💰 DOE 🗓️ Full-time 🏷️ Administrative 📛 No license required
About our company
NOBO is a vertically integrated cannabis company dedicated to bringing to market the highest quality cannabis product available. We oversee every step of growing and processing to ensure we create the industry's best products. NOBO is helping to create new jobs in the cities where we operate. These jobs represent an opportunity to expand your skills in an expanding industry. All NOBO initiatives are supported by sustainable efforts to promote a positive environmental impact. NOBO encourages employee growth and advancement by hiring individuals from within the community and training them to succeed.
NOBO, Michigan is looking for a Human Resource Generalist to join our team in our Benton Harbor office. The Human Resource Generalist is responsible for various functions of the Human Resource department, including talent, compensation, benefits, leave, reporting, and administration of company policies.
The ideal person for this position has proven expertise in Human Resources. This includes benefits administration, talent acquisition, compensation, reporting, benefits, and training. To be a competent HR Generalist, you should be patient and compassionate, have excellent listening skills, and be able to multitask effectively.
Recruitment – Recruit, interview, and facilitate the hiring of qualified job applicants for all open positions. Work closely with hiring managers to understand the needs of their department and any required job openings. Create new-hire onboarding programs and deliver compelling new-hire orientations.
Education and training – Ensure mandatory training and continuing education is complete and documented, including safety training, code of conduct and handbook training, anti-harassment training and certifications required. Maintain knowledge of trends, best practices, changes to regulations, new technology breakthroughs in HR, talent, and employment law.
Benefits – Assist employees with benefit programs and all leave requests. Work closely with the Human Resource team on the annual Open Enrollment period. Comply with all federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations.
Employee relations – Manage all details and coordination of disciplinary discussions, terminations, and investigations. Guide the leadership team on sensitive or complex matters and elevate to the appropriate staff when investigations are required. Ensure professionalism and confidentiality in all aspects of the role.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a related field preferred
A minimum of three years of experience in Human Resources
Strong ability to multitask and remain calm in emergencies
Superb conflict resolution skills
Ability to display integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality at all times
Strong knowledge of laws and regulations
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software