HR Business Partner
Department: Human Resources
Reports to: HRBP Director
Location: Quincy, FL
SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Human Resource Business Partner will assist the HRBP Director in the assigned HR functions to support company culture and growth. This role will facilitate employee relations on behalf of the company within the different locations in the designated geographic area(s). The Human Resource Business Partner will help to provide an excellent workplace experience, assisting with inquiries about company policies, and ensuring best employee relations practices.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES:
- Meets regularly in the assigned locations and attends department meetings to understand goals and objectives to provide appropriate guidance and support.
- Provides day-to-day assistance to all employees within the geographic area in any HR related matters maintaining effective communication.
- Recognizes sensitivity, complexity, and urgency of employee relations issues and takes appropriate action to provide sound guidance on resolutions protecting sensitive information or escalate issues to Regional HR.
- Serves as the initial contact and liaison for intake and assessment of employee issues and complaints.
- Responds to fact-findings and to conduct prompt, thorough, neutral, and accurate workplace investigations related to employee misconduct, discrimination, and other complaints.
- Conducts high-level workplace investigations on short timeframes ranging from simple to, sometimes, complex issues and escalating most significant issues to Regional HR.
- Tracks and logs thorough documentation of all incident reports and investigations on employee-related incidents following company protocols and in the corresponding company systems.
- Assesses training needs and provides recommendations on topics of employee-related training with Regional HR and assists with the coordination of training as needed.
- Provides HR policy guidance and interpretation to employees and/or supervisors assisting management in formulating responses.
- Assesses the location?s work environment and communicate with Regional HR in areas of development. Interprets the need for the intermediate and long-term advancement potential of individuals and jobs to create organization opportunities for development.
- Promotes a collaborative approach to serve and support all employees across the geographic area in conjunction with strong ethics to represent and practice the company values.
- Assists with HRIS systems use and HR programs to employees when needed or recommends points of contact to help address employees? inquiries.
- Opens, organizes, and updates employee files. Tracks employee progress, noting promotions, recognitions, policy violations, and documenting them accordingly. Ensures all employee files are maintained according to law.
- Provides feedback to Regional HR and Area Managers regarding trends revealed when conducting exit interviews.
- Provides feedback to Talent Acquisition Recruiters regarding the competency of terminated employees.
- Participates in legal hearings to provide testimonies and monitoring proceedings.
- Assists the HR team ensuring Employee Handbook is updated with current policies and procedures.
- Works closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, and increase productivity and retention.
- Provides recommendations on policies and procedures that support best practices and a positive work environment
- Any other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor?s degree in human resources or related field required.
- Minimum of three years of professional HR experience.
- 3+ years of employee relations experience or equivalent through training and/or education.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, including excellent documentation and presentation skills.
- Must be bi-lingual; English and Spanish preferred
- Thorough understanding of state and federal laws concerning labor relations, employment laws, EEOC, ADA, and any others.
- Ability to comprehend, interpret, and apply the appropriate sections of applicable laws, guidelines, regulations, ordinances, and policies.
- High level of analytical ability to find solutions on complex legal issues and dispute resolution.
- Highly organized and able to multi-task and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
- Interpersonal skills to effectively and sensitively communicate with all levels of management, employees, as well as external contractors.
- Ability to remain tactful, calm, and persuasive in controversial and/or confrontational situations.
- Must maintain a high level of confidentiality.
- Microsoft Office knowledge.
- Frequent travel to different locations within a specific geographic area.
Equal Opportunity Employer l Trulieve Supports a Drug Free Workplace