Human Resources Generalist

This Human Resource Generalist will support Canadian Operations. Duties may include, but are not limited to, providing support to the Company in the areas of employee and management relations,  employment law compliance, and policy awareness.  Human Resource Generalist Duties & Responsibilities: Support various human resource initiatives and procedures; assist in development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures Provide employee relations support to managers/supervisors and employees to ensure complaints, performance management and corrective action procedures are handled in a fair, consistent, and legally compliant manner Provide guidance to managers and supervisors regarding labor and employment law compliance, wage/hour laws, sexual harassment and discrimination prevention, etc. Utilize independent judgment and best practices in conducting investigations and recommended resolutions; documents investigations as appropriate Responsible for compiling data, reporting and analysis of investigation data and results Performs other related duties as assigned Understand and comply with the Company's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and other industry-specific professional and ethical conduct standards, if applicable Job Requirements QUALIFICATIONS: 5+ years of Human Resources experience; preferably in a construction or manufacturing environment 5+ years of experience with Canadian employment law and benefits Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or related field required Solid knowledge of current labor laws and human resource practices  Proficiency in Oracle highly preferred Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships at all organizational levels Detail oriented and self-motivated with excellent organizational skills Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment Customer service focused Strong written and oral communication skills Excellent computer skills including MS Word and Excel
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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