HR Opportunities

 

 

 

Human Resources Manager – Full Time – Woodbridge

Must have experience working in unionized work environment.

 

 Summary:

Reporting to the Division Manager, this position performs a variety of managerial and administrative support and office clerical functions.  These duties include recruiting of salaried and hourly employees, consulting with management on disciplinary issues, keeping abreast of provincial and federal laws and keeping management informed, monitor wage and hour procedures for payroll, consult and coach managers on labor relations issues, update management on policy changes and training and conduct exit interviews with employees leaving the organization.

Responsibilities:

  • Recruit for both salaried and hourly positions
  • Coach management on disciplinary matters
  • Keep abreast of provincial and federal laws and keep management informed for compliance
  • Monitor wage and hour procedures to ensure accurate and compliant payroll procedures
  • Liaises with other functional / departmental heads so as to understand organizational needs.
  • Plan and coordinate training for all employees on policies and laws impacting the work place
  • Conduct exit interview with employees leaving the organization
  • Consult and coach managers on labor and employee relations issues
  • Maintains accurate records of hours worked by division or department employees. Includes securing timesheets, calculating overtime and benefits accrued and preparing related payroll reports.
  • Prepares various personnel action forms and coordinates with the Office of Employee Services to assure compliance with policies and procedures.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
  • Interpret and Administer Labor Agreement
  • Process and resolve grievances
  • Establish and maintain working relationship with the Union.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • University degree or equivalent work experience.
  • Three to five years’ experience in an HR role or related field.
  • Excellent knowledge of employment/labour legislation
  • Knowledge of practical and professional HR systems, processes, standards/best practices.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
  • Ability to work independently and in a team.

 

 

 

Human Resources Business Partner  –  Full time – West Toronto  – EXCELLENT COMPENSATION PACKAGE + work from home

 

Responsibilities:

  • Proactively partner with business to understand desired people needs and business strategy in order to drive results through people.
  • Maintain an awareness of emerging trends and best practices in HR to ensure policies and procedures are compliant and competitive in market, this includes total rewards and wellness
  • Partner with coaches to unlock team member potential through strong performance management and carefully curated growth plans all team members
  • Lead and manage key People initiatives that support business goals and objectives.
  • Facilitate a variety of training, including performance management training, succession planning, coach training and other leadership development initiatives.
  • Conduct investigations and resolves sensitive employee issues and complaints. Responds in accordance with the culture and to established internal guidelines.
  • Align organizational mission with our people values to achieve results. This will include change management via organizational design and effectiveness.
  • Champion change by partnering with business leaders and other internal departments to develop timely and appropriate communication and action plans.
  • Effectively manage employee relations issues and performance management deficiencies in accordance with the culture and established internal guidelines.
  • Bringing creative and innovative ideas to existing people team processes and initiatives.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in human resources or industrial relations.
  • 7 or more years in Human Resources ideally within the technology or high growth sector.
  • 3 or more years in an HR Business Partner role.
  • Excellent knowledge of current HR legislation and Employment Standards.
  • Experience in working with technical, development teams is a strong asset.
  • Experience in driving compensation programs is a strong asset. Must be creative, innovative problem solver with the ability to think outside the box
  • Excellent presentation and communication skills

 

 

Bilingual Human Resources Generalist – Full Time – Mississauga

 

The human resource manager is directly responsible for the overall administration, coordination and partnership with employee and management groups. Key areas will of responsibility include line management support/coaching, employee development, strategic recruiting, legal compliance, Strategic Manpower Development (SMD), succession planning, and organizational development in support of business objectives, strategic initiatives and organizational priorities.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Develops and administers various human resources plan and procedures for all company personnel.
  • Plans, organizes and controls all activities of the department. Participates in developing department goals, objectives and systems.
  • Implements and annually updates the compensation program for our Quebec pay equity compliance; rewrites job descriptions as necessary; conducts annual salary surveys and develops merit pool (salary budget); analyzes compensation; monitors the performance evaluation program and revises as necessary in full compliance with the Canadian Pay Equity Act
  • Develops, recommends and implements personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintains handbook on policies and procedures; performs benefits administration to include claims resolution (for Quebec), change reporting, approving invoices for payment, annual re-evaluation of policies for cost-effectiveness, information activities program and cash flow.
  • Conducts recruitment effort for all exempt, nonexempt and temporary workers; writes and places advertisements; works with supervisors to screen and interview candidates; conducts reference checking; extends job offers; conducts new-employee orientations; monitors career-path program and employee relations counseling; conducts exit interviews.

