• Responsibilities include engaging all aspects of HR including employee relations, talent acquisition, talent management and development, policies and procedures, compensation and performance metrics, change management initiatives and other programs that support the business in achieving its objectives.
• Counseling managers on subjects such as performance issues and engagement. Preparing documentation and making recommendations to resolve employee related issues, problem s and performance management concerns.
• Providing support to managers or employees in matters relating to HR policies and practices. Participate in various HR performance management processes including performance reviews, annual goal setting, and compensation reviews.
• Act as a liaison to HR Shared Services Center on a variety of situations including leaves, payroll changes, and benefits.
• Assisting with onboarding new hires, conducting exit interviews, and analyzing turnover data. Creating and maintaining data on critical records and reports in our Human Resources Information System.
Job complexity may vary among jobs within this job level and will align with one of the job complexities listed below:
(1) Incumbent has limited level of discretion to vary from established procedures, works under general supervision, and solves some straightforward problems. Incumbent generally has limited work experience involving basic concepts and procedures but requires formal training in theories/concepts in own function.
(2) Incumbent has high level of discretion to vary from established procedures, works under broad supervision, and solves some complex problems. Incumbent generally has substantial work experience involving complex concepts and procedures in theories/concepts in own function.
Experience / Education
Typically requires a 4 year degree and 2-4 years of related experience; or an advanced degree without experience; or equivalent work experience.
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Arrow is the ultimate technological enabler, working directly with partners, suppliers, and manufacturers to understand what’s possible and help them create it. They seek to bridge the gap between the possible and the practical. Arrow encourages its employees to live in the world that doesn’t quite exist yet—the world of Five Years Out.
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