Be accountable for conducting quality reviews of subordinates work products, reviewing data on disciplinary actions and generating reports for higher headquarters/public dissemination in support of ongoing initiatives to promote transparency, consistency and accountability in the discipline process.

More Uses of the Human Resources Toolkit:

  • Identify legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting Human Resources functions and ensures policies, procedures, and reporting are in compliance.
  • Audit: new hires to ensure effective onboarding, paperwork processing, and tracking through the generation and maintenance of monthly new hire status reports.
  • Assure your organization recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in the efficiency of department and services performed.
  • Ensure you build and cultivate consultative relationships with respective business leaders by meeting regularly and providing insight and guidance on maximizing team performance.
  • Secure that your organization performs strategic planning, evaluation, and consultation to management on various employment mechanisms and recruitment strategies, sources, alternatives, and programs.
  • Coordinate: effectively communicate and coordinates with stakeholders to ensure accurate and timely processing, training, and communication for all personnel actions.
  • Provide leadership for the development and continuous improvement of business processes for your organization of Human Resources Systems.
  • Provide day to day Human Resources support to employees with the underlying objective to strengthen employee relations and engagement to enhance a positive work environment.
  • Confirm your organization represents the team in dealing with the supervisor/manager for the purpose of obtaining resources and reports periodically on the team/individual accomplishments and needs.
  • Confirm your organization directs and coordinates various activities designed to promote and maintain a high level of employee morale, ensure its cultural beliefs are a constant focus and create an atmosphere conducive to the best possible employee employer relationship.
  • Make certain that your organization assesses needs and draws connections across the businesses and operations; identifies implications from a talent, structure and skills requirements.
  • Manage knowledge and skill in applying the principles, methods, techniques and practices of effective Employee/Labor Relations and Human Resources management.
  • Drive culture through consistent, quality execution of performance management, talent management, compensation, benefits, talent acquisition, communication and continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Provide skill in negotiating/representing Employee Relations, in obtaining or committing resources, and in gaining compliance with established policies, regulations or contracts.
  • Ensure your organization provides leadership, guidance and coaching to all direct reports to maintain an engaged and productive workforce, partnering with Human Resources on employee relations issues.
  • Devise: partner with and serve as a resource to employees, management and Human Resources staff to promote and maintain positive employee and labor relations.
  • Be accountable for architecting and deploying integrated change best practices and strategies for organizational and field change that promote adoption and optimize the realization of business benefits across a broad portfolio of change initiatives that impact one or more large stakeholder groups.
  • Ensure your organization identifies, distribute and balances workload and tasks among employees in accordance with established work flow, skill level and/or specialty.
  • Systematize: conduct complex analysis, identifies gaps in recruitment and branding efforts, and develop strategies to improve departmental inefficiencies with an emphasis on special employment programs.
  • Establish that your organization provides information and advice to employees, supervisors and managers regarding employee relations issues and personnel policies, practices and regulations.
  • Consult and advise on cyclical human resource processes as succession planning, talent review, performance review and the annual merit planning cycle.
  • Provide leadership roles from disciplines as Organizational Development/Design, Continuous Improvement, Human Resources, or Integrated Supply Chain.
  • Determine the degree of impact on existing compensation programs, plans, practices, and procedures, and provide advice and alternatives to managers and supervisors in serviced organizations.

 

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