 

Required Experience:

  •  Bilingual in French and English preferred
  • 5-7 years of progressive Human Resources experience at the generalist level (or equivalent) to include, employee relations, recruitment, organizational development, succession planning, health &safety, compensation, and government programs (e.g. pay equity, Francophone)
  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Business, Human Resources Management or related field or equivalent combination of education and applicable experience, Master’s degree preferred
  • Professional Human Resources certification preferred (CHRM)
  • Extensive knowledge of current employment –related laws and practices in human resources processes within Canada
  • Skillful in written and oral communication, including persuasive negotiation skills
  • Strong conceptual thinking skills and the ability to utilize creative and innovative approaches in problem solving
  • Strong organizational abilities and PC skills required, knowledge of SAP preferred
  • High level of motivation and customer focus, continuous improvement mentality required in a fast-paced, results oriented environment

 

 

Benefits and Disability Coordinator – 1 year contract with benefits – West Toronto

 

  • benefits offered:  health, dental and life insurance
  • No bonus
  • 2 weeks vacation

 

Responsibilities:

  • Enrolls all employees in the flexible benefit plans by processing new employee enrollment applications, conducting benefit enrollment audit and re-enrollment applications.
  • Processes benefit information changes and terminates benefit coverage for departing employees and updates files.
  • Produces monthly premium reports for the flexible benefit program and remit payment to the carriers.
  • Provides benefit information to employees by answering questions from employees and managers, preparing and distributing application benefit kits and distributing other communication materials.
  • Processes optional life insurance and optional long-term disability insurance applications.
  • Performs a premium reconciliation each month for the Flexible Benefit Plan, investigates and rectifies any discrepancies.
  • Administers provincial health care plans by enrolling new employees, processing terminations and transfers and balancing and paying monthly statements.
  • Enters benefit related data accurately into People@Work. Creates and modifies reports for benefit, pension and disability administration as requested.
  • Conducts People@Work data audits as requested.

 

Requirements:

  •  Diploma in Human Resources or Business Administration.
  • CEBS or CBP designation is preferred.
  • Two (2) years’ experience working with disability claims.
  • Sound knowledge of company benefit, disability and pension programs.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work effectively independently or as part of a team.
  • Excellent attention to detail and consistently high level of accuracy.

 

 

 

 

Payroll Administrator – 1 year Contract   – Toronto – West End  

 

  • benefits offered:  health, dental and life insurance
  • No bonus
  • 2 weeks vacation

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Process and input high volume bi-weekly payroll for salaried, hourly and union payrolls in accordance with established company practices and procedures.
  • Collect, analyze, enter, calculate and verify payroll information, including hours and statutory deductions.
  • Review time records for accuracy, completeness and authorization in accordance with company procedures.
  • Maintain and adjust employee information in the payroll and time management systems (ADP Pay@Work and EZ Labor).
  • Perform off-schedule payments, such as replacement cheques, termination pays, lump sum payments.
  • Investigate and resolve payroll issues in partnership with the Payroll and Compensation Supervisor and Managers.
  • Ensure payment of various deductions such as garnishments and union dues are sent to the appropriate authorities accurately and on time.
  • Maintain employee records and file various documents.
  • Provide customer service to all employees.

 

 Requirements:

  •  Minimum of a College diploma in Business or other related studies.
  • Minimum 4 years previous full cycle payroll experience with both salary and hourly payrolls.
  • Successful completion of the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) certification is preferred.
  • Experience with ADP Pay@Work is required. People@Work and EZ Labor is an asset.
  • Multi-provincial (including Quebec) and/or multi-location experience is an asset.
  • Union payroll experience an asset.

 

 

 

Human Resources Manager – Permanent – Yonge & Eglinton
Responsibilities:

Oversee and be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources area; including HR processes, recruitment and employee relations
Oversee and responsible for the Office Services and Facilities, Building Maintenance areas etc.
Develop internal corporate policies and processes in line with the established policies and procedures and the current legislative framework
Provide advice and guidance to management in respect to employee relations, performance management, conflict and change management
Deal effectively and sensitively with employee issues.
Conduct HR investigations and recommend action within the legislative framework on policy violations, harassment claims, etc.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Social Science, Human Resources or a related field
CHRP completion or partial completion is preferred
6-8 years’ experience in a Human Resources Generalist role, including a minimum of 1-2 years as a HR Manager.
Knowledge of Human Resources and business practices and policies
Assumes the role of Subject Matter Expert on legislation for all provinces, states and jurisdictions where the organization does business; ensuring that all actions and correspondence accurately reflect minimum standards.
Knowledge of confidentiality issues and practices
Knowledge of business software systems including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Experience in using Human Resources database systems
Excellent interpersonal, organizing, communication and negotiation skills
Ability to work in fast-paced and demanding environment and to work collaboratively in a team environment
Strong presentation and facilitation skills.

