Would you hire me in Houston?
Here is my part of my resume. I really need a job. I've tried temp agencies, craigslist, hotjobs, careerbuilder, dice, simplyhired.. did I mention Im registered with over 10 agencies and they cant place me. I don't know what the issue is. Any help is appreciated.
Last two jobs.
Human Resource Independent Consultancy November 2008 to Present
Processed bi-weekly payroll of 600+ employees, using Paychex and Kronos. Also familiar with ADP, ProBusiness, People soft and other payroll processing software. Reconciled, prepared and filed all Quarterly/Year-end reports to Federal & State of California per tax laws & requirements (i.e. DE6 & DE7, 940 & 941's, issuing W2's, Multi-Work site reports.) Designed and implemented employee incentive programs to increase productivity and customer satisfaction. Reduced union grievances by 40?hile maintaining streamlined, profitable department. Acted as liaison between union employees and management. Analyzed and resolved personnel grievances. Responsible for the continuing education, training, and certification of new and experienced employees. Administered compensation, benefits and performance management systems, and safety and recreation programs. Maintained records and compiled statistical reports concerning personnel-related data such as hires, transfers, performance appraisals, and absenteeism rates. Negotiated bargaining agreements and helped interpret labor contracts. Facilitated change in organization to help transition all levels.
Sutter Health – Disability Specialist and Leadership Team March 2008 to November 2008
Managed disability leaves for 300 plus employees, while decreasing the number of employees on leave by 15?ith nurse case management. Reconciled premium billing for MetLife, and accurately set up short term disability claims. Key contributor in creating long and short-term disability policies across eight hospitals, and negotiated terms with union representatives, and officials. Successfully stayed on top of my responsibilities while training five new hires on HRIS, and disability databases, and bringing them up to speed on the current FMLA, CFRA, WC and ADA, laws. Track employees return to work, request doctors certifications, and communicate with the doctors on unclear issues. Surpassed my supervisor’s expectations with my attention to detail, knowledge of the job, and my ability to take on more responsibilities while maintaining my normal case load.
Asked By: eb0nie - 2/18/2010