The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for assisting with all people support efforts for the Company; including but not limited to hiring processes, recruiting, onboarding, timekeeping, payroll & benefits administration, communication, and employee relations.
What You Get To Do:
Act as initial point of contact for HR related inquiries (i.e. employee changes, benefits, compensation, talent acquisition, payroll, policies & procedures, etc.). Redirect and escalate as necessary
Counsel and instruct supervisors, managers and employees regarding response to and resolution of problems, conflicts, and performance issues. Assist them in developing appropriate solutions.
Conduct investigations of all employee relations issues, report findings, make recommendations for resolution, and follow through on implementation of recommendations.
Recruit and attend job fairs as needed
Facilitate training and development event
Participate and Develop Employee engagement programs
Work with Benefits Administrator on; claims, audits, return to work programs, wage audits, work restrictions and modified duties.
Ensure compliance with all applicable federal and state employment related legal requirements
Help Benefits Administrator manage employee leave programs (FMLA, PFL, Disability, Maternity, etc.) and recommend/create/update policies, and employee communication pieces.
Manage temporary labor vendor relationships.
Participate in the development and implementation of strategic plan objectives and HR department strategies, goals, technologies, policies, and procedures
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management preferred.
Minimum of 5 years work experience in a Human Resources Generalist role or above required.
Experience working with multisite strongly preferred
Strong working knowledge and understanding of California labor laws.
Proficient computer skills including the Microsoft Office suite.
Tact, judgment, excellent communication skills, and the ability to work effectively with employees at all organizational levels required.
Demonstrated ability to deal with people and help them resolve their problems effectively is required.
Well-developed analytical skills, including the ability to conduct in-depth research, analyze data, and prepare recommendations, are required.
Ability to maintain the highly confidential nature of human resources work.
Ability to succeed in a demanding, dynamic, fast-moving organization requiring flexibility and balance.
Ability to react to change productively and to handle other tasks as required.
Must have a professional demeanor and able to work with all levels of employees
Experience working in 3PL or Shipping company is a big plus
Bilingual English and Spanish is helpful
You should have a passion for helping people and solving problems
Your attention to detail and organization skills need to be exceptional
Advantages of Joining the Team:Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance plans
Tax-free Flexible medical spending account
Employer paid Life insurance, short-term, and long-term disability
Paid Holidays; plus, PTO and Sick