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Human Resources Clerk

Position Summary
The HR Clerk is responsible for processing day to day HR tasks. Supports HR Team with miscellaneous functions and provides HR services to employees. This position is the first point of contact for employee issues within the assigned functional areas. The functional responsibilities include - but are not limited to - payroll, time/attendance, file management and various clerical duties as assigned
Position Functions
Initial point of contact between employees and Human Resources
Administration and tracking of employee attendance point system
Coordination and maintenance of HR and government regulated programs, including but not limited to, federal/state labor postings, DOL 7 day permit, employment verifications, wage and hour law compliance and check requests
Serve as the Recruiter
Enter required data into Workday (HRIS) system
Support the HR Rep. / HR Generalist and HRBP with various HR assignments
Clerical duties: maintain department filing system, log HR requests, create and translate memos and postings, sort and distribute mail and faxes, maintain HR expense budget and order office supplies
Create employee badges
Facilitate New Hire Orientation
Support special projects as needed
Maintain HR communication boards
Perform other duties as assigned
Position Skills & Qualifications Desired
Computer literate (MS Office: Excel, Word and Power Point)
Strong interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written)
Bilingual
Position Experience Qualifications
Previous experience processing payroll
Experience working in a manufacturing environment
Workday experience
Experience within a Human Resources environment a plus
Minimum of one year clerical experience
Position Education & Training Preferred
High School diploma


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