Supply People Manager, Western Canada
About the Company
For more than 160 years, Labatt has created enduring bonds with consumers as they share memorable experiences while enjoying iconic brands like Alexander Keith’s, Labatt Blue, Budweiser and Stella Artois.
Labatt employees share the dream of becoming the best, most profitable beer company in a better world with their Anheuser-Busch InBev colleagues worldwide. From Newfoundland to British Columbia, Labatt’s 3,000 employees brew about 60 local and world-known beers. Anheuser-Busch InBev is the leading global brewer, managing a portfolio of more than 200 brands.
Labatt is one of Canada’s most recognized brands and most respected corporations. We take responsibility for improving the world where we do business, and together we find ways of putting social responsibility into action. We’re also committed to building a company for the long-term with a legacy to be proud of – for the people who work for us and with us; for future generations and the environment; and above all for our consumers
- Ensuring execution of Total Rewards for all employees (pay, bonus, benefits, pension, recognition) and maintaining people data base for client groups
- Working with the Supply & Logistics team to attract, develop and maintain strong internal entry-level talent pool of future manager candidates to include both the Brewery Trainee Program and Logistics Trainee Program.
- Managing relationship with external supplier of talent to ensure top quality junior candidates are recruited for Labatt.
- Advising council and/or directing local Supply leadership team on company policy and employment law
- Acting as business partner with client group on addressing employee needs and business needs in order to accomplish the business objectives
- Coordinating internal communications for all people-related activity
- Supporting the annual performance management process and conducting audits to ensure that development needs are identified and addressed
- Leading, delivering and monitoring performance management, target setting and cascading
- Leading, supporting and implementing local, national and global People Matter Projects or Company initiatives as required
- A University Degree in Industrial Relations, HR or related field. CHRP candidate preferred
- A minimum of
- 3-5 years HR experience, preferably in a manufacturing or production setting
- Experience in unionized environment
- Strong knowledge and experience with collective agreements, labor legislation and IR strategies
- Strong knowledge of employment law
- Excellent leadership and influencing skills
- Exceptional relationship building skills
- Excellent facilitation, presentation and communication skills
- Strong planning and organizational skills