Human Resources Manager
Summary
Title:Human Resources Manager
ID:2106
Client:Bayshore
Location:Cornwall, ON
Description

The Human Resources Manager reports to the Area Director and supports the overall HR functions within the branch setting in collaboration with the assigned National Development Centre HR Business Partner.

What You Will Do:

-Handle all telephone and written inquiries relating to the hiring and selection of Field employees as requested, and in keeping with Bayshore National Recruitment, Selection and Onboarding policies.

-Hire and screen Field employees according to Bayshore recruitment and selection policies and procedures and as such:

  • arrange interview schedules, interview candidates and administer and evaluate skills tests
  • complete reference checks, and arrange for police security clearances
  • initiate and follow through with the electronic onboarding process for successful candidates
  • arrange Information Sessions for selected candidates and follow up with applicants not selected for employment with Bayshore Home Care Solutions.

-Assist with the recruitment and selection of Administrative and/or Supervisory employees as requested by the Area Director.

-Conduct specific HR related items of the Information Session, (including H&S, payroll process etc.); prepare photo identification cards for Field employees.

-Maintain electronic employee HR files such that all required documentation, including copies of current professional registration, probationary and annual performance reviews, supervisory reports and continuing education documentation are included.

-Maintain past employee HR files in conjunction with the immediate supervisor and ensure that final performance reviews and/or exit interviews are included.

- Coordinate or delegate and follow through with employee engagement activities for branch and field employees.

- Conducts and/or participates in branch and committees as designated by the Area Director. Maintains branch-specific forms and policies where applicable.

- Manage the benefits program for employees – probation, arrears and LOA reports, change forms. Handle all payroll and benefits-related inquiries and assist employees to complete forms.

- Works in collaboration with the Client Service Manager (CSM) to ensure full-time and part-time employees are working sufficient hours to meet their FT/PT or casual status. Provides employees staff with Employment Letters as requested.

- Participate in or lead the Health and Safety Program as directed by the immediate supervisor. Participates in proactive Health & Safety activities while performing all duties. Is responsible to notify immediate Supervisor of any Health & Safety risks or concerns. Manage Workers Compensation claims documentation including filing reports, follow-up activities; participate in the development of modified work programs as requested.

.- Handle all external requests for reference checks and verification of employment; refer difficult situations to the Area Director or immediate supervisor.

- Maintain current knowledge of provincial legislation relating to Employment Standards, Human Rights, Workplace Health and Safety, and Labour laws; assist to handle real or suspected violations of legislated requirements. Assist with discipline and counseling of employees as requested.

- Develop and participate in ongoing internal and/or external continuing education activities. Participate in quality activities and continuous improvement initiatives in keeping with the company’s Quality Management System.

- Maintains confidentiality of client and corporate information and discusses same only with appropriate Bayshore personnel. Supports the Area Director with Office Operations. Supervisor to Human Resources and potentially Administrative Personnel if designated by the Area Director.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum completion of a recognized Human Resources Certificate or Diploma program. Working towards CHRP designation will be considered an asset.
  • 3-5 years of human resources experience with emphasis in the areas of full cycle recruitment, performance management and WSIB claims management.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to handle difficult situations in an objective, consistent format, with excellent problem solving abilities.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, while meeting set deadlines related to all HR functions and responsibilities
  • Intermediate level computer skills using MS Office applications, HRIS and ATS
  • Ability to operate all standard office equipment; commitment to continued learning.
  • Valid drivers licence and access to a reliable vehicle as candidates MUST be able to support the South East and surrounding areas.

 

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