Our client in the manufacturing industry is looking for a Senior People and Culture Manager to join their team in Vaughan, ON.
As the Senior Manager of People & Culture, this role demands extensive expertise in Human Resources, exceptional administrative and organizational skills, and the ability to adapt and collaborate effectively across diverse social styles. Operating autonomously, the position ensures the seamless execution of HR projects and operations while leveraging HR software and tools to contribute to the achievement of specific goals for the HR department and the organization as a whole.
- Develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives in alignment with the organization's overarching business strategy, ensuring appropriate staffing for key roles.
- Foster positive management and associate relations by addressing demands, grievances, and other HR issues.
- Develop and implement HR policies, ensuring execution and adherence.
- Manage the end-to-end recruitment and selection process, collaborating with functional hiring managers.
- Support current and future business needs by developing, engaging, motivating, and retaining human capital.
- Develop and monitor overall HR strategies, systems, tactics, and procedures across the organization.
- Cultivate a positive, collaborative working environment.
- Oversee and manage a performance appraisal system that promotes high performance.
- Collaborate with managers to assess training needs and implement training programs.
- Provide decision support to management through HR metrics.
- Ensure legal compliance throughout human resource management.
- Lead all-employee quarterly meetings.
- Competently build and manage interpersonal relationships at all levels within the organization.
- Maintain records of personnel-related data, including personal information, leaves, turnover rates, and training in both paper and ADP databases while ensuring compliance with all employment requirements.
- Hold a Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management or a related field.
- Accumulate 3-5 years of practical experience in HR
- Either possess a CHRP designation or be actively working towards it.
- In-depth knowledge of HR legislation, encompassing Employment Standards, Human Rights, Health & Safety, Privacy, Compensation, and Labor Relations.