The Human Resource Generalist acts as liaison between employees and management to answer questions or concerns regarding company policies, practices, and regulations. Responsible for the day-to-day administration of benefits, payroll, compliance, and employee onboarding.
Essential Duties Based on Experience
• Participates in administering benefit programs, open enrollment, and new hire onboarding of benefits.
• Investigates benefit challenges and manage the HRIS system as it relates to benefits.
• Participates in the administration of Harassment Prevention training. Ensures that employees are completing the training in a timely manner.
• Administers labor law posters for 45 states. Manages the database to ensure that each location has the current required posters.
• Manage the Affordable Care Act including reporting, employee management of 1095-C’s and essential minimal coverage.
• Manage the I9 process.
Participates in the administration of payroll and payroll taxes for 45 states.
• Must have intermediate to advanced abilities in Microsoft Excel.
• Degree in business administration preferred or equivalent experience. Must possess analytical skills at an intermediate level.
• 5+ of years’ experience in an administrative role.
• Practical knowledge of HR and Payroll principles and practices as would normally be obtained from two (2) or more years of experience in the HR field.
• Experience in working independently, effectively organize multiple priorities and meet agreed-on deadlines.
• Ability to balance, service-oriented relationship with employees, while maintaining strict confidentiality.
• Experience working under pressure with frequent interruptions on tasks that require attention to detail and accuracy.
• Skills in observation, assessment, problem solving, and exercising sound judgment and tact.
• Must be able to deal with an ever-changing very fast paced environment.
- Activities requiring moderate amount of sitting, standing, walking, speaking and listening.
- Frequent hands to key ability to input data and information.
- Close and distance visual capabilities.
- Capable of lifting files,
- Coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Entails exposure to the following environmental conditions:
- Constant exposure to routine office noises, such as office machines, conversations, foot traffic; moderate electrical or mechanical hazards.
Position Reports to: Sr. Director, Human Resources