Temporary HR Business Partner

  • location: Piscataway, NJ
  • type: Contract
  • salary: $30 - $36 per hour
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job description

Temporary HR Business Partner

job summary:
One of our top clients, located in Piscataway, NJ is looking to hire a Temporary HR Business Partner.

This position typically reports to the Director of Employee Development and functions as an individual contributor. He/she will function with little direct supervision and must be a strong collaborator and team member, and develop and maintain effective working relationships with his/her internal customers.

Key Responsibilities:

Specific duties include but are not limited to:

- Provides advice and counsel to managers and employees on a wide range of employment issues including, but not limited to, performance management, employee performance improvement plans, disciplinary process, documentation and resolution of employee complaints, and compliance with I policies and procedures, as well as applicable laws (global, federal, state and local); Works closely with the Manager of Employee Relations and ensure that appropriate documentation is maintained

- Partners with assigned client groups on the assessment of employee engagement and culture issues and develops programs and solutions to build organization effectiveness

- Provides day-to-day performance management guidance to line management (coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions, and HR policies)

- Communicates with leaders in the business to keep a pulse on morale and culture; Leverages feedback and talent analytics to identify key themes that inform the development of HR programs

- Acts as a change agent, supporting employee engagement, succession planning and employee development by partnering with business units and other HR functions to implement support programs

- Contributes to the Leadership and Management Enrichment Program, and partner with the Staff Learning Center to plan and deliver seminars and training sessions to enhance staff development

- Serves as point of contact for the following:

o Use of the HRIS by assigned client groups

- Continuously improves his/her knowledge of relevant state and US employment laws to ensure compliance with federal and state legal requirements and policies and practices, including document retention

- Implements and administers the workplace compliance relationship between and assigned client groups, including harassment and discrimination protection

- Implements and administers the programs, policies and procedures related to state specific workers compensation and unemployment, as well as leaves of absence that protect an eligible employee's right to time off in compliance with federal and state legal requirements, such as FMLA, the ADA, and disability; Works closely with the benefits staff located in the New Jersey operations center.

- Ensures general project files and personnel files are maintained in an audit-ready manner.

- Manages re-organizations with assigned client groups; collaborating with management, legal and compensation as required

- Manages activities for HR programs, events, and workplace surveys (e.g. Manager's Forum, Diversity Council, Art Show, Best Place to Work, Engagement survey, etc.), as assigned

- Prepares documentation for terminations, last pay checks, severance checks, separation agreements and releases, and other materials required for employment termination

- Ensures that policies regarding work hours, performance, time off, absence notifications, etc., are enforced according to policy and all applicable laws and regulations

- Counsels and educates all levels of staff and will act as an information resource on employment issues, federal and state law, and policy and practice

- Proactively partners with assigned client groups on areas of engagement, calibration and organization structure

- Provides back-up to Manager, Employee Relations and other Human Resources Partner as required

- Fulfills other duties as assigned

Education and Experience:

- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or equivalent experience

- Minimum 6-8 years of progressively responsible generalist experience in the delivery of human resources services and the administration of human resources programs, including but not limited to total rewards, employee relations, regulatory compliance, and professional development

- Experience must demonstrate a commitment to knowledge of New Jersey, California, New York, Washington DC, and federal employment laws and regulations

- Experience in developing and delivering training in regulatory and compliance issues, business and management issues and skills, and employee relations issues, are especially sought

- Individuals who have earned the credential, Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) are strongly preferred

Please submit your resume for immediate consideration!

 
location: Piscataway, New Jersey
job type: Contract
salary: $30 - 36 per hour
work hours: 8 to 5
education: Bachelor's degree
experience: 5 Years
 
responsibilities:
One of our top clients, located in Piscataway, NJ is looking to hire a Temporary HR Business Partner.

This position typically reports to the Director of Employee Development and functions as an individual contributor. He/she will function with little direct supervision and must be a strong collaborator and team member, and develop and maintain effective working relationships with his/her internal customers.

Key Responsibilities:

Specific duties include but are not limited to:

- Provides advice and counsel to managers and employees on a wide range of employment issues including, but not limited to, performance management, employee performance improvement plans, disciplinary process, documentation and resolution of employee complaints, and compliance with I policies and procedures, as well as applicable laws (global, federal, state and local); Works closely with the Manager of Employee Relations and ensure that appropriate documentation is maintained

- Partners with assigned client groups on the assessment of employee engagement and culture issues and develops programs and solutions to build organization effectiveness

- Provides day-to-day performance management guidance to line management (coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions, and HR policies)

- Communicates with leaders in the business to keep a pulse on morale and culture; Leverages feedback and talent analytics to identify key themes that inform the development of HR programs

- Acts as a change agent, supporting employee engagement, succession planning and employee development by partnering with business units and other HR functions to implement support programs

- Contributes to the Leadership and Management Enrichment Program, and partner with the Staff Learning Center to plan and deliver seminars and training sessions to enhance staff development

- Serves as point of contact for the following:

o Use of the HRIS by assigned client groups

- Continuously improves his/her knowledge of relevant state and US employment laws to ensure compliance with federal and state legal requirements and policies and practices, including document retention

- Implements and administers the workplace compliance relationship between and assigned client groups, including harassment and discrimination protection

- Implements and administers the programs, policies and procedures related to state specific workers compensation and unemployment, as well as leaves of absence that protect an eligible employee's right to time off in compliance with federal and state legal requirements, such as FMLA, the ADA, and disability; Works closely with the benefits staff located in the New Jersey operations center.

