500 Bayly Street East, Ajax, Ontario, L1Z0B2
The decision to join a company is a big one. We have opportunities for hard working, energetic and reliable people just like you.
Why is this role important?
What You'll Do:
Front line representative for colleague’s questions or concerns in assigned client groups.
Support the roll out of various HR programs/initiatives (ie. assessments, culture, colleague engagement survey and HRIS program).
Provide guidance, direction and support to the client group in employee relations issues, including company policies & procedures, recruitment & selection strategy, performance management, job evaluations, terminations, training & development and benefits administration.
Day to day partner with client group to provide advice and counsel to colleagues on HR related issues and concerns.
Provides guidance, direction and advice to the client regarding employment related issues including but not limited to the interpretation of company policies & procedures, recruitment, training & development and benefits administration.
Resolve sensitive colleague issues. Research answers and make inquiries of HR related issues.
Compile data for compensation recommendations and partner with the compensation group to manage the administration for the annual incentive and merit review process for the client.
Ensure legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable HR federal and provincial requirements; conducting investigations; maintaining records and representing the organization at hearings.
Contribute to continuous improvements & best practices to influence human resources strategies.
Resolve necessary payroll inquiries as required.
Assist Director and HRBPs with research, analysis and implementation of programs, reports and projects as required.
What You'll Need:
Post-secondary education preferably in Human Resources and obtained (or working towards) HR Management Certification.
HR experience, coordinating departmental programs and initiatives is a definite asset.
Ability to interact with all levels of the organization.
Strong integrity with ability to maintain confidentiality and manage highly sensitive information.
Solid computer skills required in MS Office (Excel, Word, Power Point, Outlook).
Exceptional interpersonal, communication (written and verbal) and problem solving skills.
Customer focused and able to nurture positive customer relationships.
Highly organized and has a high degree of attention to detail.
Strong analytical skills and superior ability to problem-solve.
Exceptional commitment to customer service with strong sense of urgency.
Highly motivated, self-starter, requiring little direction.
How You’ll Succeed:
At Loblaw, we seek great people to continually strengthen our culture. We believe great people model our values, are authentic, build trust and make connections.
If that sounds like you, and you are open-minded, responsive to change and up to the challenges provided in a fast-paced retail environment, apply today.
In addition, we believe that compliance with laws is about doing the right thing. Upholding the law is part of our Code of Conduct – it reinforces what our customers and stakeholders expect of us.
Type of Role:
Loblaw recognizes Canada's diversity as a source of national pride and strength. We have made it a priority to reflect our nation’s evolving diversity in the products we sell, the people we hire, and the culture we create in our organization. Accommodation is available upon request for applicants with disabilities in the recruitment and assessment process and when hired.