HR Business Partner

Job Description

The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) collaborates strategically with business unit leaders to integrate effective HR programs and
practices into service and business operations. As a true partner with designated business units, the HRBP provides excellence in human
resources consulting to drive outcomes in workforce planning, talent management, employee and labor relations, diversity and inclusion,
performance management, engagement and rewards


Results Focused
Takes the roles of partner, coach and change agent with assigned units to identify opportunities to improve business performance and
cultural engagement.
Partners with leaders to anticipate and resolve problems and develop and implement change initiatives to achieve the highest levels of
unit-level performance and excellence.

Employee and Labor Relations
Coaches leaders to resolve employee relations issues through a systematic approach using sound judgment and a solution-oriented
Manage employee relations investigations and other sensitive employee matters.
Understands and anticipates issues in union and union-free environments and promotes positive employee relations.
Ensures legal compliance and fair and competitive practices.

Performance Management

Effectively administers the performance management process, including: compensation planning, calibration sessions, managing low
performers, recognizing high performers, and facilitating career development and succession plans.
Partners with leaders to develop and implement meaningful engagement, reward, recognition, and retention strategies.

Continuous Improvement

Partners with HR team and leaders to ensure that HR functions run smoothly and efficiently.
Researches and makes recommendations for process improvement.
Maintains both standard and predictive HR metrics; strives to achieve a continuous rate of improvement in results and customer



Minimum Required: Bachelor's Degree Labor/Industrial Relations, Human Resources, Business, or a closely related field.

Preferred: Master's Degree Labor/Industrial Relations, Human Resources, Business, or a closely related field.


Minimum Required: 3 - 5 Years equivalent experience
Preferred: 6 - 10 Years equivalent experience