Partner with the Sr. Manager, HR and the managing director of Porsche Centre North Toronto (PCNT) to maximize client delivery in the areas of Employee Relations, Recruitment, Policy & Procedures, Employee Engagement, Health and Safety and Training & Development. You will execute activities aligned with the business while ensuring strategies, plans and initiatives are delivered in compliance with governing regulations, internal policies, directives and best practices. This position is assigned to specific corporate department client groups as a lead resource to managers and employees in support and implementation of HR-related initiatives.
Provide coaching, advice, service and support to department leaders to enable talent and business strategies to support a culture of inclusion, empowerment and leadership effectiveness.
Act as point of contact for employees and management within client group on all applicable HR-related issues.
Work with Sr. Manager, Human Resources in planning organizational change within client group to include the preparing and updating of organizational policies/initiatives, headcount plans and job description profiles.
Administer and interpret Human Resources policies & procedures, legal compliance and ensures clear communication and equitable application of policies.
Responsible for the proper usage of, awareness of, and compliance with Information Technology security policies for Porsche Centre North Toronto
Partner with hiring managers to lead and facilitate end-to-end recruitment solutions to meet Organizational, Divisional and Departmental priorities.
Develop and implement effective and innovative approaches to recruitment strategies and talent sourcing.
Conduct employee onboarding, directive training and orientation.
Facilitate employee offboarding and conduct exit interviews
Other duties as assigned.
Employment Relations Management
Working in partnership with Dealership Managers, manage the broad spectrum of Employee Relations issues, including Performance Management, Discipline,
Coaching and Counseling in a hands-on, professional manner.
Ensure consistency of implementation of performance management processes across the Group
Monitor disciplinary and grievance issues in conjunction with the line manager to ensure fairness and consistency in all decision making.
Proactively interpret existing and up-coming Employment Legislation in order to apply this to the PCNT HR Policies and Procedures, and the Employee Handbook on an on-going basis.
Provide guidance, advice and support to Business Managers on all aspects of the application and best practice of PCNT HR Policy and Procedures
Be our culture champion and build an environment that encourages high performance and retention of talent
Drive employee engagement through clear and effective communication of company values, mission, vision and expectations
Provide guidance and participate with social committee on internal events
Ensure required policies and processes are in place
Ensure the Annual Employee Engagement survey is undertaken, results are distributed and action plans put in place
Consistently check the employee satisfaction index and deal with issues identified as necessary
Health and Safety
Partner with JHSC to be champions of workplace Health & Safety
Participate in JHSC monthly inspection, meetings, workplace investigations, ensure compliance for all legislative requirements
Ensure all employees receive H&S training and keep advised on any new legislated requirements
Investigate, document, and manage WSIB matters
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or equivalent experience
Professional in Human Resources (CHRP) certification preferred
Experience (Job and Industry)
5 years of practical HR experience in a “generalist” capacity is required
Exposure to applicable provincial and federal employment law is required
Certified JHSC member preferred
2+ years experience in training & development/compensation/recruiting capacity is preferred
Automotive background strongly preferred
General working knowledge of employee development programs is preferred
Excellent communication and presentation skills – ability to liaise with all levels of the business
Up to date on current trends and best practices in human resources including changes in legislation and employment practices through professional development and networking events preferred
Strong team leader with an ability to instill trust and collaboration with colleagues, leadership, and employees preferred
Energy, drive, focus, intellect and vision.
Self-motivated with a result driven approach
A team player mindset but remain competitive with peers
A level of personal mobility to meet career ambitions
Strong desire to represent the HR function as highly professional and 'best in class’s
A clear written communicator with the ability to draft compelling business cases and reports
High levels of self-discipline and organizational ability; with a focus on delivering promises
Willingness to challenge and to suggest alternative ways of doing things, and with a Continuous Improvement mindset and the ability to influence, negotiate and mediate effectively
Ability to serve effectively as both an employee advocate and as a credible resource and coach to managerial staff
Strong attention to detail, confidentiality, and professionalism
Proficiency with MS Office
Ability to build trust within client groups and maintain confidentiality with sensitive data
Comfortable with change management and a fast-paced environment
Ability to communicate effectively both in writing and verbally (especially for presentations)
Self-directed, requiring limited direct supervision
Demonstrated ability to handle competing priorities
Ability to build relationships at all levels of the organization and to effectively influence without authority
Strong analytical, attention to detail and organization skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
The above list of Core Accountabilities and Responsibilities is not exhaustive. The job holder is expected to carry out other duties as reasonably assigned from time to time, in line with their ability. The Company reserves the right to vary the role content, within reason, with consultation and agreement, in accordance with business requirements.
Porsche Centre North Toronto is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontario’s with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you require an accommodation, please advise us in advance of attending the interview.
Porsche is an equal opportunity employer, and we take pride in our diversity. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at Porsche will be based on merit, qualifications and abilities. Porsche does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, status as a parent, national origin, age, disability, family medical history, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, familial status, registered domestic partner status, family and medical leave status, military status, criminal conviction history, or any other characteristic protected by federal, provincial or local law.