Windsor, ON

Job Type

Full Time Direct hire

About the Role

Our automotive client is in search of Human Resource Generalist to join their team. The successful candidate will focus on employee relations, performance management, employee engagement and assisting in the execution of the key HR strategies within the facility.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Develop, update and provide recommendations for policies and procedures

  • Advise employee and management personnel on the interpretation of personnel policies, programs and procedures

  • Ensures  that programs are carried out in accordance with company policies and procedures.

  • Analyze and provide advice to employees, supervisors, and managers on methods and approaches to resolve employee relation issues (i.e. employee complaints, harassment allegations, etc.)

  • Recommend, develop and maintain an accurate human resources information system including employee personnel files and relevant electronic data files

  • Oversee effective claims management including investigation of incidents, completion of required forms. This would include internal investigation reports, including incident / accidents / near misses, in addition to completing proper investigations and reports to support WSIB, and leaves.

  • Coach managers and supervisors in managing employee performance; provide support in guiding team through appropriate documentation of events, how to counsel employees and deliver corrective actions effectively.

  • Conduct recruitment and selection effort for all internal and external available positions

  • Support all aspects of Health and Safety, working in conjunction with the Health and Safety Coordinator.

  • Conduct exit interviews, analyze data, and make recommendations to HR Manager for corrective action and continuous improvement

  • Contribute as project leader or team member on various department and business  initiatives

  • Maintain all HR plant related forms and documents to IATF/QS14001 standards

  • Develop and implement continuous improvements to human resources systems, policies and procedures

  • Contribute to efforts in maintaining a union free workplace by participating in team member committee meetings as necessary

  • All other duties as assigned by the Human Resources Manager, Operations/General Manager, HR Lead or the VP of HR

  • Provide guidance and support to junior members of the department including administrative support roles and students.


  • Completed post-secondary College or University level education or equivalent

  • At least 5 years progressive experience in Human Resources (or related), with a focus on positive employee relations, including experience non-union settings

  • Must possess or working towards the completion of a recognized Professional Human Resources Designation (e.g. C.H.R.P., P.H.R., S.P.H.R., G.P.H.R.) with equivalent relevant work experience

  • Familiarity with and ability to interpret and apply Employment and Health & Safety legislation. In Canada, this includes: Workplace Safety and Insurance Board Act (formally Workers Compensation Act) , Employment Standards Act,  Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations, Bill C45 Due Diligence, WHMIS Regulations, Pay Equity Act, Ontario Human Rights Code and any other related legislation.

  • Experience in developing high-quality internal communications, including presentations, training, booklets, program branding, etc

  • Excellent communication and influencing skills

  • Strong initiative with a proven track record of implementing process improvements, leadership and stakeholder management skills, and conflict resolution skills

  • Knowledgeable of HR industry best practices specifically related to recruitment and onboarding

  • Demonstrates a high level of integrity, trust and composure and is seen as approachable by all levels of the organization