About the Company:

Industrious is the largest premium workplace-as-a-service provider and home to the highest-rated workplaces in the industry. Everything we do comes down to creating great days for teams of all sizes and stages, including our own. We believe that what makes a great day at work is the people on your team, and the problems you get to solve together. We’re looking for people who love thinking outside the box and thrive in a truly collaborative setting. As teammates we encourage new ideas and toast every win. We’re excited about having a meaningful impact on people’s workplace experience. 

Great days also start when everyone can be their authentic self at work. Diversity of backgrounds, thoughts, and ideas is critical to our success in delivering great workplace experiences, both for our members and for each other. Industrious is committed to creating an inclusive, respectful environment that embraces your individuality and quirkiness. You are valued for who YOU are. We celebrate our people as individuals who can accomplish great things when we work together as one team.

We are proud to have been recognized as one of America’s 500 fastest-growing companies in 2020 by Inc. Magazine and one of Forbes’ Best Startup Employers.

To learn more, visit www.industriousoffice.com/careers.

About the Role:

As the HR Business Partner, you will be instrumental in ensuring we have high performing, engaged teams and be responsible for delivering results. You’ll spend your time partnering with senior level managers in organization design, talent strategy, manager and leadership coaching, and in employee relations. You’ll touch multiple business lines, and have a significant impact on business outcomes.

You are not afraid to get your hands dirty, and can easily pivot from smaller administrative tasks to high level strategy work. You are nurturing and enjoy caring for our people and acting as an embodiment of Industrious’ culture. You love working with employees at all levels of the organization, you love to assess employee and team needs and make recommendations for appropriate solutions, and you are excited at the opportunity to build out new programs and initiatives. 

You do not have an ego, you are open to suggestions and enjoy bouncing ideas off of your team. You are flexible and can deal with anything thrown at you at any given moment. When things are at their most chaotic, that’s when you’re at your best -- sifting through the ambiguity, being the calm voice in the room, and helping managers across the organization come to great solutions. 


Leadership People Support:

  • Provide strategic business partnership to ~15 leaders
  • Partner with managers on org planning, performance management, change management, employee engagement & development, and conflict resolution
  • Drive planning and implementation of company-wide HR initiatives such as Wellness programs and DE&I programs
  • Manage and facilitate the overall Performance Management process in partnership with the L&D team 
  • Design and adapt our people processes as we scale, provide coaching and support to our leaders and managers

Coaching and Manager Development

  • Deliver appropriate coaching and development feedback to managers and leaders
  • When managers approach you with a problem, you can provide recommendations or tools needed to solve

Employee Relations

  • Maintain knowledge of local labor market trends
  • Lead, investigate and resolve employee relations matters and investigations including workplace conflicts or allegations of policy and/or legal violations
  • Evaluate and recommend best practices in the application of HR systems and policies
  • Generalist knowledge of various employment laws and practices, with a specific knowledge about hourly populations, accrued sick time


  • 7+ years of professional experience with demonstrated success in an HR Business Partner
  • 5+ years of experience supporting multiple client groups of at least 100 employees
  • Demonstrated success coaching, advising, and providing consultative support to leaders across multiple levels
  • Demonstrated ability to think creatively and strategically with a track record of building new approaches, systems or creating unique new opportunities
  • Demonstrated experience managing complex and cross-functional initiatives, processes, or projects
  • Excitement around operating in ambiguous spaces and often reasoning through problems without a guidebook
  • Comfort developing and leveraging systems and tools for data-driven decision-making and analysis
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

In addition to our incredible team, there are lots of other great reasons to work with us.

  • Health care, including vision and dental
  • Learning & development grant
  • 401K plan
  • Generous vacation time
  • Paid parental leave

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