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Human Resources Manager

Overview Buisness Holdings LLC

Locke, New York 13092
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Company Overview

Overview Business Holdings, LLC, along with its subsidiary companies, is a leading dairy production business with locations in New York and Colorado.

The initial dairy business started in 1975 and has grown and evolved to now include multiple dairy production sites as well as a trucking company and an investment in a foreign coffee farm. The domestic business employs approximately 250 full-time employees.

This position is based in Locke, New York, located in the beautiful Finger Lakes region. Occasional travel is required to the other company locations.

This opportunity offers an excellent compensation and benefits package as a contributing member of the leadership team of an established agri-business. Please indicate salary history and requirements with the submission of your resume.

Overview Business Holdings, LLC and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers, respecting and valuing diversity.

Basic Purpose


Responsible for the overall administration of the Human Resources function for all entities, including policy development and implementation, employment process, compensation, benefits administration, employee relations, training, and safety. Ensure compliance with company policies and procedures, and applicable federal, state, and local regulations.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities


  1. Develop and align Human Resources initiatives to the business objectives and strategy. Implement approved initiatives.

  2. Develop, recommend, and implement Human Resources policies and procedures, including an up-to-date Employee Handbook.

  3. Manage and execute all phases of the recruiting process. Search recruiting sources, maintaining positive relationships with online job boards, schools, placement firms, government programs and agencies; write and place advertisements; work with managers to screen and interview candidates; conduct reference checks; extend job offers.

  4. Develop and coordinate an effective onboarding process, and conduct new-hire orientation in conjunction with managers. Conduct exit interviews and prepare appropriate documentation upon employee terminations. Represent the company at unemployment hearings.

  5. Administer the compensation program. Prepare and revise job descriptions; conduct annual wage and salary surveys; recommend pay adjustments and implement approved pay changes.

  6. Monitor and update the performance evaluation program. Ensure timely completion of evaluations and goal setting, and provide guidance to managers in performance management.

  7. Oversee benefits administration, including the annual open enrollment process, employee communications, claims resolution, change reporting, invoice approval, wellness programs, and the evaluation of policies for cost-effectiveness across all entities.

  8. Develop and administer a comprehensive safety and health program to ensure employee well-being and compliance with government regulations. Provide for first aid and work with managers to investigate and prevent workplace accidents and injuries, and exposure to potential health hazards. Maintain OSHA 300 injury log and other applicable safety records for government compliance. Manage the workers’ compensation program.

  9. Work with managers to ensure timely and consistent corrective action and documentation on employee disciplinary issues.

  10. Provide guidance to managers to assist them with employee issues, and coaching regarding human resources practices and legal compliance.

  11. Promote positive and effective employee relations and respond to employee inquiries and concerns regarding company policies and procedures. Coordinate the investigation of employee relations issues and complaints.

  12. Partner with management to create an environment that engages employees and respects diversity. Plan and execute employee training and retention programs, such as social events, longevity awards, safety training, skills development, and cross-training opportunities.

  13. Establish and maintain department and employee records and files. Develop, maintain, and analyze a variety of day-to-day and ad-hoc reports, including staffing levels, organizational charts, employee directory, turnover, absenteeism, EEO, compensation, benefit costs, LOA’s, etc.

  14. Maintain current knowledge of existing and proposed government regulations affecting human resources management. Identify trends that could impact company objectives and/or operational resources. Ensure compliance to current laws, and advise management and employees accordingly.




  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management plus 5 years human resources experience or equivalent. Experience in agri-business preferred.

  • Expertise in all facets of Human Resources.

  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills.

  • Consultative skills to work effectively at all levels of the organization. Ability to build consensus and work as an effective team member.

  • Sound judgment and strong critical evaluation and problem solving skills.

  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and ethics.

  • Strong working knowledge of federal, state, and local labor laws.

  • Strong skills in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

  • SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP certification preferred.

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.


Work Environment and Physical Demands


  • Office environment with exposure to milk production facilities.

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, controls, or computer keyboard; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; talk or hear. The employee must occasionally lift or move office products and supplies, up to 20 pounds.

  • Travel is primary local during the business day. Some overnight travel may be required.


Americans with Disabilities Act Specifications

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 essential functions.



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