The Director of Human Resources serves as a member of the affiliates senior leadership team, and provides expert knowledge and support to these leaders and the rest of management on Human Resource related issues and provides input and support on the affiliate leadership team on overall business issues.
Supervises human resources staff and provides direction and leadership necessary to meet service level standards and overcome obstacles. Manages expenses related to the divisions human resources activities; participates in the development of budgets, forecasts, and reconciliation of expenditures.
A Director of Human Resources is responsible for directing and administering the Human Resources function in the hotel's continuing effort to deliver outstanding guest service and financial profitability.
Works with managers to help define and clarify roles and responsibilities. Partners with management regarding department organization and staff responsibilities to ensure effective utilization of resources.
You will be responsible for overseeing all Human Resources functions including recruitment, employee relations, orientation and development, compensation, benefits and labor relations. Directs the Human Resources department and oversees Employee Health /Workers Compensation. Advises and guides management in interpretation and application of all Human Resources Policies, Collective Bargaining Agreements and State, Federal Regulations and local laws and regulations.
The HR Director will be tasked with supporting employees in a manufacturing plant. The main purpose of the HR Director will be to maintain and enhance the organizations HR function through planning, implementing and evaluating employee relations, policies, programs and practices.
Plans, organizes and manages the HRfunction and participates in developing HRgoals and objectives.
Develops, documents and recommends HRpolicies and procedures; prepares and maintains employee handbook.
Responsible for maintaining HR policies and employee manuals. Periodically reviews and makes recommendations to management for improvement of our policies, procedures and practices on personnel matters.