Employee Relations Consultant in Charlotte, NC at DISYS

Date Posted: 8/10/2018

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Job Description

Employee Relations Consultant
Ideal candidate will possess 3+ year's experience in an Employee Relations and investigating and resolving workplace complaints and working with employee's and management to resolve issues.


The Employee Relations Consultant's primary role is to work with employees, business leaders, Human Resources colleagues, and legal counsel to investigate and bring resolution to employee relations issues such as FMLA, Title VII, Harassment etc., in a manner consistent with the organizations policies, procedures, and state and federal law.


Responsibilities


  • Conduct internal employee investigations to identify appropriate outcomes and document findings

  • Apply understanding of corporate policies, employment law and other regulations when providing guidance

  • Serve as a consultant to leaders and employees for resolution of employee relations issues consistent with policies, procedures, and state and federal laws

  • Escalate HR issues as needed that meet predefined criteria and using judgment to assess risk and sensitivity level

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or Business Administration

  • PHR or SPHR certification strongly preferred

  • 3+ years' work in Employee Relations, with a strong emphasis on conducting employment investigations.

  • Prior experience investigating and documenting Title VII, FMLA, & Harassment cases to include the principles, practices and procedures of Human Resources Management

  • Proven knowledge in employment laws and policies

  • Demonstrated ability to exercise judgment and discretion in handling confidential information and situations

Digital Intelligence Systems, LLC. is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. We do not discriminate against any employee or applicant because they inquired about, discussed, or disclosed compensation. Email recruitinghelp @ disys.com to contact us if you are an individual with a disability and require accommodation in the application process.