 

 

Human Resources Manager – West Toronto – Full time

 Responsibilities:

  • Provides guidance and drives efficiency and effectiveness in all areas of human resources,, including recruiting, compensation, talent management (e.g., training, succession planning) and administrative (e.g., payroll/benefits) programs.
  • Partners with plant management to drive continual improvement of site people capabilities, including: performance management processes, competitive salary processes, recognition and rewards programs.
  • Manages plant communications to promote employee understanding of business objectives programs and policies.
  • Provides coaching and guidance and counseling to the General Manager and others
  • Acts as liaison between Division/Corporate office.
  • Liaises with employees to identify and resolve issues, assist with specific requests, interpretations.
  • Participates in Corporate/Divisional Projects as directed by VP, Human Resources.

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a focus in human resources or related discipline, MBA or graduate degree is an asset
  • CHRP and CHRL preferred
  • Minimum 10 years of progressive experience as a Human Resources Manager/Generalist in a fast paced, expanding World Class Manufacturing environment
  • Experienced administering Plant level Human Resources for a FTE population of 800 employees.
  • Must be ready for accelerated growth and additional responsibility, with clear capability to grow at least one more level in the organization.
  • Teamwork and collaborative working style.
  • Strong communicator and influences.
  • MS Office Products skills.

 

 

 

 

Human Resources Generalist – Vaughan –  Full time

 

 The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for performing all human resource functions in our manufacturing facility by providing services such as employee and labour relations, coaching and counselling, recruitment, compensation and benefits, training and development, and health and safety.  To be successful in this role you must be comfortable working within a manufacturing plant location and managing the front line in regards to HR matters.

 

 Key Responsibilities:

  • Advise and consult with managers and employees on the interpretation and administration of human resources and collective agreement policies and procedures in order to resolve a variety of human resource issues, promote a better understanding of human resources practices, and ensure compliance;
  • Be visible and available on the manufacturing floor; be the frontline to answer employee HR-related questions in a timely manner; promote positive employee relations;
  • Investigate and address employee concerns, issues, grievances;
  • Lead workplace investigations, present findings and recommendations; assist in the resolution of complaints;

 Education and Experience:

  • A minimum of 5 years of experience as a Human Resources Generalist;
  • A University Degree in Human Resources or Industrial Relations;
  • CHRP/CHRL designation or actively working towards the designation;
  • Experience with a unionized workforce in a manufacturing environment required;
  • JHSC certification an asset.

 

 

 

Senior Human Resources Manager, Manufacturing

 

Summary of Position:

The Senior HR Manager will provide overall HR support to  manufacturing facilities across Canada in various areas including:  labour relations, health and safety, compensation, recruitment, orientation, payroll and performance management.

 Education, Qualifications and Experience:

  •  5-7 years experience in a Human Resources generalist role in a manufacturing environment
  • 2+ years experience leading a team and partnering with Senior Management across multiple sites nationally
  • Hands on experience negotiating collective agreements over multiple sites
  • A post-secondary education in conjunction with membership in the provincial HR professional association

 Knowledge, Skills and Attribute:

  •  Bilingual in French and English, both written and verbal preferred
  • In depth knowledge of relevant employment legislation across multiple Canadian jurisdictions
  • Exposure to labour relations including handling of grievances, arbitrations and collective bargaining
  • Well-versed in a number of HR functional competencies and best practices
  • Proven track record of coaching a team of HR professionals
  • Excellent influencing and negotiating skills
  • Creativity and demonstrated ability working in a fast paced environment with a high degree of change and ambiguity is critical
  • Ability to work efficiently under pressure
  • Keen sense of time management and flexibility
  • A passion for the entire people cycle
  • Exceptional attention to detail and committed to a high degree of accuracy
  • Excellent grammar, business letter and report writing skills
  • A clear and succinct communicator (verbal and written); excellent listening skills
  • Ability to think proactively, critically and independently to make good decisions
  • A team player who builds strong relationships based on trust and integrity

 

 

Bilingual Human Resources Business Partner – Vaughan

must speak, read and write French

Bilingual HR Business Partner plays a key role in engaging and supporting leaders and employees with a wide range of HR initiatives, operational processes / procedures, tactical issues and employee relations efforts.  The HRBP builds positive working relationships and acts as a contact for leaders and employees within the assigned business unit(s).  This role spends 25% of the time operating as a strategic partner to leaders, 35% of the time operating as an engagement partner, and the remaining 40% of the time handling employee relations.

Responsibilities:

  • Engages leaders and employees in delivery of HR processes, procedures, and practices within assigned business unit(s).
  • Coaches leaders and employees on people management and employee relations matters and ensures compliance with employment law.
  • Build a pipeline of readily available top talent; to drive performance management, talent review, succession planning, training and development; and to offer market competitive compensation and benefits.
  • Identifies gaps in individual, team, and leader performance as well as organizational structure, and acts as a performance improvement driver in promoting and implementing change management initiatives within assigned business unit(s).
  • Implements and evaluates people management practices designed to improve individual, team, and business performance.
  • Promotes and drives transfer of best practices across HR and throughout the organization as applicable.
  • Leads or participates on special projects as required.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bilingual (written and verbal) a must.
  • BA in related field with two years of applicable experience.
  • HR related certification preferred.
  • Be able to travel throughout Canada as needed.
  • Experience in employee relations, HR generalist duties, and/or HR specialist duties, policy implementation and labor/employment law.
  • Experience in multiple provinces.
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, HRIS and other job specific technology as required.

