Sr Employee Relations
Our large sports & apparel client in Beaverton is looking for a Sr. Employee Relations person!
The nature of the work is focused on the company's human capital. Develops initial departmental plans for the business unit, including business, production and/or organizational priorities, aligned with the global ER COE strategy; drives strategy across business units. Through a consultative style, provides counsel to business managers, employees and other HR professionals with complex performance management, policy and medical/sickness leave matters. Conducts fact findings into allegations of complex policy violations; communicates in a manner that builds capability and confidence. Partners with key stakeholders / other COEs (Corporate Audit, Loss Prevention, Security, Legal, Risk Management) as appropriate to assess alleged misconduct and develop systemic, sustainable solutions. Facilitate COE related skill building workshops for business Managers, HR Direct and HRBP communities as requested. Assist in developing ER Facilitate COE related skill building workshops for business managers, HR Direct and HRBP communities as requested. Assist in developing ER related materials. Skills: 3-5 years’ experience in employee or labor relations. Demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills in local market language, including meeting facilitation and presentation skills. Influences and presents effectively to senior leaders, employees and other HR disciplines within the business unit. Adopts and exemplifies a consultative style and approach. Ability to asses complex situations and identify appropriate responses effectively and efficiently. Fosters teamwork, trust and inclusion. Strong PowerPoint and Excel skills. Typical Office: This is a typical office job, with no special physical requirements or unusual work environment. Education: Typically requires a Bachelor’s Degree and minimum of 5 years directly relevant work experience Note: One of the following alternatives may be accepted: PhD or Law + 3 yrs; Masters + 4 yrs; Associates degree + 6 yrs; High School + 7 yrs. PHR certification preferred.