- Trenton, GA, USA
- 65000-80000 per year Quarterly Bonuses
- Base + Bonus
- Full Time
Human Resource Generalist
Works in partnership with corporate HR and plant management to drive departmental and organizational initiatives by providing a full range of Human Resources services including Payroll and Labor Relations activities. Ensures that all human resource processes and payroll functions for the organization are carried out in a timely manner. Administers the local collective bargaining agreement in accordance with policy and strategy formulated. Drives various local HR related activities such as recruiting, on-boarding, compensation & benefits strategies and record keeping for the plant.
- Provide accurate and timely hourly weekly payroll data.
- Administer the local collective bargaining agreements in accordance with policies; assist in answering and settling grievances; supports legal with arbitration and negotiations preparation.
- Advises managers on how to handle specific situations (e.g., discipline, plant rules, policy interpretation, performance management, talent development, and employee relations).
- Identify and apply recruiting strategies to ensure a timely response to filling open hourly positions; manage the recruitment effort, applicant processing, screening, and onboarding process.
- Administer multiple benefit plans (including health, 401k, disability, etc.) for the plant which includes but is not limited to enrollments, change reporting, reconciliation, audits, maintaining statistical data and communicating benefit information to employees. Reconcile benefit invoices and 3rd Party Sick Pay.
Human Resource Generalist Requirements:
- Bachelor's degree required (preferably in related field)
- 3 - 5 years HR Generalist experience required with at least 2 years Labor Relations experience.
- Solid experience in payroll operations and HRIS database management, and in Microsoft Office applications.
Preferred Requirements for the Human Resource Generalist:
- Ability to work effectively in a team-based environment supporting manufacturing locations, preferably in a union environment.
- Strong understanding of legislation concerning employment (ADA, FMLA, FLSA, Title VII, OSHA).
- Strong customer service skills in advising employees at all levels of the organization.
- Strong analytical, decision making and problem-solving skills. Outstanding attention to detail, organization, and time management skills.
- Ability to work independently and cooperatively as part of a team, as well as ability to anticipate work needs and interact professionally with a diverse team.