About Us:

Assembly is a global e-commerce software and data platform powering Helium 10, Pacvue, Refersion, PipeCandy and Influencer Marketing Hub. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Assembly empowers users to make more money, form better decisions, and take better actions through superior products, tools and community. Assembly serves millions of brands, merchants and users spanning 125 countries – providing them with the business technology they need to start, scale and thrive.

Responsibilities

  • Provides day-to-day partnership with leadership on a variety of actions to include employee relations issues, policy interpretation and application; talent management and development; and organizational design consultation.
  • Manage and facilitate organizational design and development, leadership coaching, and team building that support growth
  • Acts as a change agent to business through process design and approaches that support change and transformation – striving to lead mutual processes to best practice status.
  • Analyzes trends and metrics in partnership with HR peers to develop solutions; programs and policies. 
  • Leads and/or supports HR deliverables to include performance management; merit and bonus awards; benefits enrollment; etc.
  • Partners with Payroll, HR Operations, Compensation, and Benefits functions as needed to provide comprehensive services to employees and/or internal stakeholders
  • Work closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale and increase productivity and retention
  • Monitor and report on workforce and succession planning
  • Identify training needs for teams and individuals

Requirements

  • Proven work experience as an HR business partner in a high growth, remote environment
  • Previous experience with integration of newly acquired companies into an organization
  • Experience helping global and/or matrixed organizations scale
  • Analytical and goal oriented with demonstrable experience with HR metrics
  • Full understanding of HR functions and best practices
  • Project and change management experience 
  • Strong knowledge of California employment law highly preferred

Company Benefits:

  • Unlimited Paid Time Off 
  • Competitive benefits package covering health, dental, and vision
  • FSA
  • Long-term growth opportunities

 

Assembly is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or disability.

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