$200K — $250K *
The Employee and Labor Relations Director is responsible ensuring a positive workplace culture with a focus on employee relations, labor relations and the administration of Company policy, procedure, and diversity initiatives in accordance with Bob’s Core Values.
This is an office-based position with some primarily local travel during the business day. Some out-of-area and overnight travel may be expected, especially during contract negotiations.
• Leads strategy and ownership in all areas of employee relations.
• Has direct responsibility for the Compliance Manager/Compliance function.
• Investigates working conditions, disciplinary actions, and employee and applicant concerns and grievances. Provides guidance to managers and employees, ensures investigations and resolutions are properly documented, and that follow-up actions are taken.
• Identifies organizational opportunities in employee relations and leads training, reporting, policy development, etc., to make positive impacts.
• Takes lead responsibility for the management and resolution for all employment-related legal matters. Owns strategy with outside counsel in bringing matters to resolution, minimizing financial exposure, and taking proactive steps to mitigate risk going-forward.
• Manages labor-union relations to achieve and protect business objectives, to maintain constructive working relationships, and to ensure best possible outcomes for Bob’s and Bob’s employees.
• Is continuously active to ensure Bob’s maintains a positive and constructive work environment that is aligned with our open door policy and belief in a union-free work environment.
• Leads collective bargaining negotiations and ensures compliance with collective bargaining agreements.
• Crafts and communicates employment policies and procedures to ensure alignment to key expectations and job requirements, and consistent understanding and acknowledgment of these policies across the Company.
• Leads the Compliance function that is charged with ensuring that Bob’s executes it’s people-related responsibilities consistent with employment, wage and hour, and Bob’s policy expectations and obligations.
• Administers EEO and diversity programs that encourage an inclusive and diverse workforce by:
• Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management or related field.
• Seven or more years’ experience in a Human Resources leadership role with five or more years labor relations experience in a Union environment.
• Significant experience with writing and communicating employment-related policy.
• Extensive experience managing and resolving employment-related legal matters.
• SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) credential preferred.
• Excellent strategic goals setting and negotiation skills.
• Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills.
• Thorough knowledge of labor relations practices and legal requirements.
• Extensive knowledge of HR related federal, state and local laws and regulations.
Valid through: 12/14/2020