The Senior HR Generalist reports to the Senior Manager, Human Resources Business Partner and is responsible for performing HR-related duties on a professional level working closely with the enterprise HR team and business leaders/managers in assigned client groups. This Senior HR Generalist will work on a variety of programs/projects in areas including employee relations, performance management, workforce planning, management and professional training, change management and employee engagement.
***Full remote or hybrid work opportunity***
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work closely with HR team members to execute on the Paradigm People Plan.
Provide guidance to managers and employees on HR programs and employee life cycle processes such as hiring, on boarding, mid-year/EOY calibrations and reviews, rewards, career development, promotions and exits/terminations.
Advise managers and employees on application of company policies.
Assist (as needed) with manager transactions in HR Systems; work with payroll to ensure timely and accurate employee changes.
Conduct employee and manager related investigations and recommend resolution course of actions.
Conduct exit interviews, analyze, and report on findings to improve engagement and retention.
Assist managers with identifying talent needs, creating job descriptions, and assigning job grades.
Advise managers on making compensation decisions in accordance with Paradigm compensation philosophies.
Consult with managers and leaders to craft meaningful strategies to retain, engage and develop high performing teams.
Participate in the planning and execution of organizational structure changes and related change management initiatives.
Provide consultation and coaching to managers in areas such as building managerial capability, conflict resolution, documenting and delivering performance feedback.
Develop and deliver manager and employee training, or work with outside vendors to select and organize HR related training.
In liaison with HR Leader, develop and implement HR strategies that accelerate business performance.
Build strong partnerships with business leaders and Shared Services partners to foster trust and accountability with all stakeholders.
Support and promote Paradigm’s DEI philosophy and strategies.
Perform other duties and special projects as required to support the business
HR Expertise – employee relations investigations and resolution practices, performance management, labor law.
Global and cultural awareness.
Exceptional communication skills including verbal, written, and presentation.
Consulting and relationship management.
Self-starter, ability to work with minimal supervision.
Commitment to employee engagement.
Team player. Demonstrated skills in collaborating with all levels of the business and across the HR function.
Project management skills.
Ability to handle multiple tasks and work at a fast pace in a rapidly changing environment.
High level of flexibility and ability to adapt to the changing needs of the business.
Knowledge of human resources software and database.
General business computer skills, including demonstrated experience with MS Office products, with a high level of proficiency in Excel and Outlook.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree in HR or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of 5 years of HR experience required.
Employee relations experience required.
Project management experience strongly desired.