In this role, the candidate will conducts/Facilitate some training for associates and managers, primarily relating to programs such as Diversity, Ethics, Harassment, Gallup Q12, Behavioral Interviewing, Leaders as Coaches, etc.
In this role you will be responsible for providing HR leadership, direction, and technical expertise in a variety of HR areas including but not limited to HR strategy, talent acquisition process, employee retention, organizational change, employee relations, regulatory compliance, wage and hour, etc.
In this role, you will works with the regional leadership team to provide strategic counsel regarding the region's vision, mission, structure, processes and people. Recommends, designs and facilitates implementation of solutions while also ensuring alignment with the company's strategic direction.
The Human Resources Director will be responsible for all Human Resources related duties for Company. The Human Resources Director will use his/her knowledge of labor law, and knowledge and experience of labor contract administration to sustain and promote positive relationships with the Union and Union members.
In this role, you will also be responsible for EMEAs service delivery model, until transition into the global model. This work will include business as usual operations and continuous improvement, as well as leading the transition projects supporting the Dow/DuPont merger and completing the HR OpEx program.
In this role, you will propose and implement changes to policy, process and procedure across the US to create consistent approaches across all labels and business units while seeking global alignment where applicable.
The Human Resources Leader is responsible for the development of a comprehensive people strategy that identifies and implements the processes, systems and standards necessary to support the achievement of the companys long-term business strategies and goals.
The role of the Director of HR Operations is an important and transformational hire to be made in for our client, and will be instrumental in building a sustainable best in class human resource function.
The Regional Director, Human Resources, Behavioral Health is responsible for providing HR leadership, direction, and technical expertise in a variety of HR areas including but not limited to HR strategy, talent acquisition process, employee retention, organizational change, employee relations, regulatory compliance, wage and hour, etc.
In this role, the selected candidate will ensure that all government requirements (Federal, State and local), filings, postings, and laws are satisfied for each location. Assist in the development of performance metrics that drive business goals.
In this role, you will be responsible to maintain and update job requirements and job descriptions for all positions. Work with leadership to establish and review annual compensation budgets and monthly budget reviews/reporting.