Basic function: The Director, Global Human Resources will oversee all aspects of the Human Resources function responsible for global staff in the US, UK, Canada, Sweden and Japan. Areas of responsibility include but not limited to, compliance, talent acquisition, benefits, performance management, employee relations, and payroll. In addition, the position will plan and administer policies relating to all phases of human resources activity, be responsible for cultivating a collaborative and an inspiring work environment and represent HR when interacting with the Board of Directors.
Specific responsibilities include:
Directly manage HR functions for US, Canada and Japan, in cooperation with an HR Generalist with leadership oversight of HR in Sweden and UK with the Head of EMEA HR.
Work in partnership with Senior Leaders to provide all materials for Board of Directors meetings. Present HR Metrics and initiatives to Board of Directors on a quarterly basis.
Responsible for full employee life cycle management of ADP's Workforce Now HRIS and ATS to include employee data, compensation, reporting, payroll, recruiting, time off and benefit modules.
Oversees recruitment of open positions to include pre-employment testing, schedules interviews, and assists in the selection of employees to fill vacant positions.
Manage onboarding program from offer stage through hire and the onboarding check in process.
Conducts exit meetings for all terminations and resignations. Monitor for trends and make recommendations as needed to management.
Keeps records of benefit plan participation such as insurance and 401(k) plan, personnel transactions such as hires, promotions, transfers, performance reviews, and terminations, and employee statistics for government reporting.
Manage and input all benefit changes, new hires, terms, qualifying events and COBRA
Perform payroll duties in conjunction with the HR Generalist.
Advises management in appropriate resolution of employee relations issues, including disciplinary actions.
Responds to inquiries regarding benefits, policies, procedures and programs which includes solving any benefits-related issues/problems.
Maintain HR Metrics including turnover, retention and headcount. Process multiple HR reports for distribution within the organization.
Lead the Diversity and Inclusion Council and other company initiatives to ensure company core values are exhibited throughout the company.
Manage full Employee Recognition Program to include anniversaries, employee awards and employee morale activities.
Revises Policies and Procedures Manual as needed due to policy and/or regulatory changes.
Manage the annual renewal of the health and welfare and workers' compensation policies. Coordinate Open Enrollment Meetings and compile communication materials. Review all insurance policies and booklets for accuracy.
Review Form 5500 for 401(k) and Health and Welfare plans. Provide census information to Third-Party Administrators for FSA and 401(k) non-discrimination tests.
Meet with 401(k), workers' compensation and regulatory agency auditors to provide requested information and documents for audits.
Serve as 401(k) plan administrator which entails the following: Review any plan changes with broker; Conduct enrollment meetings for newly-eligible participants and review forms; Review all remittances to 401(k) provider including Quarterly Employer Match; Perform necessary account reconciliations; Process all Withdrawals and Loan Requests.
Keep apprised of changes in labor and ERISA laws and advise management accordingly.
Ability to work in a hybrid work model in the Herndon, Virginia office.
Qualifications and Skills:
Bachelor's degree preferred or equivalent years of experience.
Eight years global HR management experience, specifically in Canada and US.
HRIS/Payroll software knowledge. ADP Workforce Now experience is required. Ability to maintain an HRIS with an integrated ATS, onboarding and benefit platform.
Management of full payroll processing is a requirement of this role.
Extensive experience managing the full cycle of employee benefits to include plan design, open enrollment and vendor negotiations.
Strong Microsoft Office skills to include Visio and SharePoint.
Strong presentation skills and ability to communicate effectively across the entire organization globally.
Experience with performance and talent management to include employee relations.
HR Certification (SHRM-CP or PHR preferred) and participation in local HR networking organizations is preferred but not required.
Strong knowledge of benefit structures, laws, particularly ACA requirements.