Recruits non-exempt/exempt employees for the distribution center. Assists DC HR management team in implementation of company policies and procedures. Responds in a timely manner to employee issues and concerns by conducting the proper follow-up.
DUTIES and ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Recruits for non-exempt/exempt distribution center employees by placing advertisements and conducting interviews; monitors applicants through the hiring process (i.e., reference checks, pre-employment drug screenings, etc).
Processes applications, schedules interviews, and checks references; coordinates background checks.
Prepares open position/staffing report.
Performs exit interviews.
Ensures thorough understanding of company policies by conducting new employee orientations and follow-up sessions.
Processes incident/accident tracking, worker’s compensation tracking, and FMLA tracking.
Monitors OSHA and FMLA compliance; acts as liaison to Risk Management Department; ensures completion of medical certification and tracks use of FMLA hours.
May hire, supervise and conduct performance and development reviews for direct reports.
Assists distribution center management to ensure that all company policies are administered consistently.
Resolves issues regarding pay rates (i.e., retroactive pay, promotional and demotional pay adjustments, etc.)
Monitors contingent staffing.
Advises employee activities committee.
Performs data entry for management employees into HRIS.
Maintains KRONOS reporting.
Processes employment verifications.
Completes salary and benefit surveys and processes related reports and correspondence.
Other duties and responsibilities as determined by DC HR Manager.
KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS:
Thorough knowledge of human resource principles and practices.
Effective oral and written communication skills.
Thorough knowledge of company policies.
Computer skills: Word, Excel, and payroll/personnel systems such as Lawson and KRONOS.
WORK EXPERIENCE and/or EDUCATION:
Knowledge and skills are normally acquired through post-secondary education at the bachelor’s level in areas such as human resources management and industrial psychology.
Two to five years’ experience in progressively responsible positions; degree is not required with extensive experience.
WORKING CONDITIONS and PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Effective balance of floor time and office time is required. Most of work is conducted on the DC work floor but office and meeting time is required.