 

 

Human Resources Advisor – full time  – easy access to the subway

Under the direction of the Human Resources Manager, the Human Resources Advisor provides superior support in the areas of employee relations, employee communication, recruitment, training and development, health and safety, research and statistical reporting.

Responsibilities:

  • Builds and develops relationships within the client group being supported and throughout the Company.
  • Provides employee relations advice and guidance to managers and supervisors within designated client groups and other employee groups as required.  Provides advice and recommendations to managers on the performance management process, progressive discipline approach and strategy, performance improvement plans, litigation and termination management.
  • Conducts workplace investigations as required and manages the full investigation process.
  • Tracking and monitoring of the annual Performance Evaluation Program.
  • Delivers Human Resources training programs and identifies client training and development requirements.
  • Maintains the programs and various training materials and makes recommendations for improvements as required.
  • Provides full cycle recruitment and selection support to designated client groups within Head Office by working with hiring managers and ensures legislative compliance throughout the process.
  • Administers the Company’s National Job Posting Program and provides advice, guidance and assistance to managers on recruiting issues.
  • Responsible for the reference and background check process for all potential new hires.
  • Supports, develops and implements health and safety programs for designated client groups, in conjunction with the other Human Resources Advisors, including loss prevention programs, researching legislation, distributing information, acting as a liaison with staff and government agencies and conducting annual audits of the programs.
  • Partners with members of the Human Resources team on various issues and projects.
  • Performs other duties, as required.

 

Requirements:

  • Completion of a College diploma or University degree specializing in Business or Human Resource Management and possessing the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation is preferred.
  • 4-6 years of Human Resources Generalist experience with a focus in the areas of employee relations, training and development, health and safety and legislative issues.
  • Strong general knowledge of Human Resources practices and principles with excellent judgment and consulting skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision.
  • Solid presentation and time management skills.
  • Superior interpersonal, communication and influencing skills.
  • Proven ability to develop effective relationships and gain credibility across all levels of the organization.
  • Computer aptitude including good knowledge of MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint and familiarity with an HRIS.

 

Human Resources Coordinator – Full Time  – Markham – Excellent Benefits

Reporting to the Director, Human Resources, the human resources coordinator is the first point of contact for the HR department. This role provides day to day support to the Canadian Human Resources team in the areas of talent acquisition, HR systems (Workday), payroll, pension, benefits and employee relations.

Responsibilities:

  • Talent Acquisition
  • Employee Relations
  • HR Systems
  • Total Rewards
  • HR/General Administration

    Required Experience:

  •   University degree
  •   1 – 2 years’ experience in Human Resources Administration
  •   Bilingual (French/English) a definite asset.
  •   Excellent computer skills – Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
  •   Excellent communication, teamwork, planning & organizing and attention to detail skills.

 

 

Payroll Administrator

Responsibilities:

  • Process and input payrolls in accordance with established company practices and procedures.
  • Collect, analyze, enter, calculate and verify payroll information, including hours and statutory deductions.
  • Review time records for accuracy, completeness and authorization in accordance with company procedures.
  • Maintain and adjust employee information in the payroll and time management systems (ADP Pay@Work and EZ Labor).
  • Perform off-schedule payments, such as replacement cheques, termination pays, lump sum payments.
  • Investigate and resolve payroll issues in partnership with the Payroll and Compensation Manager.
  • Package pay statements for distribution to branches.
  • Verify journal entries produced by ADP and occasionally prepare manual journal entries.
  • Ensure payment of various deductions such as garnishments and union dues are sent to the appropriate authorities accurately and on time.
  • Maintain employee records and file various documents.
  • Provide customer service to all employees.

 Required Experience:

  • Minimum of a College diploma in Business or other related studies.
  • Minimum 4 years previous full cycle payroll experience with both salary and hourly payrolls.
  • Successful completion of the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) certification is preferred.
  • Experience with ADP Pay@Work is required. People@Work and EZ Labor is an asset.
  • Multi-provincial (including Quebec) and/or multi-location experience is an asset.
  • Union payroll experience an asset.

Technical Recruiter 

As the Technical Recruiter, you’ll be working closely with leaders across the organization, including many technical and engineering disciplines, to proactively source and recruit the world’s best talent.

