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HR Generalist

HR Generalist




  • Managing and executing various vital HR related functions and operations
  • Owning critical HR projects/initiatives
  • Manage the company’s Performance management procedures in collaboration with managers by:
  • Coaching managers on conducting performance reviews
  • Ensuring managers are following through with conducting and recording performance reviews
  • Following up with managers throughout the year on performance management and when needed improvement plans and disciplinary meetings ensuring  appropriate legal and company documentation
  • Collaborating with managers on completing year-end reviews
  • Manage onboarding processes by:
  • Setting up new hire profiles in ADP
  • Conducting and tracking anti-harassment trainings
  • Managing benefits eligibility
  • Manage employee insurance coverages by:
  • Documenting, reporting, and filing FMLA, Disability, Paid Family Leave, Workers’ Comp, and unemployment claims
  • Support healthy employee relations by:
  • Advising/supporting employees improving professional and collegial relationships
  • Remediating employee conflicts as needed
  • Training and engaging managers
  • Support Payroll and Talent Acquisition as needed


As Needed:

  • Own and execute various critical HR projects/ initiatives, such as:
  • Establish project tracking and management in ADP for, performance management, and others
  • Develop and execute manager trainings for influencing and empowering managers to take greater accountability in relevant hiring processes and developing and managing healthy employee relationships
  • Develop reporting to ensure Adorama is AAP compliant; once per year
  • Manage EEO-1 and EEO-2 data reports and pay data for workforce; once per year
  • Administrative HR work as needed




  • 3-5 years of HR operations and leadership
  • Experience creating and implementing policies and procedures, including training and development programs that are compliant with all state and federal requirements
  • Acute attention to detail and accuracy, high level of confidentiality
  • Ability to multitask, meet deadlines and adapt to a fluid, fast-paced, high-growth environment
  • Ability to work independently while communicating effectively to leadership on-site and remotely
  • Experience with HRIS systems, Learning Management Systems, Microsoft office suite, payroll and timekeeping systems
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus

We at ADORAMA believe in respecting & encouraging diversity and as such we gladly abide by all EEOC regulations. We will never turn down a qualified employee based on race, religion, gender, sexual-identification, disability, or any other protected class. All jobs are and will continue being awarded based on merit.

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