HR Business Partner | Precisely | Remote (US)

HR Business Partner | Precisely | Remote (US)

Remote US
Application ends: July 25, 2024
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Job Description

Precisely is the leader in data integrity. We empower businesses to make more confident decisions based on trusted data through a unique combination of software, data enrichment products and strategic services. What does this mean to you? For starters, it means joining a company focused on delivering outstanding innovation and support that helps customers increase revenue, lower costs and reduce risk. In fact, Precisely powers better decisions for more than 12,000 global organizations, including 99 of the Fortune 100. Precisely’s 2500 employees are unified by four company core values that are central to who we are and how we operate: Openness, Determination, Individuality, and Collaboration. We are committed to career development for our employees and offer opportunities for growth, learning and building community. With a “work from anywhere” culture, we celebrate diversity in a distributed environment with a presence in 30 countries as well as 20 offices in over 5 continents. Learn more about why it’s an exciting time to join Precisely!

Intro And Job Overview

Provide HR support to all Precisely employees in US, Canada, and Brazil (currently, approximately 1200 employees in these locations) within assigned business functions, and assist with employment issues in wider region as well as broader global HR initiatives. Business fluency in English is essential (written/spoken). We are seeking candidates located in the Eastern Time Zone.

Responsibilities And Duties

  • Provide HR advice and consultation, administer tools and HRIS systems, and support managers and employees on all HR policies and procedures (including but not limited to on-boarding, termination, performance management, discipline, etc.)
  • Ensure employee inquiries and employment-related issues are handled in a timely and effective manner, according to process and legal requirements, with professionalism, fairness, and confidentiality
  • Assess employee development needs, make recommendations, and implement appropriate solutions; support deployment of appropriate training and development initiatives, including coaching and programs (in partnership with HR leadership and L&D team)
  • Promote and drive employee engagement (team action plans and follow-up)
  • Provide local support and oversight of corporate HR initiatives
  • Onboarding – provide support and advice to managers, act as the point of contact for newcomers, organize induction follow-up sessions
  • Manage and implement ad hoc HR projects and programs to support overall business objectives. Assist on occasion with global HR issues that arise in other locations or countries

Requirements And Qualifications

  • Relevant education (typically through a university degree with emphasis in Human Resources) and 5 – 8 years of progressive experience as an HR generalist or equivalent; professional certifications a plus
  • Experience working for a technology (ideally software) company supporting R&D and Product teams
  • Practical generalist knowledge of all functional disciplines of Human Resources Management (Employee Relations, Performance Management, Talent Development, Total Rewards, Talent Acquisition)
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of applicable HR compliance and employment regulations in the US (additional experience with teams in Canada and/or Brazil is a plus), and expertise in resolving conflict
  • Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality in handling sensitive materials and information
  • Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to, an environment of respect, collaboration and teamwork
  • Proficiency in building working relationships and establishing rapport with employees and the wider Precisely team
  • Highly organized and able to manage to deadlines with minimal oversight in a fast-paced, dynamic, high-energy environment
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; business fluency in written and spoken English is required
  • Ability to use Excel and other HR systems and tools proficiently, to enable business decisions backed by data
  • Experience with, and understanding of, US immigration laws and processes
  • M&A integration experience, particularly in private equity companies, a plus

It is a requirement for all roles at Precisely to adhere to applicable data privacy and security laws, rules, regulations, and company policies. For more information about Precisely’s privacy practices, please see our Privacy Notice: https://www.precisely.com/legal/privacy-notice.

Location: United States (Remote)