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The Employee Relations Partner is responsible for providing expert level consultation, guidance and support for all functions of the Employee Relations Department. These functions include management training, consultation and guidance; employee complaint review and investigations; review of issues escalated through the appeal process; assistance with legal responses; oversight of reduction in force processes; and maintenance of Employee Relations documentation and records as required. This position is also responsible for promoting good communication and positive relationships with employees to promote a safe, comfortable and highly successful work environment.


  • Provides consultation and guidance to management on employment-related matters.

  • Assist to create and present on-going management training.

  • Analyzes and investigates a broad range of employee relations issues and allegations including policy violation, inappropriate behavior, misconduct, discrimination, complaints, job related claims, performance, conflict resolution, mediation, hostile work environment, and harassment.

  • Approves involuntary separations to include assisting management personnel to appropriately separate employees from the company.

  • Utilizes a database system on a daily basis to track, report, and preserve actions, communications and documentation regarding all matters.

  • Analyzes and reviews escalated employee relations matters to ensure proper resolution.

  • Assists with legal responses to federal, state or local agencies, to include gathering and organizing information; interviewing involved parties; and creating written responses for submission within strict deadlines.

  • Coordinates all aspects of reduction in force processes including education and guidance with management personnel; analysis of the requested action; and completion of required processes associated with reductions in force.

  • Monitors the enforcement of policies to ensure legal compliance and equitable treatment for employees. Gathers, assembles, preserves and reports facts, statements or other evidence for use in legal matters.

  • Provides service excellence by responding to email and voice mail in a timely, courteous and effective manner.

  • Maintains current and relevant knowledge in a variety of concepts, practices, procedures as well as legal updates associated with Human Resources and Employee Relations.

  • Participates as a company representative in legal actions, including depositions and unemployment hearings, as necessary.

  • Assists in maintenance of Employee Relations information as required.

Responsibilities With Regard to Workers’ Compensation Claims: You are responsible for reporting any employment related injury you incur to your direct supervisor as soon as possible following an incident resulting in an injury. Note: This job description does not imply that the above functions are the only tasks that may be performed. Associates will be expected, if possible, to follow any other job-related instructions and perform any other job-related tasks as directed by management.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

Education: H. S. graduate or equivalent is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field is preferred.

Experience: A minimum of 3 years experience in Human Resources with focus on employee relations is required.

Physical Demands: Frequent sitting, typing and use of the telephone are required.

Specific Skills:

  • Up-to-date knowledge of federal, state and local employment laws, statutes and best practices as they relate to employee relations.

  • Able to prioritize, organize and document all activities.

  • Proficient skills with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point. L

  • Lawson experience including report creation is preferred, but not required.

Specialized Knowledge, License, etc.: PHR or SPHR certification is preferred. If no certification exists at time of hire, it must be obtained within first year of employment.

Supervisory Responsibility: None

Working Conditions: Corporate office environment is primary work location. Up to 10% travel may be required from time-to-time.

Language Skills: English is the primary language skill; however, additional language skills may be required based on business necessity.

CROSSMARK is committed to providing accessible employment practices and welcomes applications from people with disabilities. If you require accommodation for a disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please let us know.

Req ID 2018-114946

Primary Work Location : Location US-TX-Plano

Category Human Resources/Recruiting