Manager, Employee/Labor Relations

Company Name:
WorkStaff USA Staffing Agency
The Employee/Labor Relations Manager serves as the primary point of contact for employee and labor relations and other people related issues within the organization. Supports the organization to achieve operational targets by developing, promoting, implementing, managing and maintaining effective HR policies, programs, procedures, and practices. Works towards the development of a positive employee relations climate in an organization that has both union and non-union employees. Provides day-to-day leadership and guidance regarding employment issues including but not limited to corrective action, arbitrations, mediations, grievance resolution, and other labor/employee relations functions. Advises and coaches Senior Management on HR-related issues. Provides coaching to managers on the resolution of sensitive employee situations, including performance improvement, disciplinary actions and terminations.
Bachelor's degree in business, Human Resources or equivalent.
PHR certification required; SPHR preferred.
Three (3) to five (5) years experience in an Employee Labor Relations role in a healthcare setting, with significant employee relations experience and knowledge of applicable regulations and trends.
Experience covering a wide variety of employment law related issues and in coaching managers in dealing with performance improvement and other sensitive communications.
Experience coaching and influencing managers and senior executives.
Excellent knowledge of HR/personnel practices and principles, and all applicable labor, payroll, benefits, health and safety laws and regulations.
Must have knowledge of HRIS systems and Excel and have knowledge of HR functional disciplines (i.e., Employee Relations, Staffing, Compensation & Benefits, HR Technology).
Good planning and time management skills.
Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of FLSA, ADA , FMLA, COBRA, OSHA, CAL/OSHA and other HR related regulations.

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