HR & Payroll Generalist
The Human Resources (HR) & Payroll Generalist is responsible for the human resources needs, payroll needs and supporting best practices to support the achievement of corporate business objectives. The Human Resources Generalist performs administrative, strategic, and planning duties. The HR Generalist will recruit, train and onboard, and guide employees through benefits & compensation, represent both the employee and the company, assist with employee relations matters, performance management. Also accountable for the vital task of ensuring compliance with all provincial regulations for HR/Payroll policies & processes. This position requires an extremely perceptive person who is capable of relating to individuals at all levels within the organization, building relationships and establishing credibility with employees from a wide range of teams/departments. The generalist must be able to balance overall corporate needs, employee support and the ongoing operational needs of the company while maintaining compliance with all HR and payroll regulations.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Payroll processing- Administer semi-monthly payroll processing;
- Employee Life-cycle Administration – Organize and manage on-boarding, new employee orientation and training programs. Administers processing & ensures accuracy & compliance of all employee life-cycle paperwork/administration. Conducts exit interviews, analyzes data and identifies patterns & potential improvements. Oversees termination process, ensures proper notification of employee terminations internally and externally for compliance. Runs turnover reports etc;
- Comp & Benefit Administration – Oversee employee enrollment & changes as well as broker & providers for accuracy/efficiency. Assist with employee inquiries, coordinate open enrollment process/communication annually. Assist HR Manager with annual salary/merit process and performance review process. Distribute annual employee notices as required and benefits reporting requirements;
- Recruitment – Administers applicant screening process to ensure qualified candidates are routed to the hiring managers, interview, screen and recruit job applicants to fill all levels of job openings. Oversees accurate maintenance of recruitment documentation in compliance;
- HR Policy Management - Partners with HR Manager to review, update, and communicate human resource policies, procedures, laws, standards and other government regulations;
- HR/Payroll System & Reporting – Assists with data maintenance and integrity of the HR/PR system. Runs reports routinely or as necessary to analyze data for ongoing issues, projects or functions. Assists with implementation or upgrading of new HR system modules as needed (i.e. performance management, recruiting, on-boarding, safety);
- HR Compliance – ensure employee files are compliant, maintain/review/update completed job descriptions; maintain other records. Stay up-to-date and comply with changes in HR legislation;
- Other duties and projects as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Education and Experience
- University Bachelor Degree preferred
- Payroll processing on a payroll platform
- Hold, or in process of acquiring a CPHR Designation
- 1-3 Years of progressive experience
- Subject to Criminal Background Checks and must have a clean record
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Knowledge of HR & Payroll systems, analytics and best practices as well as employment law and occupational health & safety in various jurisdictions (current locations in BC, AB, SK, MB)
- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office, working experience with Excel is an asset
- Excellent organizational skills to meet multiple deadlines and the ability to shift priorities to accomplish objectives
- High level of accuracy and attention to detail
- Excellent communication and business writing skills
- Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively and professionally in a team environment
- Demonstrate inquisitiveness and willingness to pursue process improvement
- Highly motivated and operate with a sense of urgency to complete responsibilities under limited supervision
- Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality
The Bolt Supply House is your one-stop destination, in providing only the highest quality fasteners, industrial and safety products to companies and individuals throughout Western Canada. The Bolt Supply House Ltd was founded in 1948 by a local Calgary, Alberta couple and operated as a small family business supplying nuts and bolts in Calgary and area until 1962 when we opened our first branch in Regina, Saskatchewan. Since 1962 we have added another 12 locations for a total of 14 locations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Manitoba.
The Bolt Supply House is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally-protected factors. Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available on request during the recruitment process.
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