Marsh & McLennan HR Coordinator in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited, to the following:
Support the HR team throughout the employee life cycle:
New hire onboarding Job status changes, organizational changes, leaves of absence Separation; Responsible for the new hire onboarding process including provide a welcoming experience for all new colleagues, first day scheduling and onboarding, and accurately process all relevant new hire paperwork; Serve as the primary facilitator of the policies and procedures portion of New Hire Orientation and serve as a backup for the other portions of HR orientation; Administration of the employee change process for updates to the HRIS/Payroll system (i.e. – new hires, job changes, promotions, leave of absence, terminations, etc.); Responsible for creating colleague status change letters as directed by the Recruiting or HR Generalist teams; Provide communications of employee changes to the Finance and HR teams for updates to the timekeeping, performance management, and other internal applications; Responsible for the colleague separation off boarding HR processes including drafting termination communications and resolving any colleague inquires; Serve as the primary contact for any colleague leaves of absence and coordination of the leave of absence processes; Administration of the service anniversary award program; Maintain the HR Q&A email mailbox to ensure timely responses to colleague inquiries; Respond to HR inquiries from colleagues and managers while demonstrating a high level of urgency and follow through from employees and managers on a variety of HR matters including policy and procedures, compensation, employee benefits and other related HR issues; Assists with the creating of HR reports from the HRIS and performance management systems; Assists with drafting HR communications for company-wide announcements on the company intranet site or email communications; Serve as the backup Halogen Performance Management administrator; Maintain HR filing system to ensure compliance with laws, regulations, and internal audit requirements; Support the talent acquisition, learning & development, and generalist teams within the HR organization as needed; Perform other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Communications or related field or equivalent work experience is required PHR or SHRM-CP certification preferred but not required Minimum of one (1) to three (3) years of Human Resources experience Combination of a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources and HR Internship experience will be considered Demonstrated experience in a customer or client services environment Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Superior communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills Must be a self-starter, highly-motivated, and resourceful Must have a high attention to detail and be self-motivated to deliver high quality work Strong organizational and follow-up skills Ability to use sound judgment and discretion when exposed to sensitive and confidential information Must thrive in a fast-paced work environment Adaptable to changing work assignments and work well under pressure Must be able to coordinate multiple priorities at the same time to meet deadlines Proven ability to take initiative and achieve goals with minimal direct supervision Strong analytical and problem solving skills Strong verbal/written communication skills and presentation skills Ability to interact comfortably and develop a rapport with employees and candidates at all levels QualificationsCommunication & Influence (Proficient)EnglishProfessional in Human Resources (PHR) - Human Resouce Certification InstituteBachelor of Science - Human Resources Management R_023273-en