HR generalist

HR generalist
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HR generalist
HR generalist
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HR generalist

Experienced

Facilitates HR activities such as employee mobility, recruiting, hiring, personnel actions, records management, communications, and training. Maintain and improve employee relationships through internal workshops and other corporate HR initiatives.

  • Increased employee candidate pool by 10% per quarter.
  • Manage the travel and interview process for executive candidates.
  • Conduct interviews for new hires.
  • Manage HR data and employee benefits distribution, including payroll and benefits inquiries.
  • Leverage excellent communication and public speaking skills to de-escalate issues.

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HR generalist

Experienced

Direct consistent and compliant HR practices throughout the company, including new employee training, payroll and employee data management. Provide support for new hires and manage new employee orientations. Maintain paper and electronic files and assist with audits.

  • Cut back on employee conflict incidents by 25%.
  • Conduct exit interviews for transitioning employees, assist in negotiations and employee retainment initiatives.
  • Follow HR procedures and guidelines to ensure compliance with local and federal laws.
  • Maintain spreadsheets, databases and information systems with HR data.

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HR generalist

Senior

Manage HR recruitment, retainment and conflict initiatives while leading the human resources team. Design new employee orientation processes and streamline HR data practices. Deescalate employee conflicts as needed.

  • Reduce employee turnover rate by 40% by presiding over salary and benefits negotiations.
  • Provide cost-benefit analysis for recruiting needs and employee hiring practices.
  • Design and implement HR programs and strategies to improve employee engagement and retention.
  • Maintain expertise in operational and tactical areas of HR including employment law, leave management, FLSA classifications, and HR technology.

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