Location: Honda of Canada Manufacturing - 2 sites within close distance
Now, if you were to come on board as one of our HR Generalists, we’d ask you to do the following for us:
Respond to telephone and email inquiries from all Associates regarding employee relations matters by:
Interpreting and explaining company policies, procedures, practices, and programs.
Advising and assisting managers, supervisors, associates on the interpretation and application of the provincial employment legislations.
Providing guidance to managers in handling employee relations issues and in resolving complaints or disputes.
Investigate issues, provide resolution, or escalate to field HR with recommendations on the following:
Complaints about working conditions
Alleged wrongful terminations
Discrimination allegations, or other HR related matters.
Responsible for overall employee engagement; managing internal reward program
Perform administrative tasks, such as preparing offers, disciplines, layoffs and other letters/memos as required by operations.
Perform recruitment tasks related to hiring hourly staff
Perform employee orientation and file maintenance
Consult with HR Service Centre management to obtain advice on problem resolution and escalate issues as appropriate to Field HR for resolution.
Work on special projects, both independently and as part of a team.
Minimum 2 years experience as an HR representative/generalist in a large company or supporting a line Business Unit
A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, or related, or equivalent experience (CHRL is not necessary for this position).
Strong computer skills including ability to perform HRIS queries (i.e. JD Edwards), generate reports, perform web-based research, and create case management files in HR software (i.e. Remedy).
A working knowledge of employment labor law
Handle multiple projects and meet deadlines.
Good judgment with the ability to make timely and sound decisions.
Ability to de-escalate situations and handle difficult associates
A creative, flexible, and innovative team player.
A strong interpersonal skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills.
Demonstrate versatility, flexibility, and an enthusiasm about working with constantly changing priorities.
Must be able to work flexible hours as needed to support afternoon and midnight shifts.