HR Generalist

Summary: The Human Resources Generalist is a full-time, non-exempt position providing customer service and administrative support in the areas of HR, payroll, benefits, and safety.  

Primary Duties: Responsible for various administrative activities to support the HR, payroll, benefits, and safety departments. Process new hire paperwork as needed. Process status change and termination paperwork as needed. Process payroll deduction and benefits paperwork as needed. Administer and track unemployment claims. Administer and track leaves of absence. Assist with the creation of various HR documents including; handbooks, job descriptions, new hire packets, safety manuals, OSHA record-keeping, and other HR forms. Provide HR consultative recommendations to clients as needed. Scan and file client and employee paperwork as needed. Assist with client and employee set up in the web-based human resource information system. Assist with payroll processing and quality assurance as needed. Assist with on-site training and bi-lingual communication as needed. Provide outstanding customer service to clients and employees. Other duties as assigned by management.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Possess fundamental knowledge of HR laws, regulations, and best practices. Able to critically think and problem solve. Able to work with a team. Possess strong communication skills; reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Strong organizational skills. Attentive to detail. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs including; Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred.


Education and Experience: 2 years Human Resources experience. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field preferred. PHR or SHRM-CP certification preferred.

Physical Requirements: Able to lift up to 20 pounds infrequently. Able to stand, sit, walk frequently. Able to speak, hear, and see. Able to drive a vehicle. Able to mouse and type.

Work hours: Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. 

Travel and Working Conditions: Typical working conditions are an office/clerical environment.  Occasional travel is required.  Working conditions may vary based on client site activities during site visits.


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1-2 years
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