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Larkin Contractors

Entry Level HR Specialist



Job Description
Essential Duties & Responsibilities Partners with the Executive Team to communicate HR standards, procedures and government regulations. Supports the hiring process by placing employment ads, reviewing resumes, screening applicants, scheduling interviews, checking references, coordinating applicant testing, completing new hire paperwork and New Employee Orientation (NEO) Maintains weekly reporting structure to track overall hiring process, applicant status and temporary staffing needs. Supports the employee termination process including preparing COBRA paperwork, canceling insurance coverage, exit interviews etc. Maintains employee personnel, medical and training files. Benefit administration (conducting monthly benefit orientation meetings, processing health insurance enrollments/changes monthly, acting as employee liaison to trouble-shoot issues, etc.) Ensure employee attendance, performance, conduct, disciplinary and grievance issues are managed effectively Handle all FMLA/OFLA requests and assist in the management and resolution of Workers Compensation claims. Coordinate several yearly events for the 2nd half of the year. Required Experience Knowledge of principles and practices of personnel administration, effective verbal and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, polished public-speaking skills, proficient keyboarding skills, intermediate level of experience with MS Office. Related degree/training/certification/experience 1-5 years of Human Resources experience.








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