Leading Recruiting Activities HR supervisors coordinate all stages of the hiring process, including posting job openings, reviewing and screening applications, conducting interviews, and on boarding new employees.
HR supervisors also oversee background checks and drug screens while ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local employment laws.
Manage Employee Relations HR supervisors address employee conflicts and complete investigations as required. They work with management to administer employee discipline or corrective action when needed.
They also assess employee engagement and retention, and actively work to identify, analyze, and improve any problematic areas.
Plan and Hold Training Events HR supervisors design and implement training and development programs for hourly and salaried employees.
This includes using their extensive knowledge of policies like the Family and Medical Leave Act, workers’ comp, short-term disability, and long-
term disability to teach employees about their workers’ rights.
Manage Payroll HR supervisors ensure that employees have a systematic method for reporting work hours. They make certain that payroll taxes are paid in a timely fashion and manage miscellaneous payroll deductions like 401(k) contributions and insurance copays.
Prepare for Audits HR supervisors help other management team members prepare for audits. Human resources confirm that I-
9’s and other required documents are completed and properly filed, among other tasks.
Strong analytical and planning skills;
Good communication and presentation skills;
Excellent problem-solving skills;
Must be knowledgable in all facets of Human Resources field.
Must have 3-5 years extensice experience.