The Director of Human Resources (DHR) serves as a key business partner to the management team in supporting the business goals and serving as a resource to all within the family of businesses. Partner directly with the Group Human Resources and other management team members to facilitate communication and service team members, management, and our People as a broad group of stakeholder.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- Identify staffing and recruiting needs; develop and execute best practices for hiring and talent management. Lead talent resource allocation and capacity planning analysis to ensure resources are linked and aligned to the strategy. Accomplish these efforts through organizational design, job development, workforce planning and other data analysis.
- Implement tactics to select and maintain a diverse workforce. Maintains in-depth knowledge of Federal and State labor and employment laws, recommend best practices. Review and update policies and practices to ensure compliance. Maintain and administer appropriate strategy and resources to remain compliant with all applicable workforce requirements including affirmative action, and others.
- Coach management and other staff, and provide guidance when complex, specialized, and sensitive questions and issues arise. Advise and coach managers and supervisors, and serve as a point of contact for employees on HR matters.
- Ensure that leadership and management development are aligned with company competencies and the business strategy. Develop leadership and employee training programs to support achievement of company organization and performance objectives.
- Facilitate professional development, training, and certification activities for the organization.
- Lead employee engagement efforts which may include new-employee orientation, onboarding, annual staff performance and salary reviews, exit interviews, and/or employee communications.
- Foster maintaining a positive organization culture including a continuous feedback environment in which employees have regular discussions with their managers and collective needs are addressed at an organizational level using the most appropriate learning methodology.
- Effectively communicate HR policies and practices to all employees.
- Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law; applies this knowledge to communicate changes in policy, practice, and resources to management.
Required Skills and Experience:
- Minimum 8 years Human Resources experience with demonstrated expertise in several areas of HR including, but not limited to: Employee Relations, Management Coaching and/or Development, Benefits/Total Rewards, Recruiting, Employee Engagement, Policy, Safety, etc.
- Highly customer focused with the ability to build and maintain effective long-term relationships
- Strong presentation, verbal and written communication skills with the ability simplify complex topics into clear and easily understandable terms for all levels of employees
- Experience within a shared services setting
- Leadership style approached through influence rather than through authority
- Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related field
About Versique:Versique is a high-performance recruiting firm based in Minneapolis, MN specializing in interim solutions, direct hire, and executive leadership search. We believe people are the ultimate business advantage. Our experienced functional recruiting teams work within a variety of areas of expertise (HR, Finance & Accounting, Demand Generation, IT, and Engineering) and broad industries (Healthcare, Banking, Consumer Packaged Goods, Manufacturing, Private Equity, and Family-Owned). Voted as a “Star Tribune Best Places to Work” three years in a row by our employees, Versique is one of the largest and fastest growing staffing and recruiting firms in the Midwest. The Versique brand represents a powerful combination of “versatile” and “unique” as it hints at the concept of “search” in its pronunciation: ver-seek.
Versique is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status, among other factors.