Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Develop and maintain positive relationships in order to engage the member and ensure member confidence in Employers Council’s human resource expertise.
• Drive usage of the product and services through in-person training sessions, referrals and online resources
• Understand the customers’ business and organization structure.
• Travel to member locations as required to engage new and at risk members.
• Provide advice, counsel, and recommendations to member organizations via the phone, video conferencing, or in person on a wide variety of HR related topics including staffing, HR operations, compensation and benefits, EEO, performance management, employee relations, recordkeeping, and employee handbooks and related policy documents.
• Review and recommend changes/amendments/improvements to documents including employee handbooks or policy manuals, compensation plans, performance appraisal forms and documentation in order to enable members to use legally defensible and effective tools to meet their own business objectives.
• Draft articles to be published in Employers Council's Bulletin, Employers Council's Hot Topics, and other publications or for online applications such as blogs and social media.
• Draft Employers Council Whitepapers (FYI's) on HR and employment topics related to own expertise or identified need.
• Conduct training classes at Employers Council offices or at a member location on a wide variety of HR related topics via both in-classroom and e-learning methodologies.
• Develop new classes, programs and other materials to meet members’ current and anticipated HR needs.
• Prepare multi-media training materials and deliver those materials in a classroom or work environment; deliver presentations/speeches to community/industry groups on HR related topics to audiences ranging in size from a handful to a few hundred or more.
• Continually develop knowledge and proficiency in various HR disciplines by attending classes, conferences and research to provide members with all necessary human resources consultative support.
• Maintain knowledge of legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources functions.
• Researching and keeping up to date on top HR trends.
• Experience in multiple human resources disciplines such as total rewards, staffing, employee relations, and performance management at a strategic level.
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
• Certification as a PHR, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-CP, and/or SHRM-SCP required or attained within one year of hire.
• Additional certifications from the IFEBP, World at Work, or the American Payroll Association are desired.
• Ability to communicate clearly and concisely verbally and in writing.
• Ability to train and facilitate groups.
• Ability to independently travel to engage members and perform on-site training including overnight stays.
General office environment and from home in dedicated home office. Use Zoom or other teleconferencing applications. Occasional lifting. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function.