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Field Human Resources Manager


This is a Contract position in Ronkonkoma, NY posted February 17, 2021.

Field HR Manager Our Ronkonkoma, NY client is immediately seeking a Field HR Manager with Union and Non Union Labor Relations experience to join their team. The Field HR Manager will be a strategic business partner, responsible f or assisting assigned field operations leaders with conflict resolution, talent development, and HR related programs and processes implementation support. Requirements of the Field HR Manager Bachelor’s degree; certification (SHRM, SPHR, PHR) preferred 5+ years OD or strategic HR experience, with union, collective bargaining exposure required 3+ years experience with labor relations Ability to work effectively in a fast paced, high pressure environment Strong leadership and collaboration skills Excellent communication skills Ability to travel regionally post Covid (20-30%) Additional Details: Compensation: To $95k Job Requirements:Responsibilities of the Field HR Manager Supporting performance management, conflict resolution, employee engagement, labor relations, collective bargaining and other HR areas Communicating with senior leadership on HR strategies and solutions development Identifying change area opportunities Assisting with workforce planning, talent reviews, career development, and other leadership related process planning and execution Working with multiple teams on skill development training, recruiting strategies, and onboarding functions Collaborating with managers on incentive recommendations, merit increases, and other pay related decisions Analyzing compensation trends, both internal and external Supporting HR generalist on day-to-day employee relations issues