HR Business Partner

Indianapolis, IN 46204

Posted: 03/30/2020 Industry: HR Employee Relations Manager Job Number: 100392 Pay Rate: up to 115K

Job Description

The Human Resources Business Partner – California, serves as a key influential strategic business partner for senior management while providing a variety of consulting services to leaders and employees in a region. This position plays a key role in developing and implementing strategic people programs in support of short and long-term business goals with the overall objective of attracting, retaining, and developing the best talent. As a business partner, s/he will assess and anticipate HR-related needs, and through collaborative partnerships across the organization, deliver value-added service to enhance the employee experience. The incumbent will have the foundational knowledge of organizational development including change management, organizational transformation, and performance.   This role is responsible for continuously evaluating and optimizing operational efficiencies and promoting excellence across the region it supports.   Key Responsibilities:
• Provide professional, business-focused HR delivery and build credibility with business leaders by demonstrating an understanding of the business strategy and challenges, aligning the short-term and long-term people goals with the business strategy. • Work in partnership with department leaders to identify the people implications of strategic and business plans and other developments. • Analyze trends and data insights to develop solutions, programs, and policies. • Facilitate effective workforce planning to identify the capacity and capability of the organization to deliver its objectives. • Provide a professional senior level, strategic and operational HR advice on the interpretation of HR policies and procedures, employment legislation, recruitment strategies, and managing change processes, providing risk analyses to support this. • Roll up your sleeves to perform core HR functions, resolve issues in areas such as employment practices, federal and state employment laws, performance and discipline, recruiting and hiring. • Ensure compliance with all federal/state/local employment laws, and regulations (unemployment, FCC, OSHA/safety, worker’ s compensation, affirmative action, FMLA, etc.)• Analyze and diagnose employee relations issues; investigate varying degrees of employee complaints, consult with internal and external counsel as well as senior leadership as appropriate and make sound, objective and timely recommendations for management action and follow-through to ensure closure. • Communicate with and educate on human resources policies and procedures. • Champion change and effectively guide business leaders and employees through organizational change. • Actively collaborate with HR colleagues to provide for and optimize support for assigned regions. • Coach all levels of managers on how to develop their employees and improve performance. Assist with the creation and execution of development plans. • Facilitate leadership team development; coach and counsel leaders on communication planning and processes, performance management, and organizational effectiveness activities. • Support and facilitate effective recruitment/retention strategies that focus on diversity in collaboration with hiring managers and the talent acquisition team. • Actively promote cultural change and support new ways of working and continuous improvement to provide a high quality, professional, consistent, and cohesive HR service. This includes working collaboratively and communicating proactively; understanding the needs of and soliciting/monitoring feedback from managers/employees, and enhancing HR service delivery which adds to the employee experience. • Other duties as assigned. 
• Bachelor’ s degree in HR, industrial relations, business management or related field preferred• 5+ years of HR experience with progressively increasing responsibilities, with a minimum of (4) years in HR Business Partner or comparable role
• 5+ years of experience with California employment laws and regulations• Ability to quickly establish credibility to partner effectively with business leaders and colleagues to define and deliver effective processes, programs, and tools that support the business goals • Ability to work effectively with senior leadership and serve as the principal HR contact and “ people expert” for assigned region • Strong business and financial acumen, including strong problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and business analysis skills • Ability to consult on strategic initiatives, including strategy, structure, process and people issues • Demonstrated advanced understanding and application of Human Resources areas including Talent Management, Employee Relations, Employee Engagement, Organizational Design, Compensation, Talent Acquisition, and Change Management. • Knowledge of HR best practices and demonstrated success working as a forward-thinking/progressive HR partner or consultant  
Graduate degree in business, HR or a related field (preferred)• HR certification such as SHRMP-CP or SHRM-SCP (preferred)


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