In this highly visible role, the Director, Human Resources will work closely with function leaders to cultivate and maintain a talented workforce and a positive, high performance work environment throughout the Corporate Campus.
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.
Provides leadership to maintain and enhance effective labor (in coordination with the Labor team) and employee relations practices necessary to allow company to recruit and retain the best diverse talent, promote a high level of employee morale and minimize risk to the organization.
Responsible for overseeing investigations and maintaining proper documentation as required in response to all Sexual Harassment, EEOC, Department of Labor, Unemployment Commission, and Wage & Hour Board claims.
The HR Director will implement programs & practices which may include organization design and change management strategies, staffing, compensation, training & development, succession planning and performance management.
Maintain employee benefits programs and inform employees of benefits by studying and assessing benefit needs and trends; recommending benefit programs to management; directing the processing of benefit claims; obtaining and evaluating benefit contract bids; awarding benefit contracts; designing and conducting educational programs on benefit programs.
The Director of Human Resources is directly responsible for the overall administration, coordination and operation of human resources and the human resources team across all PHRG locations; directs and advises management at each location on polices, action recommendations and practices to support the companies' strategic success.
Identify and implement best practices for full lifecycle of employee development including recruitment, orientation, training and development, performance management, retention and succession planning.
Partner in addressing organizational design issues and opportunities across client groups, providing counsel on organization optimization, including restructuring, realignments, job description creation/evaluations and other methods for optimizing people resources.
As a member of the Human Resources Transaction Services team, you will help companies address the specific compensation benefits and equity issues that surround a transaction. PwCâs expertise in HR strategy, plan design, compliance, and communication helps companies address and resolve the issues of change in order to complete successful transactions, including the smooth assimilation of employees and the implementation of new benefit plans.
This role will be tasked with and responsible for a variety of HR functions such as organizational design, succession planning, employee engagement and overall strategic and tactical support to the organization.
Managing all aspects of hr operations and strategy including: recruiting, training, compliance with labor laws, coaching, employee relations, performance management, compensation, culture, organizational design and developing our employees to their maximum potential.
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.
The HR Director provides management with direction on all human resources activities including Recruitment, Performance Management, and Employee Relations, as well as assists with Compensation and Benefits where appropriate.