Human Resources Manager

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Oneupweb is a Leading digital marketing agency based in the Midwest but with global experience and vision.

We look forward to seeing how your progressive, detail-oriented, and stellar human resources experience would be a good fit within our team for long-term growth with us.

Our team tends to be an eclectic mix of introverts and extroverts with a social conscience, so we strive to seek fellow high-caliber individuals whenever the opportunity arises.

Responsibilities include:

  • Complete processing of new hires
  • Administer employee pto tracking from eligibility through bwkly payroll processing
  • Develop and oversee employee career growth and training overall
  • Develop metrics for and oversee employee accountability within company strategic goals
  • Oversee all Federal & State compliances including but not limited to HIPAA
  • Oversee all Benefits administration
  • Very detail oriented for accuracy with worker’s compensation audits, etc
  • Maintain employee records within compliance requirements
  • Rockstar in recruiting with high bar in maintaining highly qualified staff
  • Adept at conflict resolution

Requirements:

  • High level of discretion and integrity
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Ability to maintain high level of confidentiality
  • At least five years of related experience (HR certifications a plus: CPLP, PHR, SPHR, etc)
  • Creative POV for strategic goals is a plus

This position offers a competitive salary and benefits along with an amazing opportunity for those who have a passion for our industry. We offer a rewarding and casual, yet professional, work environment in The Village at Grand Traverse Commons – Traverse City, Michigan. If interested, please submit your resumé and cover letter to jobs@oneupweb.com and visit our website at www.oneupweb.com to learn more about our business and culture.

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