ARAMARK HR Manager - Field Operations in Calgary, Alberta
At Aramark Canada, our people are important to us. Our 14,000+ team members coast to coast; deliver experiences that enrich and nourish thousands of lives every day through innovative services in food, facilities and uniforms. To show our employees how much we appreciate their efforts, we do everything we can to make sure they feel included, supported and encouraged. Aramark Canada proudly partners with world class post-secondary institutions, world renowned hospitals, major league sports venues and leading global businesses. As part of a global team that spans 19 countries and has over 200,000 team members; we strive to achieve a safe, diverse and inclusive workforce that our employees can be proud of.
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Aramark Canada's HR Team is looking for an energetic and driven HR professional who thrives in a fast-paced work environment. As a day-to-day business partner, the field HR Manager works with District Managers and their teams, providing HR leadership, expertise and support in the areas of engagement, change management, employee and labour relations, talent management, workforce planning, recruitment, performance management, leadership development, and HR policy administration and compliance. The field HR Manager spends most of their time in the field, visiting client accounts on a regular basis, and getting to know the details of each line of business they are supporting. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Recruiting, Selection and Retention
Support recruitment and retention strategies to support their client needs
Partner with corporate Talent Acquisition for the recruitment of salaried and management associates
Support recruitment activities at peak times including exit interviews
Analyze exit interview trends and develop action plans
Coach managers and ensure compliance with onboarding of new and returning salaried employees
Coach managers to ensure associates receive proper training appropriate for their position eg. Health and Safety, WHMIS, HCMS, Cash Handling
Employee and Union Relations
Ensure compliance with all applicable Federal and Provincial Employment legislation
Ensure collective agreement terms and conditions are followed and provide guidance to managers on interpretation of collective agreement
Provide information and assistance in collective agreement negotiations
Provide counsel on progressive discipline and performance management issues
Conduct Investigations (Hotline, Human Rights, BCP Violations, associate complaints/issues), develop and implement recommendations, and follow through on decided actions
Implement, communicate and ensure compliance to all company and client policies and procedures
Health and Safety
Ensure operations managers and supervisors adhere to OH&S programs, policies and practices and provide adequate training
Ensure all required Joint Health and Safety Committee activities are conducted e.g. committee meetings, accident investigations, etc
Provide advice on claims management and return to work for occupational and non-occupational injuries and illnesses
Participate in succession planning and workforce planning initiatives
Provide direction and guidance to management in the annual performance appraisal process
Assist in salary review process for hourly and salaried associates
Provide leadership and facilitate activities that will build and enhance employee engagement and retention
Actively participate in People Planning initiatives to ensure assigned portfolio has appropriate bench strength for projected growth
Ideal candidates will possess a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Industrial Relations, or equivalent.
A minimum of 5 years' experience in a Human Resource Generalist role partnering with operations
Experience in Retail, Food Service, or a multi-site operation is an asset
Human Resource experience must include both employee and labour relations
Strong integrity with ability to maintain confidentiality and manage highly sensitive information
Professionalism and diplomacy with all levels of the organization.
Presentation skills and comfort in front of larger groups
Strong analytic skills and problem-solving ability
Superior written and verbal communication skills
Highly motivated self-starter who works well under minimal supervision
Multi-tasking with the ability to remain calm during high volume periods
Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications is desired.
Travel is a required part of the role : 3-4 days bi-weekly in the field, with occasional overnight travel to other locations within the province.
Must own a vehicle and have a drivers license in good standing
Please note all candidates considered for hire will be required to successfully pass a criminal background check. Accommodations for job applicants with disabilities are available upon request.
Aramark is an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Aramark will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance ordinance.