Human Resources and Recruiting Typical Responsibilities
Research and Job Posting: Research colleges and universities as prospective client recruiting targets , develop job description and post jobs to target sources and track responses.
Candidate Search: Source prospective candidates via LinkedIn based on client criteria, review resumes and make recommendations.
Candidate Communication: Communicate with applicants as client representative during the screening and interview process including scheduling phone screen, creation and delivery of interview schedule and hosting on interview day.
Reference and Background Checks: Complete reference check calls, document feedback in client recruiting system. Manage background check process for new hires.
Recruiting Data and Document Management: Update and track candidate data in screening and hiring process, upload necessary documents into client recruiting system, generate compliance reports and prep for audits as needed.
New Hire Orientation: Create new hire packets, assist HR staff in weekly delivery of orientation, perform host duties and interact with new employees including senior management.
Payroll: Put deductions for Flexible Spending Accounts in client system and distribute funds to employee accounts; enter new hire information, garnishments and direct deposit information into client system.
Open Enrollment: Support client benefit enrollment process and audit including employee communications about benefits. Perform compliance checks during open enrollment to ensure data accuracy and employee coverage. Plan and administer Benefits Fair held at various office locations coordinating multiple healthcare vendors.
Attend employee meetings and translate new hire and benefits information from English to Spanish for employees.
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