The Role 

In partnership with our HR teams and leadership across production, retail and shared services, the Employee Relations Business Partner will provide employee relations support, thought partnership and coaching to ensure we are creating an environment for employees that is fair, respectful, and consistent with our company values and objectives. The Employee Relations Business Partner will also help identify, create, and implement ER processes, programs, and tools to build organizational capability.

Responsibilities 

  • Investigate highly sensitive employee issues including interviews, review of internal systems, composing investigation summaries and proposing action based on findings 
  • Advise HR teams and leaders on employee misconduct and performance issues 
  • Consult and collaborate with HR and Legal teams on employee investigations 
  • Provide support to HR teams and leaders as it pertains to policy interpretation 
  • Create mechanism for analysis of casework trends and produce strategic, proactive recommendations to People team leadership and the business to address and mitigate systemic issues 
  • Help design and implement training based on analysis and key ER themes to build Manager capabilities 
  • Partner with People team leadership on the creation and/or revision of people programs, policies and practices to sustain a positive work environment for GTI employees 
  • Help balance risk, taking into account employee, business and company perspectives 

Qualifications  

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources or related discipline with experience in Employee/Labor Relations
  • Advanced degree, such as a JD, or other specialized training in employee/labor relations is a plus
  • Minimum 5 years of previous experience in ER positions with increasing scope of influence
  • Demonstrated passion for employee relations, investigations and employment/labor law
  • Solid understanding of federal and state employment and labor laws
  • Experience in conducting investigative work
  • Strong communication skills including listening, writing and presentation
  • Demonstrated ability to influence others
  • Strong interpersonal skills, can effectively interface and collaborate with employees at all levels of the organization
  • Ability to travel 20-30% of the time to visit stores and manufacturing locations

Additional Requirements 

  • Must pass any and all required background checks  
  • Must be and remain compliant with all legal or company regulations for working in the industry  
  • Must possess valid driver’s license 
  • Must be a minimum of 21 years of age 
  • Must be approved by state badging agency to work in cannabis industry 
  • As a condition of employment,  Green Thumb industries is requiring new employees to be fully vaccinated on their first day of employment.  This requirement can be met by providing proof of having been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with any of the three COVID-19 vaccines (manufactured by Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson) on start date or requesting an exemption at time of offer. 

To lessen the impact on our patients, customers and teams and help keep them safe, we will require new hires to be fully vaccinated, as defined by the CDC. For questions, reach out to careers@gtigrows.com. 

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