Tyson Foods Human Resources Manager in Omaha, Nebraska
There are seven (7) primary job duties that form the focus of this position, which allows the incumbent to best serve the organization. The primary duties are as follows: Training & Development Plan - Facilitate and coordinate with the various department heads, internal as well as external management supervising the entire location. Ensure that all required annual training be completed such as EEO, and Ethics & Compliance. Ensure compliance and practices of the company's basic upward and downward communication vehicles to promote a work environment of trust and Team Member goodwill. Turnover & Retention Improvement - Audit exit interviews of hourly and salaried personnel to ensure they are being conducted properly. Assist local management in the implementation of retention initiatives focused on enhancing orientation and job training processes. Coordinate and communicate with local management any recommendations for developing people management skills in line supervisors. Gather and analyze turnover, retention and absenteeism data. HR Audit - Audit the HR functions to ensure that the complex is in compliance procedurally and consistently with our policy and practices guidelines. Review, discuss and make recommendation to facility management on ways to correct any issues forthcoming in the audits. Recruitment - through succession planning, identify future salaried or clerical needs within the location and plan recruitment activities accordingly. Ensure that the location has an Hourly Staffing Model in place and recruit and staff the location accordingly. Ensure recruitment strategy for all positions is reviewed including diversity needs for the complex. Community Relations - Ensure the promotion of Tyson people stories and activities throughout the community with respect to economic imprints. Serve in local service organizations to promote Tyson Foods through volunteerism within the local community and encourage other members of management to do the same. Provide and oversee product and monetary donations to local causes and ensure that the company gets the proper publicity for the community service. Conduct conflict resolution training and facilitate the hearings regarding Team Members. Safety - Collaborate with the Complex Safety Department to ensure safety awareness, training, orientation and compliance. Investigations -- Conduct thorough investigations of all Team Member complaints. Provide follow-up to HR Directors and other department heads regarding complaint issues. Maintain a written record of all complaints. Ensure that the electronic spreadsheet log for Peer Review/Grievances is updated and current at all times.
Education: Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience. PHR or SPHR certification a plus.
Experience: 2+ years HR experience preferred. Collective bargaining experience preferred.
Computer Skills: Basic computer skills; for example, generating simple letters, spreadsheets, and creating simple queries. Experience with SAP a plus.
Communication Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Travel: 1 to 5 trips per year.
Supervisory Experience: Supervisory experience preferred.
Special Skills: Broad knowledge of HR field; working knowledge of HR laws and regulations, Team Member benefits, safety and health concepts; strong labor relations experience. Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
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Human Resources Manager
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Company Culture, Inclusion and Diversity Statement:
Tyson Foods proudly embraces diversity and is committed to maintaining an inclusive work environment. Our Culture is rooted in our Core Values and brought to life each day through our 5C Team behaviors (Caring, Candor, Creativity, Collaboration and Commitment). Team Members are the heart of our company and its success and culture is the connecting thread which drives our Talent Strategy to Attract, Grow, Reward and Retain the best talent.
Tyson is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.