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HR Generalist 16447637

Harrisonburg, Virginia

Cordia Resources client is seeking an HR Generalist to join their team! The HR Generalist will play an integral role on the team and will be responsible for employee relations, disputes and staying current with HR metrics. This position will be onsite in Harrisonburg and will report to the Head of HR.


***Must be bilingual English/Spanish***


Location: Onsite Harrisonburg, VA

Schedule: Must be available to work a flexible schedule with split shifts


Job Duties

  • Serve as the HR leader at the assigned facility.
  • Responsible for all plant-level reporting and metrics, to include:
  • Daily attendance
  • Daily & Weekly Net Staffing
  • Turnover
  • Leads weekly retention meeting with plant leadership to ensure team members are engaged, retained, and trained.
  • Administers roundtable meetings and ensures follow-up actions are tracked via RCA
  • Supports effective and timely communication to Talent Acquisition about salaried and hourly hiring needs to ensure plant remains staffed to budget and achieves 94% net staffing or greater.
  • Ensures exit interview data is recorded and tracked to provide insight into trends.
  • Provides onsite HR leadership and organizational support to management to achieve operational goals.
  • Provides guidance and support to employees regarding policies and programs
  • Closely coordinates with other facility leaders to deliver a consistent team member experience.
  • Ensures leaves of absence are appropriately tracked in partnership with Benefits Specialist (FMLA, personal leaves, etc.)
  • Oversees day-to-day administrative tasks conducted by the team such as maintaining employee files and processing paperwork such as hires, transfers, performance reviews, absenteeism and terminations.
  • Provides next-level support for any employee relations issues or investigations in partnership with the HR Generalist
  • Responsible for partnering with the Head of Learning & Development in the design and delivery of training programs to recruit and retain a qualified workforce.
  • Ensure organization remains in regulatory compliance (to include FMLA, ADA, EEO/Affirmative Action, and other federal, state, and local laws and regulations)
  • Manage a fast-paced work environment and adjusting plans to support the needs of Operations.



Education/Certification: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in a related field

Years of Experience: 5 + years' experience in related Human Resources roles

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • written and verbal communication skills
  • to prioritize in a fast-paced multi-task environment
  • to both learn and work independently
  • attention to detail

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