||Human Resource Business Partner
The HR business partner (HRBP) position is responsible for aligning business objectives with employees and management in designated business units. The position serves as a consultant to management on human resource-related issues.
Essential Duties And Responsibilities :
- Provide input on workforce and succession planning as well as plans business unit restructuring.
- Develop and nurture partnerships through human resources to bridge the divide between management and employees.
- Maintain awareness of the culture, plans, financial position, and competition of the business units under the HR purview.
- Conduct weekly meetings to check the pulse within the LOB.
- Consult regularly with management and provide guidance when appropriate.
- Collaborate with colleagues in the human resources department to develop policies, programs, and solutions.
- Analyze data trends and metrics to inform business decisions.
- Mediate and resolve employee relations issues; conduct thorough and objective investigations when necessary.
- Find ways to build morale, improve workplace relationships, and boost productivity and retention.
- Ensure regulatory compliance with legal requirements pertinent to the day-to-day management of employees; collaborate with the legal department when necessary.
- Assess and anticipate human resources-related need.
Basic Hiring Requirements – Education And/Or Experience:
- Minimum 3 years of HR Generalist Experience in IT industry.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Must be fluent in written and spoken English.
- Attitude – Positive and go getter.
- Presents a professional, efficient, and service-oriented profile to clients and internal/external customers.
- Ability to prioritize tasks and handle multiple tasks at one time; effectively communicate using proper grammar and syntax. Must be capable of problem-solving promptly and independently while under pressure.
This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, performance standards or requirements, efforts, skills or working conditions associated with the job.
While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g. emergencies, rush jobs, change in the workload).