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Human Resources Business Partner

Planet Fitness - Taymax Group

Human Resources Business Partner

Sacramento, CA
Full Time
  • Responsibilities

    The role of the Human Resources Business Partner, US (HRBP) must parallel the needs of our growing, changing organization. As a member of the Global Operations Team, the HRBP, US will partner with leaders on a variety of HR initiatives in the areas of operational effectiveness, learning, performance management, compensation, Team Member relations and recruiting. This role will partner with the Canadian Field and Operations Teams including Member Experience, Facilities, IT, Club Process, Club Projects, Communications and Strategy.

    Essential Functions & Responsibilities

    Act as a consultant to influence the business, deliver constructive advice, diagnose and resolve problems and positively influence change.

    Stay accountable for determining, implementing and reinforcing Human Resources and Team Member-related policies and procedures.

    Drive opportunities to support the communication of company initiatives.

    Partner with Field Leadership to determine needs for Team Members, ensuring alignment with corporate direction, strategic initiatives and Human Resources best practices. (e.g., talent recruitment, development and training; Team Member engagement; succession planning; performance management; legal/regulatory compliance; compensation, safety and benefit policies and practices)

    Lead and support the development of a performance-oriented culture through strategic goals and initiatives.

    Lead, develop, and support the development and execution of succession plans and conduct talent reviews to assist with implementation of succession plans.

    Possess a thorough understanding of all training and development programs in an effort to lead and support business units.

    Provide performance management guidance on all appropriate matters

    Lead strategic talent and organizational development initiatives that address the evolving needs of the business, and programs designed to drive positive change (e.g., reporting structure, succession planning, compensation competitiveness, etc.).

    Proactively seek knowledge of both industry and functional specialty. Researching best practices, legal developments, emerging trends, technological advancements and benchmark comparisons in order to create HR practices that are best in class.

    Subject matter expert and resource for the business unit leaders.

    Drives Team Members engagement through recognition and reward programs, communications, meetings and focus groups.

    Provide strategic, hands-on expertise on HR policy and practices.

    Consults legal counsel to ensure that policies comply with federal and state law.

    Other duties as assigned based on the business needs.

    Skills & Qualifications

    Proven knowledge of all core HR processes including performance management, leadership development, talent management, compensation, succession planning, training and organizational development.

    Experience supporting a multi-unit retail business to provide strategic guidance and practices to drive retention and engagement of Field talent.

    Prior experience promoting an atmosphere which inspires Team Members to excel and develop.

    Smart, creative, compelling, driven. Creates a sense of urgency and is energized by speed.

    Proven experience working well with others to maintain and build cross-functional (internal and external) relationships.

    Strong written and oral communication skills. Prior experience clearly expressing complex ideas, strong presentation skills, and ability to create compelling job descriptions.

    Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university.

    Five to seven years of Human Resources experience, preferably in a state with complex employment laws.

    Experience working with a remote workforce.

    This position will be required to travel, as needed, to existing and new clubs to assist with HR needs.

    Physical Demands

    This position is required to talk in person or on the phone. Ability to continuously stand or walk, bend, squat and occasionally lift up to 50 pounds. This job is subject to a variety of physical conditions when in the club environment.

    This job also operates in a professional office environment and uses standard office equipment, such as computers, phones, copiers, filing cabinets, fax machines.