Job Scope:

  • Partnering with leaders to build and execute their hiring strategies that will translate into filling vacancies at lighting speed
  • Full cycle recruiting including profiling, identifying, attracting, assessing and converting highly talented candidates to employees
  • Proactively sourcing and identifying technical talent across the globe to meet current needs and building the future talent pipeline
  • Developing working knowledge of the technologies used by teams to aid in finding the perfect candidate every time
  • Compiling recruiting data and metrics that will drive continuous improvement of our hiring practices

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree, bonus points for a technical degree
  • Deep technical talent network
  • 5+ years of technical recruiting experience including expertise in passive talent recruiting
  • Knowledge of applicant tracking systems and a passion for connecting through social media
  • Self-confidence and superior communication skills (both written and oral)
  • The ability to build strong relationships
  • Demonstrated ability to work well in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary team environment

 

 

Human Resource Manager – Whitby – Must have experience working in a unionized environment 

  • this is a 1 year contract which offers benefits and a retention bonus

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

 Responsibilities:

  • Reporting to the Plant Manager
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and 5 years of progressive experience in Human Resources functions, including experience in supervisory or managerial role in a manufacturing environment. Professional designation preferred.
  • A solid working knowledge of applicable employment legislation including Health & Safety, Workers Compensation, Human Rights, OLRA, Employment Standards, EEO, AAP, DOL, etc.
  • Experience in staffing professional, technical, clerical, skilled trades and production functions including testing, screening and training.
  • Good knowledge of salary administration and benefit administration.
  • Experience in the interpretations and administration of collective agreements and working with Unions, including negotiations, would be an asset.
  • Experience in team building, innovative pro-active work practices employee communications an asset.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Computer literate, ability to work in spreadsheets and word-processing coupled with knowledge of HRIS systems.
  • Manage all HR related functions for the facility.
  • Interpret and administer corporate policies and programs, employment-related legislation including the development, implementation and communication of location practices and policies through various vehicles including handbooks, systems and practices
  • Interprets and administers the collective agreement through local management

 

 

 

Bilingual Human Resources Generalist – Burlington  ( must speak, read and write french ) 

Reporting to the Regional Human Resources Manager, the individual will be responsible for providing a highly responsive and professional level of service to all levels of employees at various office/branch locations across Canada.  This individual will manage a wide range of activities related to employee relations and other Human Resource functions and operational support. R

Responsibilities: 

  • Responsible for providing day-to day HR support within the Eastern Region and across Canada.
  • Includes answering routine employee questions, maintaining employment files, process improvement, reporting and analysis, health and safety, corporate initiatives, recruitment, vacation and benefits, claims management, disability management, collaborating and coordinating with the business across the HR function
  • Establish and maintain valued business partnership.
  • Enhances culture through employee interactions Drive a value added HR function
  • Support the management team with employee letters and onboarding

Qualifications:

  • Fluently Bilingual both written and oral – French/English
  • University and/or College education, preferably in a discipline related to Human Resources
  • Prior positions held in human resources and operations;
  • Knowledge of employment laws, employee relations practices and HR disciplines
  • Significant experience in employee relations, and disability management required;
  • In-depth understanding of HR practices and fundamentals required;
  • Strong Organizational Skills with the ability to monitor multiple projects simultaneously and deadlines;
  • Strong computer skills-Microsoft Office products and HRIS system experience
  • Must have effective interpersonal skills, effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of other provincial legislation is an asset.

 

Bilingual HR Generalist – Downtown – steps from the subway

Reporting to the Human Resources Manager the Bilingual HR Generalist will be the first point of contact for the part-time Retail and Field Sales teams as it relates to employee relations, policy/legislation interpretation.  Will also support the Quebec team for any general HR inquiries and support.

Responsibilities: 

  • Operate as the point person for HR information related to the part-time Sales and Retail teams in consultation with third party provider and HR Managers supporting the Retail and Field Sales teams.
  • Provide general guidance and education to supervisors regarding labour and employment law compliance, wage/hour laws, harassment and discrimination prevention, company policies and programs.
  • Partner with Retail Store Managers and Field Sales Managers on employee relations issues with the support of the respective HR Manager.
  • Coordinate proactive communication/programs etc. to ensure compliance with employment and labour relations legislation.
  • Investigate general complaints filed both internally and externally regarding violations of company policies, employment laws, governing employment practices, and prepare appropriate responses and recommendations.
  • Promptly investigate employee complaints regarding harassment, discrimination, unfair treatment, etc.

Qualifications:

  • 3 years or more of experience in a HR generalist capacity, previous work experience in CPG
  • and Retail industries preferred.
  • Post-secondary education in Human Resources or affiliated discipline. CHRP or similar designation is preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to effectively communicate (both written and oral).
  • Excellent listening skills, ability to provide recommendations to client groups.
  • Demonstrates ability to prepare and present written material (investigation reports, employee resolution responses, position statements) as required.
  • Highly collaborative, able to work cooperatively with HR Managers in a matrix environment
  • Ability to assist managers in the resolution of employee and labour issues through advice and counsel, demonstrating creativity and flexibility.
  • Ability to handle public contact with discretion, tact and courtesy.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and SharePoint.
  • Bilingual in both English and French is required.

