The People Administrator supports the HR and DC Management Teams by performing administrative tasks such as; data entry, creating reports, and auditing the HRIS and Time and Attendance Systems.
Assist Team Members and Management with enquiries related to hours of work, payroll, vacation, leaves, pension and benefits.
Administer internal and external recruitment, and coordinates new hire orientations. A strong focus is placed on associate relations and policy and procedure compliance.
What you'll do...
Administrates the Job Posting procedure by creating the documents, posting, reviewing applicants to ensure they meet requirements and preparing a package with details of qualified applicants for the Manager.
Responsible for the coordination of hourly new hire’ associates including interviewing, preparation of employment offer letters, facilitating the initial orientation and the follow up of new hire paperwork including new hire checklists.
Support clear communication and understanding of associates on policy / practice, and identify key policies.
Support the movement of associates within the organization by ensuring that all necessary documentation is completed in a timely manner and keyed in the HRIS, maintain employment files and provide headcount, length of service and demographic reports.
Work closely with the National HRIS Specialist in the administration and resolution of HRIS and Time and Attendance systems.
Conducting audits to ensure accurate data is maintained in order to process payroll and administer pension and benefits.
Is the frontline contact for HR enquiries. Listens to a wide variety of enquiries and provides a response, guidance, or refers the individual to the appropriate resource.
This can include enquiries related to payroll, benefits, pension, leaves, policies etc.
Supports the Team Members and Management Team with communication and documentation of LOA's. Ensures proper documentation is completed and ROE is processed in a timely manner.
Communicates relevant information regarding benefit premiums, impact on vacation entitlement, and notification of return to work.
Works closely with the Return to Work Specialist.
Assists in the organization and management on projects from AES roll-out, training, SSC based initiatives.
Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.
Age - 18 or older
Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.
Walmart will accommodate the disability-related needs of applicants and associates as required by law.
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