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Manages human resources operations by recruiting, selecting, and hiring competitive staff along with the guidance and input of the department managers; appraising, counseling, disciplining, and reviewing staff job contributions; maintaining compensation guidelines that are in line with all job descriptions in similar markets; determining, along with the President and department managers, the production, productivity, quality, and customer-service strategies.Develops HR operations and financial strategies by preparing a budget including forecasting, as well as anticipating requirements, trends, and variances and lining up monetary resources to afford and establish outsourcing needs for employee screening and occasional job recruiting for specific needs.Directs department management and anticipates employee actions by researching, developing, establishing and updating policies and procedures, implementing a code of conduct and ethics, as well as developing an HR handbook.Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements and legislation, and advising management on required actions.Job Title: OD SpecialistRole: Manages the Organizational Development unit Complies with established OD and leadership abilities and implements interventions and programs that understand support the goals, vision and values of the organization. In conjunction with HR Director and President, the OD initiates, develops, and implements learning and development opportunities tied to strategic organizational goals and requirements.Develops and maintains strategic goals; systematic thinking and progress; change management; consulting of department managers; department coaching; team development; and facilitation of organizational change by way of training and development. Creates and implements programs within the organization that connects employees with business goals.
HR Department Organizational Plan and Chart6Consults with management and other leadership to identify business processes, and potentialissues and roadblocks.Creates aptitude models.Develops team-building exercises and workshops.Assist department managers and staff to create project timelines and deadlines.Supports performance management.Job Title: Human Resource GeneralistRole: Day-to-Day Management of HR operationsManages parts of the recruitment process once a potential staff member has been offered employment; conducts and manages the employee onboarding process.