 

Bilingual Recruiter – Full Time – Mississauga 

Responsibilities:

  • Place job requirements on the Internet to increase available candidate
  • Develop creative recruiting resources to attract qualified candidates interested in full or part time
  • Conduct phone screens and determine candidate’s
  • Identify networking activities such as attending career fairs, professional association meetings, calling on technical schools, developing relationships with university’s and out-placement services.
  • Responsible for screening candidates to ensure their qualifications meet open
  • Present job opportunities to qualified candidates and negotiate hourly
  • Maintain excellent documentation with any of the company’s on-line systems as well as any hard files or recruiter
  • Enter all open requests from the field into the recruiting metrics

Qualifications:

  •  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
  • Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree (preferred); Prior internship/work experience in sales, marketing or customer service environment is preferred.
  • Over 2-3 years’ experience in recruiting, including heavy sourcing abilities
  • Other Functions: PC literate in Windows environment including, MS Word and Excel, Internet; Excellent written and oral communication skills;
  • Strong problem solving abilities
  • Must speak French

 

Senior Consultant of Total Rewards and Systems  – Full Time

 

The Senior Consultant of Total Rewards and Systems provides strategic, functional and technical leadership in the areas of compensation, benefit and pension administration, and total rewards education. This position also manages the HR information systems including data integrity, reporting, HR Analytics, information process flow, and development of technology supported solutions and processes. This position also participates in quality improvement initiatives, supports the maintenance of a safe and healthy work environment and advances a culture of client/patient safety through work and daily practices.

 

Experience:

  •  Minimum 5 to 7 years of progressive experience in Total Rewards and HR Systems
  •  Experience developing statistical and analytic reports
  •  Full exposure to all Human Resource functions
  •  undergraduate degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration, Finance or equivalent
  •  CHRP, CCP designations preferred

 

 

Total Rewards Specialist

Reporting to the Manager, Total Rewards, the Total Rewards Specialist will be involved with audits, analytical work, metrics reporting, and the servicing of plan members, retirees and HR team inquiries. The Total Rewards Specialist will play a key role in supporting the administration of all programs and practices under the areas of compensation, pension, benefits, disability management and HRIS.

Responsibilities:

  • Compensation
  • Pension and Group Retirement
  • Group Insurance Benefits
  • HRIS Reporting

 

Required Experience:

  • Post-secondary degree in Business or Human Resources, CHRP designation
  • Minimum 3 to 5 years progressive working knowledge of compensation principles, group retirement and pension concepts, group insurance applications, provincial legislation and HRIS applications
  • Compensation (CPP), pension or benefits designation (CEBS), considered an asset
  • Experience working under a union environment an asset
  • Excellent problem solving, mathematic aptitude and demonstrated analytical skills
  • Excellent written communication skills and presentation skills
  • Proficient technical reporting capabilities running payroll and HRIS reports
  • Advanced skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Ability to interpret compensation, benefits and pension reports and financial acumen
  • Able to work in a fast paced, team environment, multi task between many priorities and projects
  • Highly organized, self-motivated, flexible work hours and adaptable
  • Accurate, detail oriented, can work under complex arrangements
  • Able to simplify processes and contribute to cutting edge business oriented solutions
  • Demonstrated focus on execution and operational excellence

 

 

Payroll Manager  – 2 Year Contract

Responsibilities:

Manage the weekly and bi-weekly payroll function for all employees (union, non-union, and salaried) using PeopleSoft
Plan, schedule, and direct the payroll team to ensure that weekly & bi-weekly payroll processing is completed within required timelines including the production and distribution of pay statements. Ensure all bank files and created and transmitted accurately and on time
Review and authorize remittances including pension payments, union dues, CRA payroll taxes, EHT, WSIB, etc
Ensure compliance is met for all government remitting, reporting and record retention (both Federal and Provincial)
Collaborate and work closely with the People Experience team in the interpretation of applicable company policies, procedures, employment laws, and collective agreements to ensure that the corporate payroll processes & procedures are in compliance with current guidelines and Collective Agreements
Responsible for all year-end processes including all government reporting and annual filing
Support other annual processes including corporate financial & pension audits, budgeting, etc
Support, test and provide sign off for all PeopleSoft updates (including tax updates, patch releases, etc.)
Ensure that all other time-sensitive payroll tasks and duties are performed accurately & timely (i.e. annual merit increases, bonus payments, annual vacation payouts)
Act as a liaison with government agencies to address regular queries/issues, etc
Manage and review other weekly/monthly processes including: Payroll GL, other journal entries, reconciliation of payroll accounts to the general ledger. Provide accounting support to Director, Finance and other Finance managers

