The Human Resources Generalist for the Dallas Regional Chamber enhances the organization’s human resources by recruiting, training, and assessing and improving employee relations and human resource-related policies, programs, and practices. Supervise front desk and provide office management oversight.
Duties & Responsibilities
Maintains the work structure by updating job requirements and descriptions for all positions in an accurate and timely manner
Reviews and improves the recruiting and interviewing program, (i) provides advice regarding candidate selection, and (ii) conducts and analyzes both entrance and exit interviews
Reviews and improves comprehensive on-boarding and off-boarding processes
Provides advice and assists with the maintenance of the organization’s processes to establish and measure performance goals
Monitors employee performance through review and improvement of the quarterly and year end appraisal process and partners with management to address performance issues proactively
Actively involved in (i) investigating and resolving employee grievances and (ii) providing advice regarding employee coaching, discipline, and counseling
Maintains employee files in an efficient and effective manner in compliance with federal and state requirements
Provides advice and works with consulting or legal team to update the employee handbook and related policies annually
Provides advice regarding employee benefits and related plans and programs
Promotes the culture of the organization and establishes programs to support and further employee engagement
Researches compensation, benefits and general human resources trends, and makes recommendations to management based on findings
Handles all unemployment and worker’s compensation claims
Oversees DRC University by planning and organizing learning opportunities and speakers
Supervises one-two administrative personnel and oversee physical office issues
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field with three to five years of pertinent experience; HR professional certification credential preferred
The physical requirements and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Moderate noise level
Moderate stress level
Regular and predictable attendance
Occasional standing and lifting of at least 5 pounds
Long periods of sitting
Occasional travel within the DFW Metroplex
About Dallas Regional Chamber
The Dallas Regional Chamber works and thrives at the center of the Dallas business universe, connecting companies and people to opportunities for growth and success. As one of the fastest growing markets in the nation, the Dallas Region has become a world-class destination for Fortune 1000 companies, innovative startups, and talented people seeking a dynamic business climate and a high quality of life.
Our employees are key to all we do and embody the spirit of the community we serve. Through our work in business development, education, talent attraction, and public policy, the Dallas Regional Chamber has played a leadership role in this region’s success. We’re propelled by a shared commitment to building a better tomorrow and making a difference in the lives of the nearly 8 million people who call the Dallas Region home.