• HR Business Partner

    Posted: 08/27/2023

    As the HR Business Partner for a renowned firm located in Providence, RI, you will be pivotal in overseeing the firm's human resources operations and ensuring the seamless execution of HR procedures. The ideal candidate will boast a robust HR management background, a keen comprehension of legal industry requisites, and exceptional interpersonal proficiencies.

    Highlights of the Firm:
    • Highly competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits.
    • Nurturing team culture and collaborative work environment.
    • Abundant opportunities for networking and continuous learning.
    Responsibilities of the HR Business Partner:
    • Lead the entire recruitment process, including crafting job postings, sourcing candidates, conducting screenings and interviews, and finalizing selections.
    • Collaborate with partners and leaders of practice groups to pinpoint staffing necessities and ensure timely fulfillment of vacant positions.
    • Cultivate and sustain relationships with legal recruiting agencies, universities, and other talent reservoirs.
    • Offer guidance to both employees and managers on HR-centric topics encompassing policies, procedures, and performance matters.
    • Manage employee grievances, conflicts, and disciplinary actions in alignment with the firm's protocols and pertinent laws.
    • Develop and institute performance management initiatives, encompassing goal establishment, performance evaluations, and career progression strategies.
    • Aid partners and practice group leaders in supplying constructive feedback and coaching for the enhancement of employee performance.
    • Oversee the administration of employee benefits programs.
    • Uphold adherence to compensation standards and oversee salary reviews, promotions, and bonus procedures.
    • Remain up-to-date with labor laws and regulations relevant to the legal sector, ensuring compliance and timely adjustments to HR protocols.
    • Safeguard personnel records and ensure the confidentiality of sensitive employee data.
    • Collaborate with partners and practice group leaders to identify training prerequisites and implement targeted training programs for augmenting professional growth.
    • Coordinate workshops, seminars, and growth opportunities for enhancing legal and non-legal skills.
    • Advocate for diversity and inclusion initiatives within the firm, fostering an atmosphere of inclusivity and fairness.
    • Create and present HR reports to management, offering insights and recommendations concerning HR-related subjects.
    Requirements for the HR Business Partner:
    • A Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration, or a related field. Possession of a Master's degree is a beneficial addition.
    • Demonstrated experience as an HR Manager or HR Generalist, preferably within a law firm or professional setting.
    • Profound familiarity with employment laws, regulations, and optimal HR practices.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication adeptness, with the capacity to interact effectively with personnel at all hierarchical levels.
    • Exceptional organizational and analytical capabilities.
    • High ethical standards and a knack for handling sensitive and confidential information.
    • Proficiency in HR software and systems.
    • Holding HR certification (e.g., SHRM-CP or PHR) is desirable, although not obligatory.
    Submit your resume today for immediate consideration.
    Please Note: City Personnel offers extended interview hours from 7 am-7 pm ** upon request.
    City Personnel, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we do not discriminate against applicants due to race, national origin, religion, marital status, military status, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristics. If you need special accommodation for the application process, please contact us.

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