Labor Relations Manager
Ciresi & Morek - New York, NY

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Ciresi & Morek, established in 2012, is the integration of two successful search companies, Ciresi & Ciresi and Point Search Partners. Ciresi & Morek is a national search firm, dedicated to professional and executive talent acquisition. Through our search process, we use an interpersonal approach when locating talent for our clients. We proactively partner with our clients and candidates to provide professional representation. Feel free to learn more about us by visiting our website. We are currently assisting our Client, Fortune 125, with a Labor Relations Manager search, located in NYC, NY. The Labor Relations Manager will assist in union related matters, in both union and non-union settings. This includes the administration of collective bargaining agreements, grievance investigations, arbitration preparation, preliminary responses to unfair labor practice charges and union awareness training. Responsibilities: Manage administration of existing collective bargaining agreements, respond to union requests for information, and advise HRMs, store and field management on labor-related issues, including the interpretation and enforcement of existing labor agreements Provide support with regard to grievances; and to in-house and outside counsel for arbitrations and NLRB matters; to include the investigation of grievances, coordinate and preside over grievance hearings, draft grievance responses, and engage in grievance settlement negotiations and draft settlement agreements (under the supervision of legal counsel) Coordinate the implementation and execution of contract and grievance settlement agreements to include instructions for payroll and benefits departments on contract or settlement administration Meet with union representatives regarding day-to-day labor relations matters Provide support for union avoidance and union organizing campaigns, under the supervision of counsel, including working with field and store management on communications and assisting with elections and other Board-related matters Provide support for responding to unfair labor practice charges Requirements: Undergraduate degree in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, Business or related field 5+ years progressively responsible experience in a Human Resources functions with a unionized workforce Ability to Travel Compensation: 90,000 – 110,000 Competitive Relocation