The Human Resources (HR) Supervisor administers and coordinates human resources programs such as compensation and benefits, with a primary emphasis on employment and employee relations matters involving employees up through the middle management level; communicates and interprets company human resources policies and procedures for managers and employees.
- Enhances the organization’s human resources by planning, implementing, and evaluating employee relations and human resources policies, programs, and practices.
- Advises managers and supervisors of state and federal regulations and effective human resource practices with regard to employee issues
- Evaluates the effectiveness of the organization’s training programs and recommends areas of improvement.
- Prepares employees for assignments by establishing and conducting orientation and training programs.
- Enforces management guidelines by preparing, updating, and recommending human resource policies and procedures.
- Ensures adherence to legal and company policies and procedures and undertake disciplinary actions if the need arises
- Prepares and improves HR systems for continuous organizational growth
- Organizes workflow and ensure that employees understand their duties or delegated tasks
- Conducts new hire employee orientations, apprises employees of benefit options, and accurately completes requisite paperwork for new staff members
- Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Psychology, Business Administration, or related field required.
- A Master’s degree in Human Resources and related fields is preferred but not required
- Proven working experience as HR Manager or other HR Executive
- In-depth knowledge of labor law and HR best practices
- Competency in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
- Knowledge of HR systems and databases
- Must have intermediate computer skills to format reports, presentations, spreadsheets, graphics, general word processing, etc.
Skills needed for this role
The Human Resources (HR) Supervisor must have strong analytical and problem-solving skills, strong supervisory and leadership skills, and thorough understanding of labor and employment laws related to training and development. He/She must have strong planning and organizing skills, with attention to detail and accuracy, effective oral and written communication skills, and excellent interpersonal skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite or related software is also essential.
Human Resources, Labor Relations