||We have an immediate opportunity for a Home Health Human Resources Business Partner.
General Summary: The HR Business Partner is responsible for assuring the proper, fair treatment of employees including the completion of such tasks as recruiting, onboarding, orientation, record keeping, effective managing of employee relations, benefits administration, and also assists in helping the Agency deal with the workforce in ways that enhance morale and productivity. The HR Business Partner implements and utilizes practices and objectives that will provide an employee-oriented, high performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, quality, productivity and standards, goal attainment, and the recruitment and ongoing development of a superior workforce. Additionally, the HR Business Partner assists and advises Company Executives and Managers about HR issues.
- Promote and exemplify the Company mission, vision, and values at all times
- Recruit, screen, and onboard all agency new hires
- Enter new hire information, pay rate changes, and separation information for all Agency employees via Company payroll system
- Support company-wide initiatives, such as the performance review and appraisal process, merit increase process, and strategic HR initiatives, etc.
- Assist with non-clinical orientation and employee education
- Compile, maintain, and protect employee files in a manner that is survey and accreditation ready
- Partner with the Business Office Manager to maintain expiration items for all Agency employees
- Responsible for implementation of the HR functions of the Agency
- Serve as a liaison between employees and management
- Assist with the implementation and administration of Agency benefit programs, including unemployment and workers compensation
- Assist with questions relating to benefit programs or processes
- Adhere to all State, Federal, and other regulatory guidelines, as it relates to Human Resources, and ensure that employees are made aware of such information
- Partner with the Support Center LOA specialist regarding FMLA matters within the local offices
- Manage all paperwork upon termination of employees according to Agency policies.
- Conduct and participate in training for Managers regarding legal and Human Resources issues, including but not limited to, terminations, hiring, and other practices that should be in place
- Assist Managers with proper counseling of employees on employee relations issues and problems
- Comply with HIPAA privacy regulations and maintains confidentiality at all times
This description is a general statement of required essential functions performed on a regular and continuous basis. It does not exclude other duties as assigned.
Experience: Two years' experience in Human Resources. Home Health experience preferred.
Education: College degree required. Bachelor's degree and PHR/SPHR preferred.
Licensure/Certification: Current driver’s license in good standing. It is the responsibility of the employee to renew their driver’s license before it expires in order to continue employment.