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HR Manager, Western U.S. & Canada

HR Manager, Western U.S. & Canada

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The Human Resources (HR) Manager is responsible for all aspects of human resources services for a large, matrixed and/or geographically dispersed client group. Specific focus includes talent management, recruitment and hiring of staff, onboarding, training, employee communications, compensation, and performance management.

 
 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE
  • Oversee the recruitment process for highly skilled staff, including creation of and/or consultation on job descriptions, grade levels and compensation with a focus on increasing diversity and a culture of inclusion.
  • Partner with hiring managers and/or an RPO vendor to ensure all recruiting efforts remain on track and are completed in a timely manner.  
  • Work with hiring managers and local operations staff to develop and conduct new employee orientations to ensure staff are effectively onboarded in a timely manner.
  • Support managers and staff with performance partnership matters. 
  • Collaborates with senior HRBPs to assist with employee relations matters and concerns.
  • Ensure that all types of terminations are managed effectively and as per TNC and U.S. and Canadian labor requirements. 
  • Drive the annual performance management process, ensuring that all staff are trained and aware of due dates. 
  • Work with the HRBP to assess workforce planning needs and build business unit capacity.
  • Communicate personnel-related policies, procedures and programs; ensure the integrity of all personnel-related transactions with accuracy and within deadlines. 
  • Keep current with relevant employment laws, with a specific focus on Canadian employment law and assist managers and staff with interpretation and compliance. 
  • Ensure that all recruitment and personnel files are complete and are in compliance with legal requirements and internal policies of TNC.
  • Coordinate with Worldwide office Global Mobility team on immigration matters.
  • Ensure that all HR administrative paperwork is completed by local operations staff accurately and in a timely manner.  May complete and submit HR paperwork as necessary. 
  • Support managers in talent management interventions for their respective teams.
  • Help business units foster an engaging and productive team culture by participating and supporting team building events and activities.  
  • Engages in the management of HR activities as outlined above outside their assigned geographies on an as needed/requested basis.
  • May require some amount of travel domestically and/or internationally and evening and weekend hours.
 
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