Qualifications:

University or College Degree/Diploma in Payroll, Accounting, Business Administration and/or the equivalent in education and related experience
Minimum of 8 years work experience in full-cycle payroll experience within Ontario
Minimum of 5years supervisory experience in a large organization
Certified Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) and Member in Good Standing with the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA), preferred Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) a strong asset
Excellent knowledge and understanding of all Payroll related Ontario legislative and taxation requirements
Comprehensive working knowledge of PeopleSoft 9.2, specifically related to Payroll for North
Solid understanding of Collective Agreements, particularly interpretation of articles related to Payroll matters

 

Payroll Administrator  – Full time

 

Responsibilities:

  •  Process and input payrolls in accordance with established company practices and procedures.
  • Collect, analyze, enter, calculate and verify payroll information, including hours and statutory deductions.
  • Review time records for accuracy, completeness and authorization in accordance with company procedures.
  • Maintain and adjust employee information in the payroll and time management systems (ADP Pay@Work and EZ Labor).
  • Perform off-schedule payments, such as replacement cheques, termination pays, lump sum payments.
  • Investigate and resolve payroll issues in partnership with the Payroll and Compensation Manager.
  • Package pay statements for distribution to branches.
  • Verify journal entries produced by ADP and occasionally prepare manual journal entries.
  • Ensure payment of various deductions such as garnishments and union dues are sent to the appropriate authorities accurately and on time.
  • Maintain employee records and file various documents.
  • Provide customer service to all employees.
  • Respond to employee and Human Resources inquiries on a timely basis.
  • Process and verify Records of Employment for terminated employees and complete as requested.
  • Respond and verify requests for information from various agencies including the Canada Custom and Revenue Agency (CCRA) and Service Canada.
  • Prepare and reconcile monthly payroll statements, WSIB, EHT, Union Dues and general ledger accounts.
  • Prepare and process fiscal year-end payroll including T4/R1 and T4A.
  • Prepare Labour Cost Reporting for distribution on a bi-weekly basis.
  • Assist the Payroll and Compensation Manager in evaluating processes and provide suggestions as needed.

   Required Experience

  • Minimum of a College diploma in Business or other related studies.
  • Minimum 4 years previous full cycle payroll experience with both salary and hourly payrolls.
  • Successful completion of the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) certification is preferred.
  • Experience with ADP Pay@Work is required. People@Work and EZ Labor is an asset.
  • Multi-provincial (including Quebec) and/or multi-location experience is an asset.
  • Union payroll experience an asset.
  • Demonstrated strong computer skills particularly with Microsoft Excel and Word.
  • Ability to work under pressure and with tight deadlines.
  • Ability to exercise tact and discretion in dealing with sensitive and confidential information.
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi task.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work independently or as part of a team.
  • Excellent attention to detail and consistently high level of accuracy.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills; verbal, written and presentation.
  • Demonstrates strong customer service skills with the ability to partner will all levels of the organization.
  • Exemplifies the companies values of integrity, trust, teamwork and excellence.

 

Bilingual Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist – full time

 With a focus on establishing him / herself as a true business partner to the team, the Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist will play a key role with respect to implementing dynamic recruitment strategies.  This role is both strategic and hands on to bolster the recruitment and retention of outstanding talent and align initiatives to support business growth objectives.

  •  Develop strategies and programs to support the recruitment and retention of outstanding candidates
  • Partner with secondary institutions, government agencies, etc., to develop and implement recruitment and retention strategies to attract graduate students and/or specialized talent
  • Source, plan and partner with key business contacts (both internal and external) to increase brand awareness in attracting talent, attend career fairs, targeted industry events, social mixers, etc
  • Proactively support full recruitment cycle initiatives such as: creating job postings, sourcing candidates, pre-screening resumes, phone/in person interviews, candidate testing, providing recommendations, offer letters, etc
  • Ensure specific position requirements are understood to customize recruitment steps if needed
  • Support HR Generalist with proactive succession planning initiatives
  • Explore opportunities to streamline the recruitment process, including various social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Glassdoor, Twitter, etc
  • Build on company intranet and extranet sites to promote candidate traffic
  • Enhance recruitment communication via company tools (i.e.) company website, company intranet
  • Source and liaise with 3rd party service providers, recruitment agencies, etc to attract top talent
  • Monitor effectiveness of vendor costs versus value add and benefits of hire
  • Ensure compliance and audit requirements are met for recruitment vendors
  • Work with managers to develop on-boarding training schedules for new staff
  • Take the lead on recruitment projects such as: Military, Graduates, Diversity initiatives
  • Develop employee feedback systems such as: probationary reviews, satisfaction surveys, etc
  • Conduct and analyze exit Interview data from departing employees; recommend action items

