Sr. Manager, Human Resources and Labour Relations

Loblaw Companies Limited - Cambridge, ON (il y a 30+ jours)

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1105 Fountain Street North, Cambridge, Ontario, N3H 4R7

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Pourquoi ce role est-il important?

We’re seeking an energetic and passionate Senior Human Resource/Labour Relations Business Partner (Sr. HR/LR BP) to join our team at our Distribution Centre in Cambridge, Ontario. The Sr. HR/LR BP is a trusted partner to various business leaders by providing deep expertise in Human Resources and Labour Relations. They will be accountable for building and executing a DC specific HR strategy which will enable our colleagues to execute a world class supply chain operation and make it a Great Place to Work. Our HR strategy will have emphasis on organizational culture, engagement, labour-management relations, employee relations and talent development.

What You'll Do:
Lead a team of three HR professionals that supports a distribution centre operating with over 900 unionized and non-union colleagues
Advise and consult with people leaders and/or employees on issues around morale, job performance and general employee relations.
Build and Execute strategic plans in partnership with site operational leads to enhance our organizational culture, team engagement, labour-management relations, employee relations, talent development, recruitment & retention, diversity & inclusion, colleague recognition and colleague communications
Assist employees and managers in the management of employee performance including the development of corrective plans, disciplinary documents and termination.
Contribute to the creation of strategic plans for attracting and retaining employees, on a local and regional level.
Work closely with business partners to build and sustain a Blue Culture within the DC and Transport Operations.
Lead, practice timely performance management, coach and mentor direct reports and indirectly, operations managers.
Oversee and participate in the recruitment of high caliber candidates for all levels of positions to meet and anticipate the business needs.
Identify training opportunities and strategies to meet business needs utilizing appropriate training and development tools; guide the training process within the DC and Transport Operations, and ensure group is compliant with training needs.
Assist regional Senior Director, Human Resources/Labour Relations with research, analysis, development and implementation of Employee Development & Services’ programs, reports, charts, files and projects as required.
Provide guidance and ensure compliance and adherence to applicable legislation.
Act as a front line consultant in terms of Labour Relations, interpreting and administering the Collective Bargaining Agreement, guiding the life cycle of grievances within the DC and Transport Operations environment, promoting and participating in joint labour/management relationship.
Manage the annual Rewards Cycle process within your client groups, including guiding clients through the performance management, merit and STIP cycle.

What You'll Need:
Minimum 5-8 years progressive experience in a Human Resources role, preferably within an unionized environment
Excellent written communication skills with a strong attention to detail.
Exceptional interpersonal communication skills, including verbal communication skills, counseling skills, and listening skills, demonstrated across all levels of an organization.
Demonstrated ability to gain consensus and alignment while maintaining integrity and confidentiality.
Advanced recruitment skills with demonstrated experience and ability to bring forward new ways of sourcing high caliber candidates.
Experience and demonstrated ability in interpreting, administering, managing Collective Bargaining Agreements
Demonstrated ability to solve complex problems using creativity, independent judgment and analysis.
Thorough understanding of employment law, especially within Ontario.
Confident, professional and energetic individual


Comment R é ussir:
Chez Loblaw, nous recherchons toujours des personnes formidables pour continuellement renforcer notre culture. Nous croyons que les gens formidables façonnent nos valeurs, sont authentiques, bâtissent la confiance et créent des liens.

Si cela vous ressemble et que vous êtes ouvert d’esprit, que vous avez une bonne attitude face aux changements et que vous aimez les défis d’un environnement de travail aux détails dynamiques, postulez aujourd’hui.

En outre, nous croyons que la conformité aux lois consiste à faire ce qu'il faut. Le respect de la loi fait partie de notre Code de conduite; il renforce ce que nos clients et nos parties prenantes attendent de nous.

Type d'emploi:
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Loblaw considère que la diversité culturelle du Canada est une source de fierté nationale et un symbole de force. Nous nous sommes donné comme priorité de refléter la diversité croissante du Canada dans les produits que nous vendons, les gens que nous embauchons et notre culture d’entreprise. Des accommodements sont disponibles sur demande pour les postulants et collègues atteints d’un handicap.

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