- Ensures general project files and personnel files are maintained in an audit-ready manner.

- Manages re-organizations with assigned client groups; collaborating with management, legal and compensation as required

- Manages activities for HR programs, events, and workplace surveys (e.g. Manager's Forum, Diversity Council, Art Show, Best Place to Work, Engagement survey, etc.), as assigned

- Prepares documentation for terminations, last pay checks, severance checks, separation agreements and releases, and other materials required for employment termination

- Ensures that policies regarding work hours, performance, time off, absence notifications, etc., are enforced according to policy and all applicable laws and regulations

- Counsels and educates all levels of staff and will act as an information resource on employment issues, federal and state law, and policy and practice

- Proactively partners with assigned client groups on areas of engagement, calibration and organization structure

- Provides back-up to Manager, Employee Relations and other Human Resources Partner as required

- Fulfills other duties as assigned

Education and Experience:

- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or equivalent experience

- Minimum 6-8 years of progressively responsible generalist experience in the delivery of human resources services and the administration of human resources programs, including but not limited to total rewards, employee relations, regulatory compliance, and professional development

- Experience must demonstrate a commitment to knowledge of New Jersey, California, New York, Washington DC, and federal employment laws and regulations

- Experience in developing and delivering training in regulatory and compliance issues, business and management issues and skills, and employee relations issues, are especially sought

- Individuals who have earned the credential, Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) are strongly preferred

Please submit your resume for immediate consideration!

 
qualifications:
One of our top clients, located in Piscataway, NJ is looking to hire a Temporary HR Business Partner.

This position typically reports to the Director of Employee Development and functions as an individual contributor. He/she will function with little direct supervision and must be a strong collaborator and team member, and develop and maintain effective working relationships with his/her internal customers.

Key Responsibilities:

Specific duties include but are not limited to:

- Provides advice and counsel to managers and employees on a wide range of employment issues including, but not limited to, performance management, employee performance improvement plans, disciplinary process, documentation and resolution of employee complaints, and compliance with I policies and procedures, as well as applicable laws (global, federal, state and local); Works closely with the Manager of Employee Relations and ensure that appropriate documentation is maintained

- Partners with assigned client groups on the assessment of employee engagement and culture issues and develops programs and solutions to build organization effectiveness

- Provides day-to-day performance management guidance to line management (coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions, and HR policies)

- Communicates with leaders in the business to keep a pulse on morale and culture; Leverages feedback and talent analytics to identify key themes that inform the development of HR programs

- Acts as a change agent, supporting employee engagement, succession planning and employee development by partnering with business units and other HR functions to implement support programs

- Contributes to the Leadership and Management Enrichment Program, and partner with the Staff Learning Center to plan and deliver seminars and training sessions to enhance staff development

- Serves as point of contact for the following:

o Use of the HRIS by assigned client groups

- Continuously improves his/her knowledge of relevant state and US employment laws to ensure compliance with federal and state legal requirements and policies and practices, including document retention

- Implements and administers the workplace compliance relationship between and assigned client groups, including harassment and discrimination protection

- Implements and administers the programs, policies and procedures related to state specific workers compensation and unemployment, as well as leaves of absence that protect an eligible employee's right to time off in compliance with federal and state legal requirements, such as FMLA, the ADA, and disability; Works closely with the benefits staff located in the New Jersey operations center.

- Ensures general project files and personnel files are maintained in an audit-ready manner.

- Manages re-organizations with assigned client groups; collaborating with management, legal and compensation as required

- Manages activities for HR programs, events, and workplace surveys (e.g. Manager's Forum, Diversity Council, Art Show, Best Place to Work, Engagement survey, etc.), as assigned

- Prepares documentation for terminations, last pay checks, severance checks, separation agreements and releases, and other materials required for employment termination

- Ensures that policies regarding work hours, performance, time off, absence notifications, etc., are enforced according to policy and all applicable laws and regulations

- Counsels and educates all levels of staff and will act as an information resource on employment issues, federal and state law, and policy and practice

- Proactively partners with assigned client groups on areas of engagement, calibration and organization structure

- Provides back-up to Manager, Employee Relations and other Human Resources Partner as required

- Fulfills other duties as assigned

Education and Experience:

- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or equivalent experience

- Minimum 6-8 years of progressively responsible generalist experience in the delivery of human resources services and the administration of human resources programs, including but not limited to total rewards, employee relations, regulatory compliance, and professional development

- Experience must demonstrate a commitment to knowledge of New Jersey, California, New York, Washington DC, and federal employment laws and regulations

- Experience in developing and delivering training in regulatory and compliance issues, business and management issues and skills, and employee relations issues, are especially sought

- Individuals who have earned the credential, Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) are strongly preferred

Please submit your resume for immediate consideration!

 
skills: Human Resources
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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