 

Required Qualifications:

  •  Must be fluently bilingual (English/French)
  • University degree
  • Human Resources designation an asset
  • 5-7 years’ experience with full cycle and strategic talent acquisition
  • Effective coaching and mentoring at all levels
  • Excellent influencing and interpersonal relationship building
  • Strong verbal / written communication skills
  • Highly organized with proven time-management, analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Versatile to work both independently and collaboratively within a team environment
  • Proactive and effective in managing high volume of recruitment activity while working on various

 

 

Payroll & Human Resources Coordinator – 12 month contract

In this newly created role of  Payroll & Human Resources Coordinator, we are looking for the ideal candidate to fill this 12 month Maternity Leave position. The successful candidate will process our bi-weekly payroll and work on various human resources   initiatives.

Payroll responsibilities

  • Process bi-weekly salary payroll for a current staff level of approximately 225 using Ceridian Insync, for the provinces of Ontario, Alberta & British   Columbia
  • Process payroll for our USA staff (currently 9 staff) and ensure appropriate returns are logged
  • Work with Accounting department to ensure the appropriate sales commissions, incentives and bonuses are processed correctly through  Payroll
  • Handle general enquiries from staff; disseminate information regarding tax rate and other changes to staff using our  Internet
  • Distribute payroll/statistical information to  departments
  • Process monthly payroll journals including allocation to different departments; calculate vacation pay accrual and payroll  accruals.
  • Responsible for all payroll remittances, including payroll taxes, EHT,  etc.
  • Prepare monthly payroll analysis by department showing month and year to date pay and staff numbers vs. last year and turnover  rate
  • Year-end T4’s and reconciliation
  • Analysis of Payroll related General Ledger account (Balance Sheet account) except commission
  • Company’s Year End report requirements for external  audit
  • Reconciliation of benefits payments as well as journal entries and employee contributions

 

Human  Resources responsibilities

  • Recruitment activities – posting jobs, screening resumes, telephone and in-person interviews, reference checks, maintaining Finder’s Fee  program
  • Conduct company orientations with new  hires
  • Benefits administration – general administration of our groups benefits plan – enrolments, employee changes, terminations, and handling benefit inquiries from staff
  • Conduct exit interviews with departing employees, and quarterly New Hire Feedback surveys
  • Provide human resources and legislative advice to both managers and employees where applicable

 

Qualifications Required

  • Must have previous payroll administration experience, preferably using Ceridian Insync;
  • Payroll Administration Certification an
  • Previous HR Generalist or HR Administration experience within a multi-location environment
  • CHRP certification is an asset
  • Familiar with government payroll legislation
  • Proficiency with Word, Excel and Ceridian Insync
  • Team player with initiative, excellent interpersonal, customer service, organizational and time management
  • Proven commitment to confidentiality, accuracy, and able to meet  deadlines

 

 

Bilingual Human Resources Manager, Talent Acquisition & Development  ( Full time) 

With a focus on establishing him/herself as a true business partner to Canadian and US leadership, this position is both strategic and hands on.  The HR Manager will play a key role with respect to implementing recruitment strategies, succession plans, and retention and advancement activities, while acting as a coach for the broader HR team with complex and/or escalated employment issues.  This role will act as a back-up to the AVP, HR for HR disciplines such as recruitment strategies, employee relations matters, recognition programs, development and facilitation of training programs, policy updates aligning with legal changes, and other tasks as assigned.  The incumbent will mentor one (1) direct report and be responsible for a high volume of work with a high degree of independence, while supporting our internal customers.

 

This role will also be dedicated to implementing and monitoring succession plans to ensure that key roles are well positioned for advancement; training needs are met both individually and on a team basis; sensitive and escalated employee relations matters are properly addressed and/or investigated and that assigned HR projects are well executed, within budget and on time.   They will mentor and coach the HR Coordinator and ensure quality administration of programs, reports, data and customer support.

 

Qualifications Required

  • University degree and Human Resources designation
  •  Must be fluently bilingual (English/French)
  • Minimum 7-9 years in Human Resources with 3 years’ management experience leading a small team (able to act as backup to the AVP, HR as required for designated HR disciplines, and be a resource for the HR team on escalated/complex matters)
  • Effective coaching and mentoring at all levels
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Facilitation/ experience speaking in front of larger groups
  • Comprehensive and sound knowledge of HR related legislation in all provinces
  • Proficient/ advanced skills with MS Office programs and tools (e.g. Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Familiar with recruitment techniques, methodologies, HR dashboards and metrics, and social media
  • Proven analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Team player with a collaborative team approach
  • Comfortable multi-tasking in an evolving and changing work environment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To apply to any one of these current career opportunities, please submit a copy of your resume in word format as an attachment to: pino@thestaffingalternative.com