JOBSUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Under the direction of an assignedsupervisor, this position provides consultation and support across to one ormore of the following: faculty, staff, volunteers, and student employees.
Composes disciplinary letters and performance improvement plans for managers and supervisors.
Responds to employees regarding employee relations policies, procedures, work rules and documentation; researches, identifies, interprets and analyzes specific employee relations concerns and makes appropriate recommendations.
Makes recommendations regarding performance management/disciplinary procedures and other personnel policies and procedures, as needed.
Advises employees on work-life balance; determines appropriate resources for information, referral, and follow-up.
Assists with confidential and sensitive workplace investigations into complaints and allegations of non-compliance violating policy and procedure.
Assists with conducting employee training on progressive discipline, performance management, and other areas related to employee relations, including New Hire Orientation.
Conducts research and assistance on employment-related regulations at both the State and Federal level as appropriate. Brings compliance related concerns to the attention of the Associate Vice Chancellor, Title IX Coordinator and/or Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Documents issues in HR Acuity; pulls and/or creates reports and conducts internal audits as they pertain to Employee Relations data and processes.
Serves as an additional point of contact with legal, the Office of Equity and Diversity, and Faculty Affairs, and assists with coordinating problem-solving under direction in the resolution of concerns resonating at a high administration level.
Reviews employee satisfaction survey results and makes recommendations for improvement teams.
Assists with providing conflict resolution and serving on problem-solving/inquiry teams for compliance/regulatory related matters, as needed.
Assists in the coordination of the Employee Relations Advisory Organization (ERC/ESC) meetings to work on special projects affecting the university.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 181892
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