Job Requisition Id : 9292
Business Function : Human Resources
Other Location(s) :
Province : British Columbia (CA-BC)
Employment Type : Temporary - New
Employment Status : Temporary
Language Requirement : English Essential
Employee Class and Level : CPMGA01
Number of Vacancies 2
Job Closing Date (dd / mm / yyyy) : 20 / 06 / 2018
The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) provides front line HR services to a broad range of clients (primarily managers and their teams) and acts as an employee and business champion, and change agent.
Provides strategic consultation and services for HR programs such as succession planning, talent and performance management, health and safety, employee engagement, conflict management, disability management and employee / labour relations.
Leveraging a broad understanding of the business, partners with HR centres of expertise and local leadership teams to develop and deliver effective, integrated HR solutions and programs aligned with the business strategy.
1. Works closely with the local leadership team and other services in HR to ensure the right people with the right skills and the right behaviours are in place in order to successfully meet business goals.
2. Provides guidance and support to the client groups regarding HR employment legislation and standards as well as the application of Corporate Policies and Programs including Disability Management, Labour Relations and Grievances up to 1st level.
3. Identifies change management issues and works with the business leaders and HR centres of expertise to develop and execute change management strategies.
4. Assists the client group in understanding relevant HR metrics, (e.g. in areas such as attendance, safety incidents, employee relations, recruitment, workplace conflict, grievances, etc ) in order to assist them in identifying causal relationships and to develop local strategies to improve.
5. Works closely with team leaders, local unions, and labour relations subject matter experts to identify early resolution opportunities in order to improve union relations and reduce overall grievances.
Promotes the day-to-day application of Collective Agreements, National policies and directives in a manner consistent with Division activities and corporate objectives.
6. Consults with local union / management representatives on all matters relating to employees (e.g. working conditions, disciplinary issues, problem resolution) and advises the Manager of problems in these areas.
performance improvement plans; probationary reports and provides advice on development plans in order to foster performance improvement.
8. Assist the client to prevent and resolve HR related issues at the earliest possible point and brokers the assistance of HR colleagues and / or functional process and policy owner(s) when needed.
9. Coaches team leaders on attendance, accommodation and disability processes (STD / LTD / WCB) including DM systems. Advises on existing programs such as EAP / wellness.
10. Maintains a network of internal and external contacts to regularly benchmark and remain current on future trends and developments related to government standards, industry practices, legislation, guidelines and programs related to HR.
Participates in HR associations and events, in order to remain current and promote the CPC brand.
Canada Post is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and visible minorities.
Conflict of Interest
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