Human Resources Advisor
In a context of fast-paced growth, the key role of the Human Resources Advisor is to drive HR strategy and operations. A trusted advisor in all decisions affecting employees of the firm, the HR advisor play a proactive role and acts as a coach. An important member of the team in terms of team engagement, he or she is responsible for firm-wide meetings, internal communications and related initiatives. Throughout all contributions, the HR advisor ensures the application of our 3 principles: Empower, Inspire and Recognize.
- Lead the definition of the HR function;
- Ensure a positive employee experience at Talsom;
- Act as an ambassador for HR projects and initiatives;
- Contribute to a leading role in employee engagement;
- Hold the role of HR Business Partner with firm leaders and directors;
- Act as a point of contact for employees, managers and executives on human resources issues, ensuring that decisions and practices comply with applicable laws, policies and firm values.
- Manage general services and HR operations such as payroll and total compensation, internal policies, group insurance, pension plan administration and employee leaves.
- Maintain and improve HR measurement tools to support decision-making.
- Undergraduate degree in a field related to human resources management or industrial relations;
- Be a member of the Ordre des CRHA.
- 5 to 7 years of experience in human resources management, including at least 3 years in an HR generalist role;
- Involvement in all steps of projects affecting total compensation, talent management, career development, performance evaluation, mobilization or training;
- Experience in the professional services or information technology (IT) industry is an asset.
Aptitudes, knowledge and skills
- Professionalism and ability to handle confidential information regarding employees and the company;
- Ability to anticipate problems, conduct diagnoses and recommend possible solutions;
- Strong communication and presentation skills;
- Ability to influence and guide management to overcome challenges that a growing organization can face.
- Ease of building interpersonal relationships at all levels and building trust;
- Ability to manage human resources in a new and innovative way;
- Above-average curiosity and interest about human resource trends and organizational development;
- Excellent ability to manage multiple files at a time in a very dynamic context;
- Knowledge and understanding of the various Quebec labour laws;
- Autonomy and decision-making ability;
- Bilingualism (English / French), both written and oral.
Note: This position requires travel in the greater Montreal area.
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