HR Generalist (JR1013077)
- 2601 14th Avenue, Markham, Canada
The HR Generalist will work closely with department leaders to provide support and guidance on HR related activities. The HR Generalist will be responsible for handling day-to-day HR matters and supporting the team in a variety of areas, including, but not limited to: full-cycle payroll processing; recruiting and onboarding; employee relations and corrective action; performance management; compensation and benefits; and training and development.
Key Job Functions/Responsibilities
Conduct recruitment and new hire activities for contract and permanent positions, including: conducting telephone interviews, performing in-person interviews, administering testing, processing background checks, preparing job offers, onboarding in HRIS, preparing announcements, conducting orientation, etc.
Conduct termination activities for contract and permanent positions, including: sending termination tickets and collecting company property
Responsible for completing and filing HR checklists and SOX tests.
Responsible for maintaining and updating: HRIS information, HR SharePoint sites, company policies, org charts, Standard Operating Procedures and job descriptions received from managers.
Coordinate all aspects of the annual performance management process to ensure successful completing of each stage for entire business unit.
Assist the HR team with employee relations and performance management issues.
Assist with onsite training and development activities and act as the point of contact for Broadridge University inquiries.
Support the HR team with projects and implementations.
Assist with administrative duties and events.
Other duties as assigned.
Responsible for all aspects related to payroll processing on a semi-monthly payroll for hourly and salaried associates.
Second payroll checker for other company codes.
Audit payroll processing reports for accuracy and correct any errors.
Prepare and process annual vacation and bonus payments.
Coordinate year-end requirements.
Responsible for providing monthly payroll reports to Finance.
First point of contact for associate issues related to payroll and benefits.
Other duties as assigned.
Diploma in Human Resources/Business Administration.
Certification with the Canadian Payroll Association is an asset.
Minimum 2-5 years of experience in Human Resources, preferably in a generalist position.
Minimum of 2 years of experience in payroll and benefits administration.
Knowledge of British Columbia and Ontario legislation is a definite asset.
Effective planning, organization and administrative skills.
Ability to deal with confidential information with a high degree of professionalism.
Innovative thinker with proven problem solving skills.
Self-starter – hands on approach.
Enthusiasm for change and ability to work in a demanding and dynamic environment.
Works well under pressure and is a team player who inspires confidence.
Possess excellent judgment, tact, and diplomacy.
Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills.
Ability to interact with all levels within an organization.
Good interpersonal skills and professional telephone manner.
Experience working with Microsoft Office (Advanced: Excel | Intermediate: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint | Basic: Visio).
Experience with ADP [email protected] and ezLabor systems is preferred.