At Everlane, we want the right choice to be as easy as putting on a great T-shirt. That’s why we partner with ethical factories around the world. Work with high quality and more sustainably sourced materials. And share the true cost of every product we make. But there's a lot more work to be done, and we're excited to be growing a team of motivated humans that are up for the challenge.

The Talent & People Operations team is committed to delivering the best employee experience from the moment they join the company to the time they leave. We put people first by providing our employees with the tools and resources to be their best selves at Everlane.

As the Human Resource Business Partner (HRBP), you will build, grow, support, and engage your client groups. As their key strategic people partner you will work with your teams to ensure we are scaling their departments effectively, while maintaining the culture and the peoples experience in the workplace. 

This is a full-time role based at our San Francisco office location in the Mission neighborhood. This person will report to our HR Director.

 

Your day-to-day:

 

  • Consults with People Leaders, providing HR guidance when appropriate.
  • Analyzes trends and metrics in partnership with the People Operations team  to develop solutions, programs, and policies.
  • Manages and resolves complex employee relations issues. Conducts effective, thorough and objective investigations.
  • Maintains in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of Team Members, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance. 
  • Provides day-to-day performance management guidance to People Leaders (coaching, counseling, career development, and progressive discipline).
  • Works closely with Senior Leaders, People Leaders, and Team Members to improve work relationships, build morale, and increase productivity and retention.
  • Provides HR policy guidance and interpretation.
  • Provides guidance and input on department restructures, talent  planning and calibration.
  • Identifies training needs for business units and individual People Leader coaching needs.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

We'd love to hear from you if you have:

  • You have 3+ years of experience as HRBP and employee relations experience in resolving complex issues.
  • You have excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • You have effective oral and written communication skills.
  • You are excellent with attention to detail.
  • You have the ability to work autonomously and as part of a collaborative team.
  • You have excellent organizational, multi-tasking, and time-management skills.
  • You have high ethical standards with demonstrated experience handling highly sensitive and confidential information.
  • You have a client service mindset with the desire to go above and beyond to support the team and organization.
  • Bachelor Degree is preferred but not required.

 

Additional Requirements:

  • Ability to sit for prolonged periods at a desk and work on a computer.
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds at times.
  • May be required to travel 10-30% annually.

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