Human Resources Advisor - Full time
Human Resources Advisor
- Builds and develops relationships within the client group being supported and throughout the Company.
- Provides employee relations advice and guidance to managers and supervisors within designated client groups and other employee groups as required. Provides advice and recommendations to managers on the performance management process, progressive discipline approach and strategy, performance improvement plans, litigation and termination management.
- Conducts workplace investigations as required and manages the full investigation process.
- Delivers Human Resources training programs and identifies client training and development requirements. Maintains the programs and various training materials and makes recommendations for improvements as required.
- Provides full cycle recruitment and selection support to designated client groups within Head Office by working with hiring managers and ensures legislative compliance throughout the process.
- Administers the Company’s National Job Posting Program and provides advice, guidance and assistance to managers on recruiting issues.
- Supports, develops and implements health and safety programs for designated client groups, in conjunction with the other Human Resources Advisors.
- Receives accident reports and facilitates active claims with a focus on return to work. Develops and provides statistical reports to management to identify and track trends. Makes recommendations for enhancements to the program and future training bases on identified trends.
- Ensures adherence to Company policies and procedures by providing guidance and advice to managers and employees in designated client groups and other employee groups as required.
- Conducts research and monitors changes to employment legislation and identifies requirements for changes in Company policies and practices.
- Completion of a College diploma or University degree specializing in Business or Human Resource Management and possessing the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation is an asset.
- 4-6 years of Human Resources Generalist experience with a focus in the areas of employee relations, training and development, health and safety and legislative issues.
- Strong general knowledge of Human Resources practices and principles with excellent judgment and consulting skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision.
- Solid presentation and time management skills.
- Superior interpersonal, communication and influencing skills.
- Proven ability to develop effective relationships and gain credibility across all levels of the organization.
- Computer aptitude including good knowledge of MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint and familiarity with an HRIS.
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills; verbal and written.