In this role, the selected candidate will manage and guide HR teams in all areas of the HR function including: employee relations, compensation and benefits, leadership recruiting, retention, employee development, leadership succession, change management, legal compliance, country communications, guidelines and policies and performance management.
The Director of HR partners with the senior management team and is responsible for general human resource management, implementing, directing, and developing growth-enabling platforms for benefits, recruitment, compensation, talent review and succession planning, employee engagement and goal deployment in a union environment.
In this role, the selected candidate will formulate strategy and coordinate resources in labor negotiations, mediation, arbitration, grievances and grievance arbitration, unfair labor practices, and state and federal agency proceedings.
In this role, the selected candidate will partner with senior management and HR Centers of Expertise to develop and implement strategic human resources initiatives, policies and programs that align with global business goals and drive superior performance in different global regions.
The Director of Human Resources directs and coordinates all human resources activities including strategic planning and development of policies/procedures pertaining to human resources, staff recruitment and on-boarding, performance/talent management and development, and payroll/benefits management.
The Sr. HR Director will have the opportunity to drive significant change and transformation throughout the organization and have hands-on involvement in setting OD, Talent Management, and L&D strategies for the business. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of effectively managing change, a stellar sense of business acumen, and in-depth experience in organizational design to bring to the table.
In this role, you will be responsible to direct the human resources activities within the center including staff recruitment, training and updating center staff on company personnel policies, procedures, and regulations and monitoring and evaluating human resources systems.
In this role, the selected candidate will advise business leaders on all aspects of organizational effectiveness, including recruiting, training, performance management, compensation and labor strategies, employee relations, and the creation of development pathways for employees.