A Human Resources Generalist is a really key person within the human resources function of an organization. Principally, the HR Generalist is responsible for the day-to-day management of HR operations, which means that they manage the administration of the policies, procedures and programs of the organization.
A SNAPSHOT OF YOUR ROLE
- Promote harmonious relationships, camaraderie and cooperation within the Company by organizing activities and events that support and enhance employee morale.
- Meet with suppliers for company activities and make appropriate recommendations to the HRM
- Assist production managers in taking care of the movement of employees, promotion, layoff, transfer, resignation, etc.
- Coordinate with labor lawyers and attend conciliation meetings, if any
- Conduct administrative investigations of violations of Code of Conduct and Good Behavior for staff and management team members
- Conduct exit interviews, employee surveys and focus group discussions
- Conduct employee relations concerns, including but not limited to counseling and discipline
- Determine type of disciplinary actions that will be imposed on certain offenses based on the Company handbook
- Organize orientations for Supervisors and Managers regarding new policies and procedures
- Write email correspondence to relevant persons in the department the employee under investigation belongs to regarding Notices to Explain, Notices of Conference and Notices of Decision to asking for their recommendation on the penalty to be meted out
- Administer changes in compensation and reasons therefore concurrent to employee movement
A BIT ABOUT YOU
- Bachelor's and advanced degree and/or specialized training
- Over 3 years previous related experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified, preferably with an Australian based company.
- Computer literate with proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint
- Familiar with Australian Employment and Labour Law and other employment regulations
- Competent in decision-making and problem-solving
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Program planning and implementation skills
- Ability to foster a cooperative work environment