The People and Benefits Partner will be responsible for overseeing the daily administration of the company benefits program. This position will work closely and communicate with employees and vendors and ensure accuracy and confidentiality of employee benefits & data, including service from third party vendors.
Oversee and administer leave requests and accommodations, particularly those arising under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), state and local leave laws and short-term or long-term disability plans. Help make program enhancements. Work closely with leadership in driving employee engagement, training, oversight of the PEO workforce, and supporting People Leaders.
RESPONSIBILITIES (Specific areas of responsibility include but are not limited to):
Responsible for entering people transactions in the HCM Workday system. Maintain system documentation and ensure the integrity of data. Ensure data integrity and serve as the primary contact for identifying and resolving pay issues with the payroll team. Assist with report writing. Create and update job aides for HCM transactions in Workday.
Consult with and advise employees on their eligibility and utilization of benefit programs. Ensure enrolling and/or separating employees from PGA benefit plans is working as designed through Workday. Process all benefits reporting, auditing, billing and allocations. Administer the open enrollment process. Create and update job aides for benefit transactions. Enroll COBRA participants in benefit programs.
Notify employees of their eligibility to participate in the Savings and Pension Plus Plans. Ensure all account requests, including loan documentation signed by Plan Administrator, are forwarded to appropriate individuals for processing.
Partner with Leader to lead communication and education of all benefits and wellness programs. Complete benefits surveys and review information obtained from the results.
Recommend enhancements to practices and plan revisions and new plans which are consistent with up and coming benefit trends.
Responsible for administration of PEO HRIS, onboarding and timekeeping system ensuring employee information is updated. Set up locations and onboarding as needed. Notify PEO employees when they become eligible for benefit programs. Work with the Championship department on resolving any discrepancies.
Partner with employees and leaders to communicate various Human Resources policies, procedures, laws, and standards.
Administer workers’ compensation and leave of absence requests, approvals, and rejections and ensure compliance with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and other leave programs. Explain applicable disability and leave procedures and generate related correspondence; update and maintain reports to track leaves and HRIS records, as appropriate.
Administer workers' compensation insurance program; report notice of injuries to the carrier, maintain all employee accident reports, review all compensation awards, and dispute improper awards as necessary to protect the company. Work with management on coordinating light-duty assignments.
Consult leaders on the appropriate resolution of general employee policy and procedural concerns. Ensure company actions limit any potential liability. Notify management of potential employee relation concerns.
Assist in the administration of the performance review program to ensure effectiveness, compliance, and equity within the organization. Monitors the progress of evaluations and reports any discrepancies or concerns to management.
Prepare job descriptions in a standardized format for the on-site Championship PEO team and ensure compliance with ADA standards. Maintain PEO job description files so they remain organized and current at all times.
Assist in identifying, designing, implementing, and evaluating Employee Engagement programs to meet business needs and improve team performance.
Support the coordination of learning and development classes and related employee training records, i.e., Workday Learning, Precipio, and LinkedIn Learning. Assist in developing training programs pertaining to employment and labor law compliance.
Prepare documentation for audits and report filings as requested.
Assist the Engagement Coordinator in the coordination of employee activities and serve as backup while out of the office.
Help ensure the organization's values-based culture thrives by keeping People Leadership aware of the pulse of the workforce; recognizing and discussing any cultural concerns.
Embody the organization's shared values and help ensure the organization's values-based culture thrives by proactively identifying and addressing any shared values challenges and opportunities you are experiencing.
Assist with the development of the annual budget for the department as it relates to Human Capital Management systems.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or related field.
Three years’ of experience in human resources, with an emphasis in benefits, HRIS, employment law and/or leave administration.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Must have knowledge of Human Resources concepts, practices, and principles. Knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), FLSA, Title VII, FMLA, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Knowledge and experience in Human Capital Management systems, including report writing. Knowledge of employee benefits administration. Knowledge of employment laws, including the ability to interpret the law and apply it to company situations as they arise. Ability to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information with the highest level of integrity. Proven proficiency in the use of Google Workspace, Workday, and timekeeping software.
This position is not eligible for immigration sponsorship.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
PGA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, veteran status, gender identity or expression, marital or familial status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, to ensure full equality of opportunity in all operations and activities of the organization, every staff member employed by the PGA shall be selected under fair employment procedures that provide equal employment opportunities to all people. DFWP.
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