Who We Are
Piaggio Fast Forward Inc. (PFF) was founded in 2015 by the Piaggio Group (the Italian manufacturer that created the iconic Vespa scooter, I know, cool right?). We are on a mission to build technology products that move the way that people move. In order to bring products to market today, PFF is solving the problem of robotic interaction with people in dynamically changing environments. We're innovators, neighbors, and creators with a passion for local living and pushing the limits on urban transportation. We support a sustainable mobility ecology with healthy lifestyles and social connectivity available to all, regardless of age or abilities.

The Opportunity 
The People & Culture Team at PFF knows that the best businesses are built by the best teams. Our team is looking for a People & Culture Generalist who is passionate about supporting our employees in our day-to-day people operations, can promote positive employee relations and engagement, and help maintain an internal culture that our employees love. We’re looking for a self-motivated, resourceful, and reliable doer who loves order and organization. If you thrive on creating and maintaining a warm and inclusive space while working in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment, you may be the one we are looking for!

What You’ll Do

  • Manage the new hire on-boarding process, including facilitation of background screening, I9 verification, and handling of new hire paperwork
  • Facilitate and coordination of employee off-boarding activities with internal stakeholders
  • Conduct Exit interviews and provide analysis of trends and recommendations
  • Providing support and guidance to managers and employees on HR policies and practices
  • Partners with managers to finalize job descriptions to ensure job descriptions are current, compliant, and maintained
  • Process employment actions and changes 
  • Conduct and document workplace investigations
  • Support Talent Acquisition activities and hiring managers, including immigration
  • Own Employer Branding activities and calendar
  • Maintain and update documents and information on company intranet file
  • Assist and facilitate performance review program, to include database maintenance, report generation, and employee & manager training sessions.
  • Recommend new approaches, programs, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of services performed
  • Support employee data reporting, audit, and data integrity initiatives
  • Manage and track employee referrals program, reward & recognition program, and coordinate with Finance to process payments
  • Monitor and maintain PeopleOps inbox
  • Assist with other projects as assigned

You’ll Love this Job if You

  • Work autonomously and are eager to show off your skills in building efficient, scalable, and compliant processes
  • Enjoy working closely with all levels of professionals across G&A and broadening your skillset to beyond just PeopleOps
  • Are eager to learn and grow with our PeopleOps team as we scale to support a rapidly growing organization

What You Need.

  • Bachelor’s degree highly preferred
  • 3+ years’ working experience in Human Resources
  • Knowledge of HR policies & processes
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and effectively handle highly sensitive and personal information with sound judgment
  • Advanced computer skills, including data entry, data processing, communication tools. Must be able to easily navigate multiple tools.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines with minimal supervision
  • Excellent communication/interpersonal skills and organizational skills; strong problem-solving ability
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure in a fast-paced environment

Commitment to Diversity
We strive to create a workforce that embraces every culture, language, age, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, background and experience. PFF has multiple DEI programs in place for our employees; including a mentorship program, regular pay equity audits, DEI training, and a standardized interviewing framework that is focused on "culture add". These programs support an equitable and inclusive workplace that promote the growth, retention, and recruiting of women and BIPOC in the workplace.

Note: Even if you don't meet all of the requirements listed we encourage you to apply. Think of it more as looking for some of the items listed, not all.

Where legally permissible, must be willing to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status on first day of employment.

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