The Regional HR Manager is both a strategic and hands on role that will provide HR support to multi-plant locations within the assigned region. The role will execute our people procedures & initiatives and drive HR processes and an employee centric culture.
- Partner with operations leadership to ensure HR policies and procedures are standardized and adhered to across plant locations.
- Provides HR advice and consultation to employees and management to include coaching and counseling on performance management issues, conflict management, interpretation of policies and resolution.
- Manage and provide support to local HR teams.
- A true hands-on approach as well as the ability to successfully monitor and assess employee morale to ensure employee engagement
- Oversee employee relations within region, ensuing that investigations are conducted and documented appropriately
- Support the creation and execution of effective employee relations, retention and reward programs
- Leads people initiatives including performance appraisals, promotions, employee development and training
- Support and work with local HR and Talent Acquisition team to develop and implement local recruiting and hiring strategies
- Work with local HR teams and plant management to develop and implement standardized onboarding programs.
- Support safety initiatives
- Monitor and ensure compliance in hiring practices; employee documentation and all other HR operations within region
- Support local HR teams and plant management on a daily basis
- Coordinate with Regional HR Managers and Corporate HR team on organization-wide strategies and objectives
- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Business Administration or related
- 8 + years of experience in a HR management role, preferably in a manufacturing or distribution environment
- Experience leading HR initiatives for multiple locations
- Demonstrated experience with conflict resolution techniques, feedback and decision-making processes
- Strong understanding and knowledge of employment law, including California labor laws
- Experience working in a rapid and complex changing work environment
- Prior experience leading, coaching, and mentoring direct reports.
- Prior experience supporting hourly employee groups (distribution, manufacturing, or call center environments).
- Must be able to travel up to 35% of the time