The Walt Disney Company Senior Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) in Lake Buena Vista, Florida
The Senior Talent Business Partner will serve as a strategic partner for Partners Federal Credit Union client groups located in both Florida and California. This role will be responsible for consulting, developing and delivering integrated and inclusive talent solutions and services for all levels of leadership and the organization in the areas of: Strategy Development, Organization Design, Talent Management, Organization & Cast Effectiveness, Change & Transition Management, Employee Relations, and Functional HR Integration. This role serves to enable the organization to sustainably achieve business goals while honoring the desired PFCU culture and core values. This role reports to the VP-HR Operations and Talent Acquisition.
Provides core Human Resources services and support for assigned client groups. Build and maintain effective long-term trusted client relationships with business unit executives and their teams, advocating for employee’ needs and wants. Serve as a credible and trusted thought partner to senior leadership.
Understands issues and examines existing points-of-view from representative viewpoints: collects and analyze organization data, information and opinion, organize and identify themes.
Creates customized solutions through advance consulting expertise that address the business issues and produces measurable results.
Guides an individual or team through a complex or strategic challenge, focus a business change and organization transition, clarify and align business goals, objectives and measures, designs options for organizing work and people.
Refines how work gets done with clarifying roles, responsibilities, improvements, and helps teams, stakeholders approach and implement complex change work.
Initiates and drives the design and implementation of new or changed HR policies, processes, and programs in order to enhance the client’s workforce performance along with the employee’s workplace experience.
Partners with Compensation on various client needs, including staffing requests; salary reviews for new hires, promotions, special adjustments, market surveys, merit and bonus planning, and performance reviews.
Responds to Management Audit inquiries.
Establishes in-depth understanding of the business and priorities to identify org and talent opportunities and recommend potential solutions that further drive results and/or strengthen the culture.
Collaborates with HR functional partners to execute human resources strategies to enable business objectives and support future business growth.
Assesses various staffing needs to determine methods to address current and future conditions, including retention management, realignment, recruitment planning, and career development
Collaborates with leadership to formulate organizational strategies that align with both short and long term business goals.
Partner with Leadership on Succession Planning to identify current and forecasted talent needs and, develop action plans to mitigate associated risk and improve confidence in future successor readiness to enable business objectives.
Oversees the implementation of the company-wide performance appraisal program.Conducts presentations and training to management on the performance appraisal process.
Provides advice and counsel to mangers in interpreting and applying policies and procedures to resolve issues related to recruitment, compensation, disciplinary action and conflict resolution.
Perform the role of the Employee Relations Manager responsible for managing the full-cycle ER functions. Lead the investigative process for internal complaints of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other high-risk employment issues.Work closely with managers to develop investigation plans. Interview appropriate witness(es). Provide advice and counsel to Leaders and Employees on employee relations matters with recommendations to resolve issues.Partner with Legal when appropriate. Prepare performance documents.
Identify and analyze Employee Relations trends related to recurring issues and provide recommendations to the client group.
Build on existing metrics and expand reporting to provide data for decision-making and prevention.
Track effectiveness of solutions with ongoing follow up meeting with client.
Create continued education for managers/leaders.
Partner with Legal and any other functional teams to address compliance issues in the workplace (e.g. EEO, wage, and hour, etc.) and to determine action steps based on results.
Design and execute strategies to increase organization, team and individual performance to improve the business capabilities to deliver against it goals.
Drive employee engagement efforts through execution of employee survey, analysis of results, and development and execution of engagement strategy.
Provide thought partnership to leaders at all levels, anticipating the business cycles and serving as a consultant through periods of change management initiatives.
Provide expertise in the areas of leadership development, organization and cast effectiveness, and meeting design/facilitation with a bias toward building client capability within client system.
Provide strategic HR leadership and consultation focused on anticipating and assessing emerging business, organization or people trends and identifying and implementing the appropriate Human Resource / Diversity & Inclusion solutions.
Integrate inclusion and diversity into business and HR strategies, nurturing an environment that is open-minded and that embodies the Disney values.
Acts as project leader as appropriate on assigned initiatives.
Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, business or related field
Minimum 5 years Human Resources experience
Proven knowledge of HR practices, policies, and basic employment laws in order to ascertain the correct action and respond to issues as they arise
Strong verbal and written comunication skills
Excellent customer service skills
Strong time management
Strong organization skills
Ability to work independently with minimaml supervision
Ability to multi-task
Strong teamwork skills
Strong Problem-solving skills
Excellent attention to detail
Excellent follow-through skills
Displays good judgement
Ability to handle sensitive or confidential information
Analytical skills, strategic thinking, and consulting skills
Entrepreneurial, comfortable with ambiguity, and highly adaptable and flexible to diverse perspectives, styles, priorities, and projects
Experience handling investigation, managing highly confidential matters, employee counseling, and engagement of legal counsel and labor relations departments needs
Proven experience with desiging and supporting cultural change strategies
Proven experience designing diversity and inclusion strategies
Must be an authentic thought partner with confidence and courage to push boundaries in a changing environment
Proven experience working with senior executives in an "influence-without authority" role working as a trusted advisor
Proven experience in managing multiple projects with strong prioritization skills
Proven consulting and change management experience
Demonstrated strong integration and strategic planning skills
Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated strong facilitation and presentation skills
Demonstrated problem solving and decision-making skills
Demonstrated ability to influence and partner within a diverse organization to help drive business results
Proven ability to manage conflict and the courage to challenge organizational thinking
Must be able to develop and maintain strong relationships with HR team and all levels of employees and managers across the organization
Accreditation's in Human Resources Management
Accreditation's in Business Management
PHR, SPHR or equivalent
Leadership Coaching accreditation or certification
Job ID: 10035178
Location: Lake Buena Vista,Florida
Job Posting Company: Partners Federal Credit Union
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