The Compensation/Benefits Analyst position is responsible for the design, administration, communication and legal compliance of all Uponor North America compensation and employee benefits programs. This position is responsible for the analysis of the existing programs to ensure their competitiveness with the external market and employee wants/needs. This position also manages employee recognition, LOA, wellness and FMLA policies and programs.
- Manages and administers the U.S. and Canadas benefit and retirement programs, which includes: Analyzes current benefits offerings
in the US and Canada; evaluating the usage, services, coverage, effectiveness, cost, plan experience, and competitive trends in benefits programs and identifies the companys need for change.
- Manages employee leave programs which include: STD, LTD, FMLA and LOAs.
- Coordinates daily benefits and retirement processing for the US and Canadian locations and manages external relationships and serves as primary contact. General maintenance of benefit website.
- Manages and communicates annual events which includes: open enrollment; compliance notifications; audits; tax filing; and other government regulation compliance.
- Chairs Uponors Wellness and Recognition Committees, including budgeting, meetings, events and communications. Coordinates activities of the Uponor North America investment and benefits committees, setting agenda and managing outside vendors.
- Manages and administers the U.S. and Canadas Compensation programs, which includes: policies, procedures and plans; market pricing and salary structure development; incentive plans; Executive pay and perquisites; salary planning including research and recommending annual adjustments; FLSA testing; communication and training for managers;
assisting managers with job description creation and maintaining job description database.
- Responsible for the policy, plan, communication, and final decision maker on car orders of UNAs fleet program.
- Seeks out opportunities to contribute to the business success through proactive involvement in team initiatives.
Requires a Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 2 years of compensation and/or employee benefit experience.
Knowledge of all pertinent federal and state regulations, filing and compliance requirements both adopted and pending affecting employee benefit and compensation programs, including FLSA, ERISA, IRS, COBRA, FMLA, ADA, SECTION 125, Medicare, Social Security, and DOL requirements.
Knowledge of Canadian compensation and benefits regulations.
CCP and/or CEBS professional designations preferred.
At the core of Uponor is its plastic pipe operations, some 55% of sales, to be precise. The group is a global supplier of plumbing and...