Experience in the following HR responsibilites: Payroll, Benefits, Compensation, Talent Acquisition & Retention, General and College Recruiting, Training & Development, Orientation, Employee Relations, Safety, HR, Legal and Acquisitions & Mergers.
Identify and communicate key responsibilities and practices to ensure the immediate team of direct reports promotes a successful attitude, confidence in leadership, and teamwork to achieve business results.
The HR Director will be responsible for managing and providing follow through on complex issues involving employee relations, legal, training, performance management, benefits, compensation, recruitment, worker's compensation, complaint investigation and coordination of internal and legal complaint responses.
Responsible for influencing the Senior Management Committee, Platform Presidents and large-scope functional VPs (senior leadership) on the design and execution of specific operational/functional strategies to achieve corporate goals.
Leads development of for the strategic workforce plan and associated cost of labor for assigned Company or Staff Agency; proactively partners with CFO and Workforce Planning organizations to ensure operational and strategic workforce plans are properly budgeted and aligned.
Collaborates and partners with Senior Functional Leaders including Commercial, R&D, and Quality/Regulatory spanning multiple Product Categories providing HR leadership on talent management initiatives and activities, organizational design and effectiveness, and supporting the execution of Product Category and Functional goals and objectives globally.
As a member of administrative council, the Director of Human Resources is responsible for all aspects of human resources management for the medical center to include but not limited to recruitment, retention, compensation, benefits, employee relations, employee health and occupational health.