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$100K to $120K -Dallas, TX
The HRM provides support to the client for various HR related needs by assisting with planning, implementing and evaluating employee relations and human resources policies, programs and practices. Supports corporate leadership by demonstrating alignment with corporate values.
The HRM is responsible for developing the human capital necessary to support the achievement of the financial, compliance, and strategic goals of their respective store location, positively contributing to the long - term success of the market, region, and company.
The Field HR Manager is responsible for achieving great people results in turnover, selection, staffing, and cultural leadership; lead and consult the Market Management on employee relation issues and talent management.
Provide professional level service and results as it pertains to HR core functional knowledge of employee relations, recruitment, performance management, compensation, benefits and training and development.
This position is responsible for client group employee relations, performance management, change management, policy and procedure interpretation, legal compliance, total compensation, training and development, and communication initiatives.
Provide leadership and advice on all applicable laws and ensure processes are in place for ongoing compliance. Lead training across the site to enhance the skill levels of the workforce, thereby contributing to the organizations overall effectiveness.
Manages relationship with third party vendors including writers, graphic designers, photographers, and videographers; manages production process and edits/reviews while gaining efficiencies and maintaining continuity of tone, look, feel by leveraging existing Corp Communications agency/professional relationships.
Identify and drive initiatives and activities that support the organizations culture - the complex but powerful element that shapes work enjoyment, work relationships and work processes of an organization.