Boson Whaler - Human Resource Business Partner ( HRBP)
Edgewater, FL, USA
Boating/ Marine Industry
It is our people behind life’s passions who will make the big difference. If you are interested in becoming part of a company that delivers market leading products, driving your own career and working with brands committed to active lifestyles, then you’ve found your fit.
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The Human Resources Business Partner is responsible for cultivating partnerships with business leaders that help Brunswick Corporation continually enhance our ability to achieve results through people.
This role will promote corporate values in a designated business unit through human resources management - including talent management, organizational effectiveness, employee relations, workforce planning, conflict management, and employee engagement.
The successful candidate will actively seek information to understand customers’ circumstances, problems, expectations, and needs, and assimilate this information to apply novel ways to deal with work problems and opportunities. Assimilate information and apply novel ways to deal with work problems and opportunities
Success in this role with require a flexible skill set, including the ability to think strategically, execute tactically, and collaborate across many teams, levels, and situations.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES
Provide day-to-day human resources support to employees with the underlying objective to strengthen employee relations and engagement to enhance a positive work environment.
Build and cultivate consultative relationships with respective business leaders by meeting regularly and providing insight and guidance on maximizing team performance.
Manage and resolve all mid-level to complex employee relations issues within client groups.
Counsel employees and managers on job related issues, including providing assistance to managers on performance improvement plans and disciplinary actions.
Conduct investigations and make recommendations based on findings by providing problem resolution through policies and procedures interpretation
Partner with the Talent Acquisition team to assist in recruitment and selection processes as necessary and execute sourcing strategies, local career events, and local marketing campaigns.
Facilitate new hire on-boarding to ensure quick and effective assimilations to the company.
Plan, organize, and lead human resource activities, including employee engagement events and community involvement events.
Consult and advise on cyclical human resource processes such as succession planning, talent reviews, performance reviews and the annual merit planning cycle.
Proactively identify opportunities and assess improvements to the employee experience and partner with management to develop and implement innovative and lasting solutions
Utilize HRIS information and other business information to develop and provide reports; perform in-depth analysis for various HR and business unit programs and results.
Ability to effectively use HR technologies that boost HR productivity, automate manual HR processes, and provide business insights through data analytics.
Meet with employees, supervisors, and business leaders to address concerns, and mediate differences between employees and managers.
Collect and compile HR metrics and data from a variety of sources including the human resource information system (HRIS) and payroll outputs, management and employee surveys, exit interviews, employment records, government labor statistics, competitors’ practices, and other sources.
Partner with HR Shared Services and HR COEs on implementation of HR initiatives/services
Lead talent processes including Talent Calibrations, Skill Gap Analyses, Succession Planning, and Development Planning
Collaborate with internal client group to enhance organizational capability by delivering focused and targeted L&D initiatives.
Solutions-focused problem solver that is comfortable working in an environment which demands strong deliverables along with the ability to identify problems and drive appropriate solutions
Ability to understand business goals and recommend new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in business objectives
Ability to be comfortable to multi-task in a fast-paced environment and not be afraid to "roll up your sleeves.”
Demonstrated knowledge of multiple human resource functions including coaching and development, talent management, implementing, and improving HR processes, organizational learning & development.
Proactively and professionally share thoughts and facts (verbal and written); offer and receive constructive feedback; listen to understand
Ability to develop and deliver multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences.
Exert influence and build confidence in and commitment to an idea, plan, or activity; breakdown barriers, establish shared goals
It all began in 1845. John Brunswick had come to America from Switzerland’s Rhine Valley. A carriage-maker by trade, he opened a shop on September 15, 1845, in Cincinnati, where he was introduced to billiards. A master woodworker, Brunswick began to make his own tables, forming a Company that is now approaching 200 years in business.
Since that time, Brunswick has become an established American institution. Agile and resilient, Brunswick has seen the American Civil War, two world wars, dozens of U.S. Presidents and the booms and busts of the American economy.
Brunswick, the world’s leader in recreational boats, marine engines and marine parts and accessories, is one of the longest continually publicly-traded companies on the New York Stock Exchange.
We invite you to learn more about this uniquely American success story and its rich history.