B. F. Saul Company Hospitality Group

  • Human Resources Manager

    The Hay-Adams
    Job Function
    Human Resources
    Full Time
    Daytime/Office Hours
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The Human Resource Manager is responsible to ensure that sound and consistent practices are applied for all employees through compliance with all company human resource policies, and state, local and Federal legislation.  This position requires active leadership in all interactions with employees, guests and the community.  Focus on the company’s Mission Statement is of paramount importance.


    Essential Duties & Responsibilities 

    1. Provide for impartial treatment to all employees through proper practices and employment policies throughout the hotel.  Ensure that all policies are applied fairly and consistently to all employees.
    2. Ensure compliance to all government regulations Federal and state - unemployment, FMLA, ADA, Insurance, EEO-1 Report, OSHA log, and mandated posters.
    3. Maintains a professional and ethical image for all staff members within the organization.
    4. Ensure recruitment of the most qualified applicants through proper administration of the employment function.  This includes knowledge of pre-employment laws such as EEO/AAP/ADA/Immigration and appropriate handling of all stages of the interview and on-boarding of new staff.
    5. Ensure maintenance of applicant application files and applicant flow log.  Prepare employee personnel files and maintain accurate, up-to-date information on existing employees.
    6. Protect the "owners" from any employee litigation.  With appropriate guidance investigate and respond appropriately to all discrimination complaints.
    7. Provide training, advice and guidance to management staff on employee relations issues. Provide the tools to ensure employee satisfaction and growth through training. 
    8. Develop, oversea and direct events to improve employee morale.
    9. Oversee appraisal process for improving morale and productivity. Improve employee communications and performance by proper use of formal counseling and progressive disciplinary procedures.
    10. Approve and review all terminations, conduct exit interviews and arbitrate complaints.
    11. Direct and administer the grievance procedures of union contracts and act as liaison with union representatives.
    12. Understand the wage and benefit programs and manage these programs to attract and retain qualified personnel.  Manage benefits administration and communication of health benefits.
    13. Appropriately manage/monitor employee injuries and Worker’s compensation. 
    14. Liaison between all departments, the General Manager and Corporate Human Resources.
    15. Provide direct assistance to employees and guests when appropriate.
    16. Assist in ensuring that the Hotel’s Green Team remains invigorated and the mission is upheld, communicated and enforced throughout the organization as a member of the Team


    To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty to a satisfactory standard. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


    Education:  Bachelor degree preferred or, a combination of two-year college coursework and two years of experience in human resources field


    License/Certification:  Certification through Educational Institute or through SHRM preferred


    Experience:  Minimum of 2-3 years of progressive Human Resources experience and track record of success in hotel, private business, or government; Union experience a plus


    Basic Expectations:  Attention to detail; Mature, professional interaction with employees, guests and business contacts; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to prioritize work; Ability to keep confidences and keep work confidential; Ability to handle multiple tasks at the same time


    Supervisory Responsibilities:  Oversees the HR Assistant


    Language Skills:  Bi-lingual fluency a plus


    Mathematical Skills:  Must have basic mathematical skills such as the ability to add/subtract and multiply


    Reasoning Ability:  Must have the ability to understand complex concepts.  Excellent oral/written communication skills.  Ability to handle employee and management requests in a calm and professional manner.


    Physical Ability:  Ability to sit and use a computer for long periods of time.  Able to lift 10-20 lbs.


    EEO AA M/F/Vet/Disabled


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