As the Human Resources Coordinator you will serve as the primary resource and provide COBRA Administration services to clients, including the set-up of new clients, processing qualifying events and monitoring participant status.
Tactically, the HR Leader is responsible to manage operating rhythms for the team (including salary planning, performance management, strategic talent management, and talent acquisition), work as a facilitator for quarterly staff meetings, facilitate rewards and recognition, manage communications within the team, and ensure the team has 100% compliance on required items. The HR Leader is also responsible for the HR budget and the development and adherence to the operating plan.
Provides administrative support to HR personnel, including preparing memos, spreadsheets and/or presentations using Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint; coordinating travel arrangements; scheduling meetings, events, programs, and activities; preparing agendas; submitting expense reports; organizing and maintaining filing systems; and ordering office supplies.
Consult with line management to determine staffing needs and be responsible for the full recruiting and onboarding lifecycle; consult with line management concerning employee issues and provide counsel to foster a positive and diverse working environment.
Assess, evaluate, and anticipate HR needs that meet the requirements of both the employees and the company. Support the overall compensation and benefits programs, HR/payroll support, recruiting, and training.; provide guidance and recommendations to executive management to support a best-in-class HR function.
Perform audit and compliance functions as requested on items such as audit reports verification, commission reports and payroll information; maintain employee records in compliance with state and federal requirements.
Maintains in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance. Partners with internal and external legal resources as needed/required.
The HR Business Consultant (HRBC) will work primarily with managers of associates for a business unit and become a valued contributor by managing the delivery of our HR policies, executing business specific projects and initiatives relating to people and demonstrating leadership in human resources decisions, procedures and programs.
Work independently to resolve issues and provide solutions, with guidance in only the most complex situations and work proactively with clients to provide information, best practices and training on adp solutions.
Help to develop well-rounded retention strategies that are aligned with our total reward platform and focus on career pathing and promote a compelling and competitive value proposition for staff at all levels.
Responsible for the administration of the human resources policies and procedures as outlined by corporate headquarters. Hands-on responsibility for benefits administration, payroll processing through a third party service, employee relations, training, safety, recruiting and on-boarding, payroll, HRIS, employment law compliance and assisting with succession planning.
Consult with line management to determine staffing needs and be responsible for the full recruiting and onboarding lifecycle;consult with line management concerning employee issues and provide counsel to foster a positive and diverse working environment.