Corporate HR Business Partner
Company: Finish Line
Posted on: May 10, 2022
The Corporate HR Business Partner (Talent Partner) is
responsible for effectively driving the execution of JD Finish
Line's talent strategy as the HR Business Partner providing
coaching services to assigned business groups on performance
management, employee relations, succession planning, org design,
compensation, and individual and team development. This individual
will effectively exhibit JD Finish Line's core values of Customer,
People, Winning, Community, and Financial Responsibility in
everything they do by performing the following key duties:
Partners with assigned business groups by assisting with
development plans, performance improvement plans, and succession
planning for current employees.
Provides feedback and perspective on organizational training and
development opportunities based on organizational needs and
partners with the Learning & Development team to deliver
Serves as talent liaison and partners with assigned business groups
to provide guidance on effectively developing, driving and
executing talent programs and processes.
Provides coaching and consultation with high potential leaders,
focused on effective development planning and cross-functional team
Holds ownership of all employee relations matters for assigned
business units, including decision making on disciplinary action
matters, including terminations.
Investigates and resolves employee relations issues, which include
analyzing evidence, applying relevant laws, policies, and
precedents in order to reach conclusions; prepares written case
summaries of all employee relations matters.
Provides proactive guidance and direction to business partners on
org design, org change proposals, job descriptions, and
compensation related matters, including the annual merit
Plays a critical ownership role in the execution of the annual
performance management review process (talent maps and check-ins),
including consultative Talent Touch Base meetings with business
leaders focused on enhancing talent to drive the business
Assists with change management as departments undergo operational
Assists employees of the organization in career-pathing initiatives
by identifying individual's strengths and opportunities, and
recommends training or development opportunities to assist
employees in meeting career objectives.
In partnership with the Talent Acquisition team drives the ongoing
strategic initiative of hiring from within, including development
of programs raising awareness of career pathing opportunities and
proactively identifying potential internal, diverse candidates
through succession planning.
In partnership with the Talent Acquisition team, ensures all new
hires, both internal and external, have a desirable, flawless
onboarding experience ensuring they are set up for success in their
new roles, including delivery of new employee orientations.
Conducts exit interviews of voluntary terminations; analyzes trends
and recommends solutions; responsible for a positive off-boarding
experience for all employees, regardless of reason for exit.
Communicates company information, policy updates, etc. on a regular
basis to the business.
Upholds HR regulations and helps to proactively keep the company in
compliance with all state and federal laws.
In partnership with the Talent Acquisition team, assists with new
Measures effectiveness of talent strategies and programs through
dashboard reporting and analysis.
Partners with Talent Acquisition on assessing talent for assigned
In partnership with the Manager, Communications & Employee
Engagement, plays a key role in driving programmatic initiatives
and projects around diversity and inclusion and employee
Assists the HR Operations team in raising awareness of benefits and
wellness initiatives and acts as first point of contact to answer
general HR inquiries for assigned business units.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Required Education and/or Experience
Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university,
preferably in Human Resources, Business Management, Communications,
IO Psychology, or other business related function and 2 - 4 years
of experience in employee relations, organizational development or
other relevant human resources function; or equivalent combination
of education and experience. Internal experience with JD Finish
Line strongly preferred.
Required Computer and/or Technical Skills
Should have intermediate knowledge and abilities with Microsoft
Word, Excel and Powerpoint or Google Suite, as well as the ability
to navigate HRCM systems.
The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
Use hands to finger, handle and feel
Reach with hands and arms
Talk and/or hear
Walk or move from one location to another
Periodically may need to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, or
Lift and/or move up to 10 pounds occasionally.
Punctuality and regular attendance consistent with the company's
policies are required for the position.
Average work week is 40-50 hours, which can vary depending on
Travel may be required (no more than 5-10%)
The company reserves the right to modify this job description with
or without notice. Employees may be asked to perform additional
duties outside of normal job scope on a temporary basis per the
company policy. This role will pay approximately $60,000 - $80,000
with a 10% bonus target annually but may vary based on experience
level. This role will be eligible for medical, dental, vision,
401k, sick leave, parental leave, and company paid time off
Keywords: Finish Line, Boulder , Corporate HR Business Partner, Human Resources , Boulder, Colorado
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