Senior Manager, Human Resources
Endemol Shine North AmericaNorth Hollywood, CA
Full Time Job
The Senior Manager, Human Resources is a generalist role, responsible for partnering across the businesses to proactively assess, manage and improve upon day-to-day operation of HR functions including but not limited to: staffing, employee relations management, employee development and engagement, performance management, and HRIS management.
The Senior Manager, Human Resources provides human resources support and guidance to Endemol Shine North America’s subsidiary production companies and any shows/projects in production, as well as corporate staff.
This role reports to the SVP, Human Resources and collaborates with the broader human resources team to develop and implement human resources initiatives and programs.
Identify employee relations issues, conduct appropriate investigations, and work closely with HR leadership and managers to prepare employee performance documents such as performance reviews, performance improvement plans, and disciplinary actions
Provide advice, counsel and coaching to employees regarding HR policies and procedures and employee-related matters
Work alongside leadership to identify, develop and implement training initiatives and outreach opportunities that support the Company’s culture and philosophy
Assist in developing and maintaining HR strategy; implement and monitor adherence to HR policies, processes and practices; uncover, assess and propose opportunities for HR process improvements
Work closely with hiring managers to recruit and select top talent for open executive-level positions; extend offers to candidates and negotiate as appropriate
Ensure regulatory compliance with all applicable Federal and State employment and wage and hour laws; provide this regulatory support to both corporate and production environments
Conduct regular data analysis to ensure HRIS accuracy and legal compliance
Other projects and tasks as assigned
Skills & Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree preferred, preferably in HR, Business, or other relevant focus
Minimum of 7 years' experience in a generalist HR role in a matrixed organization, with increasing levels of responsibility
Prior HR experience with an entertainment, production and/or creative services business is preferred
Knowledge and practical application of HR disciplines including U.S employment and labor laws, employee relations, management & leadership development, and performance management
Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills; ability to interact effectively with employees at all levels of the organization
Demonstrated ability to resolve complex problems with creative solutions, to make independent decisions, and to work with minimal guidance or direct supervision
Demonstrated ability to manage conflicting priorities in a fast-paced environment
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and a professional demeanor
Proficiency with Workday and MS Office suite is required
Proficiency with ADP WorkforceNow is a plus
Must be willing to submit to a background investigation
Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States
Must be 18 years or older
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