About Carrot:

Carrot Fertility is the leading global fertility care platform, serving people of every age, race, income, sex, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, and geography. Trusted by hundreds of multinational employers, health plans, and health systems, Carrot's comprehensive clinical program delivers industry-leading cost savings for employers and award-winning experiences for millions of people worldwide. Whether there is a need for care through fertility preservation, male-factor infertility, pre-pregnancy, IVF, pregnancy and postpartum, adoption, gestational surrogacy, or menopause, Carrot supports members and their families through many of the most memorable and meaningful moments of their lives. With Carrot, you can pursue your possible.

The Role: 

We're seeking a passionate Sr. HR Generalist to join our growing team and shape the future of our employee experience. This is more than just an HR role; it's a chance to build strong relationships, design a competitive rewards program, and ensure we're a great place to work.

You'll be a strategic partner across the organization, wielding your HR expertise to tackle everything from compliance to benefits administration to payroll. Are you a data whiz with a knack for problem-solving? Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment and love learning new things? If you said YEAH (and maybe know your way around XLOOKUP), we want to hear from you!

Responsibilities

  • Compensation & Benefits:
    • Design, implement, and manage competitive compensation and benefits programs that attract, retain, and motivate top talent.
    • Conduct market research to stay updated on salary trends and benefits offerings.
    • Analyze compensation data to ensure internal equity and compliance with pay equity laws.
    • Administer and communicate changes to compensation and benefits programs to employees.
  • Leave of Absence Management:
    • Oversee the leave of absence program, ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations (FMLA, ADA, etc.).
    • Process leave requests, liaise with our 3rd party leave administrator, and consult with employees on leave status.
    • Maintain accurate and confidential leave records.
    • Partner with managers to ensure smooth transitions for employees returning from leave.
  • Compliance:
    • Stay up-to-date on relevant employment laws and regulations (FLSA, ADA, etc.).
    • Develop and implement HR policies and procedures to ensure compliance.
    • Conduct audits and reviews to identify and address any compliance risks.
    • Partner with legal counsel on HR-related compliance matters.
  • Payroll Processing:
    • Manage the semi-monthly payroll process, ensuring timely and accurate employee paychecks.
    • Reconcile payroll accounts and investigate and resolve discrepancies.
    • Maintain accurate and up-to-date payroll records and reports.
  • 401(k) Administration:
    • Oversee the administration of the company's 401(k) retirement savings plan.
    • Ensure compliance with all applicable regulations (ERISA, etc.).
    • Provide ongoing communication and education to employees about the 401(k) plan.
    • Process employee contributions and loan requests.

The Team: 

You will report to the VP, People Operations and partner with the collective People team on the development and execution of compensation and benefits programs and processes.  

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Associate or Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration, or a related field 
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in a progressive HR role with a strong focus on compensation, benefits, leave of absence management, compliance, and payroll.
  • Proven experience in developing, implementing, and administering compensation and benefits programs.
  • In-depth knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations.
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.
  • Strong knowledge of Excel/Google Sheets. If XLOOKUP is your friend, say YEAH
  • Flexibility and willingness to learn and take initiative on various tasks and projects
  • Adaptable to organizational changes, evolving HR trends, and fast-paced start-up culture
  • Market research and data analysis
  • Project management
  • Considerable experience developing and interpreting HR reports

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Certification in Human Resources (e.g., SHRM, HRCI)
  • Experience in HR for multinational employee populations
  • Systems: ADP Workforce Now, Greenhouse, Google Suite, Lattice

 

Compensation: 

Carrot offers a holistic Total Rewards package designed to support our employees in all aspects of their life inside and outside of work, including health and wellness benefits, retirement savings plans, short- and long-term incentives, parental leave, family-forming assistance, and a competitive compensation package. The starting base salary for this position will range from $130,000.00 - $150,000.00. Actual compensation may vary from posted base salary depending on your confirmed job-related skills and experience.

Why Carrot?

Carrot has received national and international recognition for its pioneering work, including Best Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Product from the Anthem Awards, Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies, CNBC's 100 Barrier Breaking Startups, and more. Carrot is regularly featured in media reporting on issues related to the future of work, women in leadership, healthcare innovation and diversity, equity, and inclusion, including MSNBC, The Economist, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, National Public Radio, Harvard Business Review, and more. 

Carrot is a remote-first company with teams in more than 40 states across the United States and dozens of countries around the world. It has received numerous workplace awards, including Fortune's Best Workplaces in Healthcare, Quartz’s Best Companies for Remote Workers, and Great Place to Work and Age-Friendly Employer certifications. Learn more at carrotfertility.com.

 

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