HR Generalist

  • location: Chicago, IL
  • type: Permanent
  • salary: $55,000 - $75,000 per year
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HR Generalist

job summary:
The HR Generalist will serve as our employees' and manager's first point-of-contact for questions related to HR policies, processes, tools and benefits. The HR Generalist will also be responsible for managing and assisting with various employee life cycle processes including but not limiting to onboarding, retention, rewards, compliance, off boarding and also special projects as assigned. This role will be responsible for supporting employees in the Americas region (primarily US & Canada).

Be a SME on HR processes, policies, tools and benefits and extend appropriate HR support to employees and managers.

Respond to employee inquiries and ensure that they are taken to successful resolution.

Manage / support HR processes within Hire-to-Retire cycle.

Plan and facilitate seamless new hire onboarding (including orientation), creating a positive new hire experience

Be part of HR Project teams in various capacities, in managing various special HR Projects, as assigned - typically in the areas of transformation, process improvement, HR automation, M&A and so on.

Build and maintain positive relationships internally and externally and collaborate with all stakeholders to achieve individual and team goals.

Manage employee off boarding. Conduct exit interviews and assess information for trends and problem areas.

Support location specific site engagement activities including coordination of employee events.

Develop an in-depth understanding of operations, assess needs and issues and recommend solutions that result in the organization's improved performance, working environment, and organizational effectiveness.

Bachelor's degree required HR certification preferred (PHR or SHRM CP).

3-5 years HR generalist experience in a fast paced, high change business environment.

Good knowledge of statutory employment laws and best employment practices in United States and Canada.

Effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to handle multiple projects/caseload simultaneously.

Excellent customer service skills, both internal and external, and ability to develop and foster relationships with customers.

Strong attention to detail with excellent prioritization and follow-up skills.

Strong presentation skills to effectively deliver training to all levels of employees.

Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.

 
location: Chicago, Illinois
job type: Permanent
salary: $55,000 - 75,000 per year
work hours: 9 to 5
education: Bachelor's degree
experience: 3 Years
 
responsibilities:
The HR Generalist will serve as our employees' and manager's first point-of-contact for questions related to HR policies, processes, tools and benefits. The HR Generalist will also be responsible for managing and assisting with various employee life cycle processes including but not limiting to onboarding, retention, rewards, compliance, off boarding and also special projects as assigned. This role will be responsible for supporting employees in the Americas region (primarily US & Canada).

Be a SME on HR processes, policies, tools and benefits and extend appropriate HR support to employees and managers.

Respond to employee inquiries and ensure that they are taken to successful resolution.

Manage / support HR processes within Hire-to-Retire cycle.

Plan and facilitate seamless new hire onboarding (including orientation), creating a positive new hire experience

Be part of HR Project teams in various capacities, in managing various special HR Projects, as assigned - typically in the areas of transformation, process improvement, HR automation, M&A and so on.

Build and maintain positive relationships internally and externally and collaborate with all stakeholders to achieve individual and team goals.

Manage employee off boarding. Conduct exit interviews and assess information for trends and problem areas.

Support location specific site engagement activities including coordination of employee events.

Develop an in-depth understanding of operations, assess needs and issues and recommend solutions that result in the organization's improved performance, working environment, and organizational effectiveness.

Bachelor's degree required HR certification preferred (PHR or SHRM CP).

3-5 years HR generalist experience in a fast paced, high change business environment.

Good knowledge of statutory employment laws and best employment practices in United States and Canada.

Effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to handle multiple projects/caseload simultaneously.

Excellent customer service skills, both internal and external, and ability to develop and foster relationships with customers.

Strong attention to detail with excellent prioritization and follow-up skills.

Strong presentation skills to effectively deliver training to all levels of employees.

Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.

 
qualifications:
The HR Generalist will serve as our employees' and manager's first point-of-contact for questions related to HR policies, processes, tools and benefits. The HR Generalist will also be responsible for managing and assisting with various employee life cycle processes including but not limiting to onboarding, retention, rewards, compliance, off boarding and also special projects as assigned. This role will be responsible for supporting employees in the Americas region (primarily US & Canada).

Be a SME on HR processes, policies, tools and benefits and extend appropriate HR support to employees and managers.

Respond to employee inquiries and ensure that they are taken to successful resolution.

Manage / support HR processes within Hire-to-Retire cycle.

Plan and facilitate seamless new hire onboarding (including orientation), creating a positive new hire experience

Be part of HR Project teams in various capacities, in managing various special HR Projects, as assigned - typically in the areas of transformation, process improvement, HR automation, M&A and so on.

Build and maintain positive relationships internally and externally and collaborate with all stakeholders to achieve individual and team goals.

Manage employee off boarding. Conduct exit interviews and assess information for trends and problem areas.

Support location specific site engagement activities including coordination of employee events.

Develop an in-depth understanding of operations, assess needs and issues and recommend solutions that result in the organization's improved performance, working environment, and organizational effectiveness.

Bachelor's degree required HR certification preferred (PHR or SHRM CP).

3-5 years HR generalist experience in a fast paced, high change business environment.

Good knowledge of statutory employment laws and best employment practices in United States and Canada.

Effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to handle multiple projects/caseload simultaneously.

Excellent customer service skills, both internal and external, and ability to develop and foster relationships with customers.

Strong attention to detail with excellent prioritization and follow-up skills.

Strong presentation skills to effectively deliver training to all levels of employees.

Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.

 
skills: 10-key
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