Responsible for providing strategic, proactive guidance, advice and expertise in HR/ER risk management, policy development and technical assistance to all levels.
Responsible for working with others to identify, develop, implement and monitor strategies and tactics associated with minimizing the risk of non-compliance in a broad range of areas.
Regularly supervises the day-to-day activities of a group of employees.
Develop and implement HR policies, guidelines and initiatives to include legal research, training, and on-going support to HR, the Office of General Counsel, and firm leadership.
Investigate and provide recommendations or guidance to firm leadership, HR, and the Office of General Counsel on potential violations of firm policy and/or the law.
Discusses, develops and executes action plan to address various employee relations concerns (e.g., interviews, other data collection, follow-up activities, etc.).
Investigates and resolves grievances, incidents, and employee relations-related issues, including those raised through the Ethics Helpline
Manage the firms background investigation process to minimize the risk of bad hires
Assessing and managing potential workplace violence, selecting individuals to be separated during realignments,
Works with Acquisition and Mobility leaders and team members to build eminence within the service area.
The key skills required are as follows:
Must be a Employee Relations Specialist. Candidates with ER as just 30-40% of the overall profile will not be considered.
Masters degree in Human Resources (Minimum 8 years of related experience preferred)
Strong presentation, communication and relationship building skills
Proficient Microsoft Office skills and advanced Excel skills