Human Resources Business Partner
Posted on: January 10, 2022
Job Title: HR Business Partner
Department: Human Resources
Reports To: Director of HR - Weld On
FLSA Status: Exempt
The Human Resources Business Partner will support business
functions in Gardena, California in all aspects of Human Resources.
Some functions the HRBP will own include: staffing, recruiting,
employee relations, orientation, benefits, compensation, training,
policy interpretation/implementation and performance
The position is also responsible for the execution of additional
continuous improvement initiatives identified as business
priorities. All responsibilities must be performed in collaboration
with additional Human Resource partners to create sustainable and
consistent processes amongst all North America company
sites/employees. All tasks should be in alignment with the
company's strategy and be designed to achieve maximum effectiveness
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Develop and implement a recruitment strategy for hourly and salary
positions using IPS standard of work processes including posting of
positions, applicant tracking, evaluation of candidates and
recommendations to hiring managers.
Establish, maintain and utilize relevant metrics to gauge the
effectiveness of the talent acquisition function. Utilize these
metrics to drive sustained continuous improvement.
Lead talent and development planning including assessment of
talent, succession planning, leadership development and workforce
planning, Partner with the leadership team to ensure that the right
talent is available to execute the business plans in advance of
Analyze results of the annual employee survey to provide insight
and recommendations to improve results; partner with leaders of
each group to drive team improvements through the creation and
execution of an action plan. Ensure visual management is used
throughout the year on progress on action plans.
Ensure thorough familiarity with company policies and procedures as
well as local labor laws. Appropriately applies policies and
procedures in compliance with appropriate legislation. Properly
execute corporate policies and HR programs ensuring superior
quality, delivery and cost. Interpret policies and make
recommendations for improvements.
Answer employee questions and assist with HR programs, policies,
benefits, FMLA, and other employee safety, health and wellness
Day-to-day employee relations including problem solving,
counseling, coaching, fact-finding, etc.
Own communication, execution and follow-up of cyclical team events.
This includes but is not limited to: open enrollment, hourly merit
reviews, salaried merit reviews, performance and development
programs as well as employee events
Complete various projects involving analytical and research work,
i.e. legislative changes, regulations and defining
Responsible for talent management including consulting with the
organization's leaders regarding team development and
personal/professional development of employees.
Partner with leadership to facilitate meaningful change and
improved organizational effectiveness. HRBP's will join with
leadership to champion the IPS Business System. IPS Business System
is the organizational culture that encompasses continuous
improvement and policy deployment of strategic initiatives.
Develop an understanding of the relevant industry including
business cycles, competitors, customers, channel partners and key
Operational Excellence - Executes and oversees day to day
administrative functions including administration of human
resources policies and programs, approval of requisitions and offer
letters, guidance on employee mobility/relocation, employee
relations, participation and contribution to annual compensation
planning and performance management process
Travel up to 10% of the time.
Change Management: A combination of mental flexibility, creativity,
conceptual ability and judgment. Ability to lead and manage change
process for the organization effectiveness. An analytical and
effective human resources problem-solver, with a strong strategic
orientation; someone who deals effectively with both macro "big
picture" issues, as well as detailed tactical activity involved in
developing appropriate programs.
Strong interpersonal savvy: A good listener with outstanding
interpersonal qualities and a natural, effective consultative
style. Someone who is sought out for their opinions and counsel and
who can forge and maintain close relationships, both internally and
externally. A highly-motivated team player who contributes to an
atmosphere in which people work together, enthusiastically and
effectively, in producing outstanding results.
Results driven : An energetic, resourceful and hands on individual
with a strong service orientation, someone who commits
herself/himself fully to the job and who is dedicated to developing
and delivering outstanding work - consistently revisits, rethinks
and proactively explores opportunities to improve the Human
Resources function, and its support of the organization's mission
and objectives. Ability to maneuver between strategic thinking,
planning and tactical execution.
Managerial Courage : Willing to say what needs to be said, take a
tough stand, and give candid / frank feedback when necessary.
Ability to Deal with Paradox : Must have the ability to work in a
very fluid environment and deal with seeming opposite concepts and
Strong Organizational Agility: Must be comfortable working in a
highly matrixed environment and influencing without authority.
Leadership : Self-starter who leads by example; effective in
working with, and through others.
Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor's degree in business, human resources/labor relations or
related field required.
Master's Degree in business, human resources/labor relations or
related field a plus.
Minimum of 2-3 years in a HR generalist or related role.
Must possess skills regarding conflict management,
counseling/coaching, recruitment & interviewing, compensation,
training, safety, problem solving and personnel administration.
Must possess excellent persuasion and leadership skills to gain
consensus regarding organizational strategy and policy that will
inevitably involve continuous change and improvement.
Knowledge of federal, state and local employment laws
Excellent knowledge of Word, PowerPoint and Excel
Excellent interpersonal skills, verbal, and written communication
Comfortable speaking in front of groups
Organization and time management skills
Continuous improvement approach to processes
Must be able to speak Spanish.
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