

HR Generalist

job summary:
This position will be responsible for supporting the development of employee relations and human resource polices and programs. This is with a large food service corporation in downtown Seattle.

Summary of Key Responsibilities:

Employee Relations & Culture:

- Serves as a resource to employees and restaurant management in discussing and resolving employment issues

- Provides objective feedback, makes recommendations on HELPLINE calls and/or issues

- Responsible for employee relations assistance to field management including investigation recommendation

and/or resolution

- Provide tactical advice and counsel on a wide range of management and workplace issues minimizing legal

exposure which maximize positive resolution

- Supports leadership with ER case management for restaurant employee separations

- Provides advice with regard to policy questions and issues not clearly addressed in existing policies

- Conducts exit Interviews and stay interviews

Systems & Process:

- Conducts Home Office orientations for all positions and may support General Manager orientations as needed

- Oversees the creations of metrics/surveys that track cultural health of the organization and measure

employee concerns and priorities, thereby proactively driving change

- Manages vendor relations and legal resources

- Responds to unemployment claims and supports hearings when necessary

- Manages and supports HRIS system

Compliance:

- Provides advice and counsel supporting compliance with all applicable employment law and regulations (e.g.,

ADA, FMLA, EEOC, non-discrimination in hiring and promotion, etc.)

- Timely and accurately furnishes employee information to authorized person(s) and assists with matters

regarding human resource forms, records and procedures.

- Audit and maintain I-9 data base, including follow up with restaurant locations on any issues.

- Personnel file audits and maintenance

- Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; anticipating

legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements

- EEO-1 and other regulatory reporting

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

- Bachelor's degree

- HR Certification: PHR/SPHR, SHRM-CP, or equivalent preferred

- 4 - 6 years of progressive experience in Human Resources or related field

- Knowledge of applicable state and federal laws and regulations including ADA, FMLA, EEO, FLSA and EEO laws

- Experience supporting various state and local ordinances and legislation

- Advanced ability to interpret, implement and develop policies and procedures in a complex environment

- Proficient ability to develop, design and present material for audiences of all sizes

- Proven investigatory, problem-solving and counseling skills

- Ability to interface successfully with internal clients, external vendors and governmental agencies

- Dependability, flexibility and professional demeanor

- Regular and predictable attendance

- Maintain high level of confidentiality, accuracy and attention to detail.

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to prepare clear, concise and accurate documentation and reports; read, interpret, explain and apply information on business processes

- Proficient computer skills, including basic MS Office skills: Word, Excel, Outlook

- Prior experience with an HRIS

 
location: Bellevue, Washington
job type: Contract
salary: $23 - 29 per hour
work hours: 8 to 5
education: Bachelor's degree
experience: 5 Years
 
responsibilities:
Employee Relations & Culture:

- Serves as a resource to employees and restaurant management in discussing and resolving employment issues

- Provides objective feedback, makes recommendations on HELPLINE calls and/or issues

- Responsible for employee relations assistance to field management including investigation recommendation

and/or resolution

- Provide tactical advice and counsel on a wide range of management and workplace issues minimizing legal

exposure which maximize positive resolution

- Supports leadership with ER case management for restaurant employee separations

- Provides advice with regard to policy questions and issues not clearly addressed in existing policies

- Conducts exit Interviews and stay interviews

Systems & Process:

- Conducts Home Office orientations for all positions and may support General Manager orientations as needed

- Oversees the creations of metrics/surveys that track cultural health of the organization and measure

employee concerns and priorities, thereby proactively driving change

- Manages vendor relations and legal resources

- Responds to unemployment claims and supports hearings when necessary

- Manages and supports HRIS system

Compliance:

- Provides advice and counsel supporting compliance with all applicable employment law and regulations (e.g.,

ADA, FMLA, EEOC, non-discrimination in hiring and promotion, etc.)

- Timely and accurately furnishes employee information to authorized person(s) and assists with matters

regarding human resource forms, records and procedures.

- Audit and maintain I-9 data base, including follow up with restaurant locations on any issues.

- Personnel file audits and maintenance

- Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; anticipating

legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements

- EEO-1 and other regulatory reporting

 
qualifications:
- HR Certification: PHR/SPHR, SHRM-CP, or equivalent preferred

- 4 - 6 years of progressive experience in Human Resources

- Knowledge of applicable state and federal laws and regulations including ADA, FMLA, EEO, FLSA and EEO laws

- Experience supporting various state and local ordinances and legislation

- Advanced ability to interpret, implement and develop policies and procedures in a complex environment

- Proficient ability to develop, design and present material for audiences of all sizes

- Proven investigatory, problem-solving and counseling skills

- Ability to interface successfully with internal clients, external vendors and governmental agencies

- Dependability, flexibility and professional demeanor

- Proficient computer skills, including basic MS Office skills: Word, Excel, Outlook

- Prior experience with an HRIS

What sets you apart?

- High-volume business experience

- High attention to detail

- Reliable & dependable

- Supportive & positive attitude

- Strong business acumen knowledge

 
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Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

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