The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for aligning business objectives with employees and leadership in a designated business unit. The successful HR Generalist acts as a consultant/business advisor, employee advocate and change agent on human resources matters. Working with the business unit, this role formulates human resources tactics and strategies to meet the business unit’s for success. You will ensure that the business unit is integrated and aligned on business related solution while continuously developing strong partnerships across the HR function to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflects the business objectives of the organization. This is a great opportunity for a person to develop a high level of comprehension of business unit’s daily operations, strategic position, financial and operating objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Embedded in the business unit (s) (BU) to comprehend the strategic and day to day operations to provide consultation on various human resources matters – staffing, employee relations, training, etc.  Responsible for 200 to 300 employees
  • Conducts weekly meetings with respective business unit
  • Acts as an advisor/coach to the business unit providing HR expertise and guidance when appropriate on HR related matters – coaching, counseling, career development, resource planning, succession planning and employee relations
  • Creates Human Resources Service Level Agreements (SLAs) for the business unit and analyzes trends and metrics in partnership with the HR group to develop solutions, programs, policies and strategic initiatives
  • Develops communication cascade to keep BU and BU Senior HR Leader informed of issues/matters and strategic initiatives
  • Manages and resolves complex employee relations issues. Conducts effective, thorough and objective investigations and escalates to Senior HR leader for the business unit to ensure consistency
  • Maintains an in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance 
  • Works closely with the BU leadership and employees to improve work relationships, create culture, build morale, and retention
  • Advisor on all HR policy guidance and interpretation
  • Assists BU leadership on resource planning, selection process and on-boarding of business unit employees. HR process champion of BU’s seasonal hiring process 
  • Advisor on all disciplinary matters up to including separations for cause and reduction in force and seasonality of the business
  • Identifies training needs for business. Participates in evaluation and monitoring of training programs to ensure success. Follows up to ensure training objectives are met

Skills and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or comparable combination of education and human resources related experience. PHR/SPHR is a plus, but not required
  • Three to seven years previous human resources experience solving complex human resources matters
  • Working knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines with a focus on employee relations, staffing, performance management and succession planning. Including a solid comprehension of federal and state employment laws.
  • High level of computer skills with a high proficiency in MS Suite of products
  • Excellent interpersonal skills both verbal and written
  • Highly detailed and ability to analyze and interpret results to create effective solutions
  • Able to work in a fast paced environment and leverage past experience to make solid decisions for the business

Benefits and Perks:

  • Open vacation policy
  • 401k program with company match
  • Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance benefits
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Commuter and transit benefits
  • Professional growth opportunities
  • Casual dress code
  • Generous employee referral bonuses
  • Employee interest clubs
  • Charitable events
  • Monthly event calendars, newsletters and wellness activities
  • GoHealth is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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