HR Manager

Kidron, OH
02-12-2021
Corporate Headquarters Kidron
Depends on Experience 
Full Time

Human Resources Manager

 

About us:  In business since 1955, Lehman’s has been voted the best place to visit in Amish Country. 

Our customers come from all over to experience a simpler life.  Whether in our store or through our website at www.lehmans.com, our people help them find the products they need to live the life they want.  Whether it’s in Kidron or on the other side of the world, we strive to provide great service with a team that cares for and values each other.    

 

About the position:  The Human Resources Manager provides critical support during some of the happiest and more challenging times in people’s lives.  They do this by finding great new team members, placing them in positions where they can be successful and getting them the training they need to grow and excel.  He/she also continually looks for ways to improve through regular interaction with all levels of the organization, analysis of feedback, and staying current on practices and techniques that will help their teammates achieve high levels of performance and satisfaction.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Drive the hiring process by placing ads reviewing job applications, performing telephone interviews, pre-employment testing, and scheduling interviews. 
  • Set new team members up for success by scheduling onboarding time in appropriate departments, coordinating / performing training related to company practices and job duties, and checking in with them to ensure orientation is progressing successfully.
  • Provide team member relations support by being available for questions and concerns, advocating for team members when needed, helping them understand the “why” behind company practices and guidelines, and counseling/advising managers.
  • Ensure performance reviews, wage reviews, and other HR related activities are being completed in a timely fashion for all impacted team members.  Assist managers as needed with content or needed training.
  • Provide support for coaching and disciplinary meetings.  Conduct exit interviews and notify all impacted departments and team members.
  • Analyze exit interview and turnover data and identify potential areas for improvement.
  • Create, administer, and lead internal training programs.
  • Stay up-to-date on HR related legal issues and reduce risks by driving regulatory compliance.
  • Recommend new approaches, policies, and procedures to create continual improvement in Human Resources and the company as a whole.
  • Update, analyze, and pull data from the HRIS. (KRONOS)
  • Complete payroll functions and ensure accuracy of hours and pay.
  • Deliver communication of team member related information in multiple formats.  Compose emails, create posters, write and edit monthly newsletters, etc.
  • Assist with community relations by coordinating donations and interacting with community/charity leaders as needed.

Essential Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or other related fields preferred plus 5 years of relevant work experience.  Certification as a (SHRM-SCP, SHRM-CP, SPHR, or PHR) is a plus.
  • Verbal and written communication skills to create newsletters, presentations, flyers, charts, etc. and the ability to present them as needed.
  • Comfort in delivering challenging messages and positive reinforcement throughout the company.
  • Computer proficiency, especially with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, HR Information Systems, etc.

At Lehmans, we serve others as we would want to be served.  You can expect a great working atmosphere, benefits that include medical, dental, vision, 401K, and a great discount at our store, and a team that wants to see you succeed.  If you would like to join a company that works each day to go beyond our customers’ expectations, please apply for this great opportunity.