Note that this position can be based in either Sonoma or Napa County.
The HR Manager provides consultative HR guidance and support; implements human resource policies, projects, programs, and initiatives to multiple business functions, locations and/or large client groups within the Sonoma County region. Supports organizational planning, development, coaching and change management. Partners with HR Centers of Excellence (COEs- Talent Acquisition, Benefits, Compensation, Employee Relations, People Operations, etc.) to provide employee services.
What You Will Do:
Drives alignment of people, HR processes and policies to support business OGSMs and initiatives and works closely with client group leadership with the support of the COEs to develop and implement HR solutions to ensure alignment to business strategy and successful business results.
Develops leadership capability and coaches employees, supervisors and leaders on how to manage employee issues. This includes coaching and development discussions, change management, career pathing, advising and the assimilation of talent.
Aligns talent strategies by identifying short- and long-term staffing needs.
Facilitates talent management and succession planning, including Star Modeling, strategic workforce planning and skills team oversight.
Works with the business to evaluate, review and recommend new approaches, policies and procedures to drive continuous improvement and best practice sharing.
Serves as the main facilitator during any meetings of their client group(s) leadership team.
Partners with the HR COEs in the application of existing human resources policies and objectives.
Participates in the Succession Planning processes; ensures integration into performance management and staffing decisions.
Supports Core Processes to include facilitating calibration sessions, working with the business to ensure performance ratings are calibrated, PIP attainment is properly documented, and any promotions or equities are planned and supported.
Coordinates with OD to assist in the completion of self-assessments; coaches managers on how to complete performance assessments.
Partners with Corporate Communications COE on communications/announcements regarding employee changes.
Works with the Compensation COE to ensure proper understanding and implementation of Gallo’s Compensation programs, including base pay and incentive programs.
Ensures adherence of affirmative action plans; supports corporate diversity initiatives.
What You Will Need:
Bachelor’s degree plus 5 years of human resources generalist experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility; OR High School Diploma or State-issued equivalency certificate, plus 9 years of human resource generalist experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
Bilingual speaking, reading, and writing proficiency in Spanish and English.
What Will Set You Apart:
Bachelor’s degree plus 7 years of human resources generalist experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
Gallo does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position now or in the future.