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									                                  Employee Relations Manager
The Employee Relations Manager possesses a thorough knowledge of Federal regulations regarding
Wage/Hour and employment laws. The person in this position provides consultation to leaders with legal
counsel regarding legal and disciplinary issues, grievances, and unemployment claims. The incumbent
plans, organizes, and directs positive, constructive employee relations policies, and unemployment claims.
The Human Relations Manager assists with training and development. The person in this position works
under general supervision, is responsible for various shifts, may be subject to over 40 hours per week
and/or callback as required, and may also be required to remain on campus immediately before, during, and
after severe weather and/or disasters.

- Provides counsel to managers with interpretation of personnel policies and mediates with employee,
identifying legal issues for consult or referral to legal counsel.
- Participates in programs of employee relation to prevent and mediate employee disputes and grievances;
assuring consistency and fairness.
- Supports leadership development, supervisory training, employee education and team building, including
teaching and co-training.
- Acts as consultant to hospital departments in the development of in-services and orientation training
programs, and conducts in-services as requested.
- Conducts new employee orientation on personnel policies, benefits, and philosophy/missions/values of
- Adjusts personal schedule to meet departmental needs, and assists co-workers as needed.
- Counsels employees and supervisors regarding employee relations matters.
- Provides education and advice to managers on proper documentation and legal requirements for discipline
and termination procedures, including constructive assistance to employee (and suggesting EAP).
- Reviews documentation of all employees with disciplinary actions or recommended for
probations/discharge to ascertain that appropriate constructive actions, rather than punitive, were taken
- Develops and recommends policies for the mediation and documentation of grievances, discipline and
terminations problems.
- Represents the organization at external hearings with governmental agencies regarding disciplinary
hearing (such as Human Relations Commission and UAC).
- Performs other duties as assigned to support the duties and responsibilities of the job and operational
needs of the department and organization.
- Demonstrates the knowledge and ability to perform the tasks listed on the competencies list as prescribed
by the department.
- Adheres to the behaviors of Baptist Health Care’s Standards of Performance and Code of Conduct as
presented during employee orientation, in the department and throughout the organization.

Bachelors degree in Business, Human Resources or related field. 5+ years of experience in Employee
Relations required and a good understanding of employment and labor laws.

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