Human Resources Generalist

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Human Resources Business Partner, the HR Generalist will work on a variety of HR initiatives including but not limited to, Labour Relations, Union & collective agreement management, performance process management, compensation analysis, labour compliance, general HR communications, and other projects.
  • Ensure all HR – Labour regulations & practices are in compliance with the applicable employment legislations.
  • Review and resolve labour relations inquiries and issues.
  • Develop and implement HR policies, programs, and initiatives to support the strategic growth of the business.
  • Manage union inquires & partake in collective agreement negotiations.
  • Prepares/revises job descriptions, ensuring consistency of content/qualifications, and participates in job evaluations as required.
  • Conduct termination and exit interview processes and gather insightful employee feedback to identify any company gaps.
  • Provides operational support and advice on group benefits, pension, and the annual performance review cycle and process.
  • Work with the HR Business Partner and other key stakeholders to build and maintain a company-wide compensation and equity strategy.
  • Support with full-cycle recruitment & staffing needs as required.
  • Manage & maintain the company HRIS system, transactions, and updates.
  • Act as backup to other HR team members during vacations.
  • Ensure that inclusion and diversity is promoted and underpins all HR service delivery.
  • Champion and accelerate an excellent company culture with new programs and engagement initiatives.
  • Identifies opportunities to streamline or automate processes to continuously improve service delivery.
  • As duties & tasks as assigned and required.

Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in a similar role and capacity.
  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Labour Relations, Human Resources, or other related discipline.
  • Sound knowledge of federal and provincial employment legislations.
  • Experience in a unionized environment (asset).
  • Solid understanding of HR best practices, policies, and procedures.
  • CHRP Designation (asset).

Required Qualities

  • Exceptional interpersonal skills – you enjoy building relationships with employees, managers, and leaders across the company.
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage and on-going priorities.
  • A sound judgment and strong problem-solving skills.
  • The ability to act in a high manner of professionalism & discretion when handling confidential matters.
  • A self-starter mindset with the ability to take on any challenge head on.
  • The ability to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Bilingual English & French – written & Spoken.
  • Advanced knowledge of MS Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, & Power Point)
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, results oriented work environment.

  • Accepted file types: pdf, doc, doc.
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