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HR Director

HR Director
HR Director Summary:
The HR Director fosters relationships with all staff members to develop their problem-solving abilities by promoting, explaining, and supporting company policies. They oversee daily HR systems and perform and supervise various HR activities including managing employee benefits, attendance, recruitment of production staff, tracking STD, FMLA, and leaves of absence. They encourage employee engagement and loyalty.
HR Director Responsibilities:
  • Successfully create and implement talent strategies.
  • Provide HR Business Partner support and handle employee relations for the Management team.
  • Evaluate, interview, and conduct background checks on production hourly applicants.
  • Organize and deliver new employee orientation programs.
  • Train employees on company policies, procedures, regulations, safety rules, and benefits.
  • Collaborate with HR leaders to align HR services and initiatives with organizational strategies and priorities.
  • Support the development of the business strategy, workforce plan, and HR service strategy to ensure alignment with organizational strategies and priorities.
  • Prioritize, develop, and implement HR strategies and services to support organizational strategies and priorities.
  • Utilize independent judgment to enhance business performance by developing, implementing, coordinating, and evaluating high-performance programs, systems, and tools that align with the business strategy and promote a culture based on strategic competencies and behaviors.
  • Stay up-to-date on regulations, industry trends, best practices, emerging developments, and applicable laws in the field of human resources.
  • Build and lead the management team and business leaders, adhering to all HR policies and standards, and provide coaching, development, and motivation to cultivate future leaders for the company.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field.
  • A minimum of six (6) years of experience in Human Resources or Business Management in a manufacturing environment.
  • In-depth knowledge of employment laws and staffing practices is essential.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and sound decision-making ability.
  • Effective and professional communication and organizational skills.
  • Strong business acumen and financial understanding.
  • Ability to efficiently handle multiple tasks.
  • Ability to lead and manage change, demonstrating sensitivity and conviction toward achieving end goals, and being thoughtful, deliberate, and results-oriented.

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