Guckenheimer, is a national foodservice management company that pioneered restaurant style, healthful dining in the workplace.
Founded in the San Francisco Bay Area by two healthcare professionals, Guckenheimer is an onsite specialty foodservice company dedicated to the philosophy that health and productivity at work is achieved through exceptional food and dining experiences. With accounts across 31 states, Guckenheimer features evolved employee health and wellness programs led by registered dietitians, customized menu creations and fresh meals-from-scratch prepared with sustainable and organic ingredients, locally sourced when available.
With new growth in the area, we have incredible employment opportunities for:
Regional Human Resources Manager
Reports to: VP or Director of Operations for the assigned region with a strong dotted line-reporting relationship to the Vice President of Human Resources
Position Status: Exempt
PRIMARY OBJECTIVES :
Provide human resources generalist support to assigned region(s).
Coach, train, and support management in employee relations issues, including labor law, harassment, discrimination, wage and hour issues, progressive discipline, terminations, and career advancements.
Serve as resource for direct labor employee relations issues.
Investigate and resolve any claims of workplace harassment, discrimination, and wage and hour issues while maintaining communication with the VP of Operations/Director of Operations and Vice President of Human Resources.
Review all employee terminations to determine legal exposure and to ensure fair and consistent treatment of all employees. Maintain communication with the VP of Operations/Director of Operations and Vice President of Human Resources. Ensure proper authorization for involuntary termination requests.
Prepare weekly status report for Vice President of Operations/Director of Operations and Vice President of Human Resources.
Represent Guckenheimer in any state or federal hearings. Investigate, research and prepare all documents for a successful hearing or trial (EDD, Labor Commissioner, DOL, EEOC, etc.)
Ensure proper record keeping in the field operations for federal and state regulations and laws including I-9 compliance, time records, etc.
Assist management in the recruitment, interviewing and selection of employees.
Provide sourcing for management, chef, hourly and regional support team applicants
Conduct job fairs and seminars at local schools and culinary academies.
Perform prescreening activities background check, reference checks, pre employment drug testing) for potential employees.
Assist with scheduling of applicants to be performed by Area Manager and Director of Operations.
Responsible for administering and proper record keeping of offer and refusal letters.
Ensure all employees (hourly, salaried, and management) have completed a background check. Responsible to communicate the results of background checks to field managers for discrepancies or unfavorable background reports.
Ensure follow through with operations on weekly background check report.
Follow-up with operations on monthly HR Reports to ensure compliance with company policies.
Ensure our field managers are provided with proper orientation.
Provide training on a variety of Human Resources and Safety topics as required.
Support the Manager of Safety and Accident Prevention and Field Training Manager in safety initiatives and incentives, inspections, and investigations in the assigned regions.
Serve as regional resource for basic compensation and benefits questions.
Conduct exit interviews with management and other employees as warranted. Compile and forward data to next level of management for review.
Maintain employee confidentiality and protect the operation by keeping personnel data confidential.
Special projects as assigned.
Perform other duties as required.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES : None
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Strong computer skills emphasizing knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Knowledge of HRIS systems a plus.
Must be able to travel to locations throughout assigned region(s).
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE :
College degree in Human Resources or Restaurant Management or related field,
PHR or SPHR preferred.
A minimum of 5-7 years Human Resources experience with 3+ years in a generalist role.
Requires a good understanding of state and federal employment laws.
REASONING ABILITY :
Compassionate, consistent, and fair to the needs of the employee and of the Company.
Must possess strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Must be detail oriented, organized, able to work independently, prioritize and multi-task
Guckenheimer Embraces Equal Opportunity Employment