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Human Resources – HR Manager

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The Human Resources Manager promotes and implements human resource values by planning and managing human resources programs, provides and maintains a competent, motivated workforce by directing staff, and provides guidance and assistance to department heads in the application of company policies, interpretation of employment laws, and guidance on employee/employer relations issues


  • Manage and direct employee recruitment, relations, retention, training, and health benefit activities.
  • Develop and recommend new procedures which reflect changes in company objectives.
  • Administer and communicate employment policies, procedures, and programs.
  • Review and advise management staff on matters dealing with discipline, employee assistance, and workers' compensation/safety to ensure adherence to company policies and procedures and legal requirements.
  • Direct, develop, and implement effective employee communication programs through in-house publications and other communication tools.
  • Work to promote open communication between employees and management to promote a positive working environment.
  • Review and monitor written employee performance evaluations, disciplinary actions, and other human resources-related matters to identify potential problems and/or issues of concern.
  • Additional duties as assigned

  • A minimum of 8+ years of progress human resources experience in a medium to large organization with experience leading teams and assessing human resources services
  • A minimum of 3 years in the role of a HR Manager
  • An affinity for the service sector is essential
  • Demonstrated success in HR systems and HR Policy/Practice
  • Experience of negotiation and influencing at senior management levels
  • A leadership style that will incite enthusiasm, provide vision, create positive morale, role model standards of professionalism
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills are necessary to support a diverse associate population as well as the growth of First Nations associates
  • Strong facilitation and interpersonal skills are essential
  • Ability and willingness to develop presentations as required
  • A track record of effective human resources decision-making and an “urgency to execute” attitude is essential for this fast-paced environment.