Human Resources Generalist

Southfield, MI - Corporate HQ

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Job Description



To administer the HR function and ensure adherence to applicable employment and labor laws.






  1. Recruiting, staffing, onboarding, drafting offer letters, and exit interviews for all new employees.
  2. Create and manage job descriptions.
  3. Use Visio to help managers maintain organizational charts.
  4. Track location's employee's vacation time and schedule.
  5. Performance management and employee improvement plans.
  6. Employment and compliance to regulatory concerns and reporting.
  7. Liason for all work and travel visas.
  8. Collect and analyze HR related data.
  9. Company policy notification and implementation.
  10. Employee relations.
  11. Internal communications and SharePoint administrator.
  12. Manage contact and distribution lists.
  13. Corporate employee programs and events, including philanthropic initiatives.
  14. Compensation, payroll, and benefits administration along with supporting at the plant level.
  15. Worker’s Compensation and employment verifications along with other support letters. 
  16. Benefits administrator and approve invoices to submit to accounting.

Skills & Requirements

  • Ability to deal with multiple levels of people effectively, in group and individual settings
  • Ability to effectively deal with vendors/suppliers/customers
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Basic math and business writing skills
  • Ability to learn new programs, activities and tasks
  • Good oral/written communications and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organizational, planning and documentation skills



  • Relating Bachelors degree or equivalent amount of experience, Business Administration or Human Resources preferred
  • General knowledge of compliance and law





  • Accountable
  • Analytical
  • Assertive
  • Dependable
  • Organized



  • Works under general supervision.  Employee acts independently to handle standard problems but usually reports such problems.  More unusual problems are referred to a supervisor/manager.
  • Major responsibilities typically require a modest amount of creativity and latitude.  Employee typically operates under general instructions with some established procedures and policies.
  • Errors, if they occur, take some effort to find
  • Errors can be fixed with much expense and a major effect on the organization