Human Resources Manager – Leamington
As a strategic business partner, the Human Resources Manager is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the human resources systems and team. This position focuses on meeting business performance objectives through effective HR planning, development, coaching and problem solving.
Duties and responsibilities include the following, but not limited to:
- Planning, organizing, reviewing and evaluating the work of the HR Department
- Responsible for a team of five (5) and providing training in the technical aspects of the job, recommending and implementing decisions, promoting continuous improvement in HR Services
- Reviewing, analyzing and administering human resources programs – recruitment and selection, employee development, pay equity, wellness and other programs
- Ensuring compliance to all applicable laws
- Administering the operations of the HR department – developing internal work procedures to assure consistency
- Budgetary responsibilities – monitoring and controlling expenditures in accordance with company budget and policies
- Directing, evaluating and assisting with training and development initiatives
- Managing the Labour Relations program – administering collective bargaining agreement, investigating and resolving grievances or arranging mediation/arbitration
- Advising department managers, leaders, supervisors and employees in the interpretation and application of human resources policies and procedures
- Assisting Human Resources team with recruitment requirements, labour relations issues including absenteeism and workplace violent, training, etc
- Participating with the Joint Health & Safety Committee
- Overseeing WSIB claims and work in conjunction with H&S Manager
- Overseeing Orientation training to ensure compliance
- Leading and overseeing the development, implementation and on-going maintenance of the SQF system
- Degree/Diploma in Human Resources
- CHRP/CHRL designation an asset but not required
- Minimum ten (10) years experience in a Unionized manufacturing setting
- Experience providing counsel to leaders and employees on issue and grievance resolution in a unionized environment.
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to influence and build positive relationships across all levels of the organization.
- Experience in multiple HR disciplines including compensation practices, employee relations, talent management, diversity, performance management, and federal and provincial laws.
- Strong levels of personal and professional integrity.
- Able to build trust and maintain confidentiality as a key confidante of employees and management.
- Demonstrated safety leadership.
- Strong coaching and influencing skills.
- Experience in leading change management initiatives.
- Ability to effectively navigate through ambiguous situations.
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities, assess HR implications and manage details.
- Excellent computer skills, including proficient in MS Office (Excel., Word, PowerPoint).
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills and presentation and facilitation skills.
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