Georgina Snooks

Georgina A. SnooksObjective To pursue a position in Human Resources Management which will utilize my skills, experience and knowledge. Experience July 2014-Present Ingram Micro, Inc., Irvine, CA Human Resources Manager-Advanced Logistics Center, Eastvale, CA Multi-Unit Distribution Center Campus Manager, with oversight of 1.7 million square foot facilities. Responsibilities included:Management of HR department, including 2 HR GeneralistsProvide a full range of HR Representative Services including; employee relations, investigations, recruiting, performance management, and staffing initiatives, to include contingent work force needs.Provide guidance and support in administering human resources policies and procedures to ensure that employees receive fair and reasonable treatment, establishing a supportive work environment and avoiding potential legal liabilities.Identify staffing requirements based on organizational goals and objectives, coordinating with Temporary Agency contractors to ensure proper placement and on-boarding of contingent employees.Work on a variety of special projects and implementation of business unit and HR policies and programs, to include leadership advancement opportunities.Ensure that all employee changes (promotions, merit reviews, transfers, Leave of Absence and terminations) are accurate and processed in a timely manner by appropriate business unit staff.Keep HR Director and Executive Director of Operations fully informed of all issues of significance, taking prompt corrective action as appropriate.Responsible for communication, guidance and support with regard to implementing and maintaining company practices and procedures.Coordination with management on employee committee meetings and recognition programsCoordination of New Hire orientation for new employees, including management.Workman’s Compensation case managementPerform other duties and responsibilities as required or requested
January 2009-April 2014 Rite Aid Pharmacy, Harrisburg, PA Human Resources District Manager-Metro Los Angeles; Inland EmpireMulti-unit Human Resource Generalist-up to 93 stores Responsibilities included:Provide leadership and development for approximately 1500 employees, to include store and pharmacy management.Lead corporate initiatives focused on the Associate Experience to include annual Associate Satisfaction surveys.Lead process initiatives and ongoing focus on turnover solutions.Manage all relevant and defined associate issue processes, investigations and related matters.Timely follow up and resolution of associate hotline calls and emails.Interaction with Operations, Loss Prevention and Labor Relations departments.Monitor compliance within company, state and federal employment laws, to include EEOC, DLSE, DFEH and NLRB.Review of disciplinary process and all terminations.Assist in associate transitions for pour-over, acquisition and liquidation stores.Facilitate high potential and management development programs; facilitate management planning process.Coordination of overall district and regional training and development agendas, to include leadership development training and Harassment Prevention training.Workman’s Compensation case managementDirect interaction with Store Management teams, Store Associate and Pharmacy teams.  HRDM of the year award, 2012HR Breakthrough award, 2014February 2007-November 2008 Circuit City Stores, Inc., Richmond, VA District Manager-Human Resources- San Diego; Los Angeles CountyMulti-unit Human Resource Generalist – up to 26 storesTraining and Development of management staff throughout two districts of up to 26 retail locations in the Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange and San Diego Counties.Employee relations contact for approximately 1800 associates and 92 management associates to include District Management.Active recruitment and development of management traineesPayroll management and processing Harassment prevention training and Harassment/Hostile Environment investigationsLegal compliance and regulation to include EEOC and DLSE Charges and investigations.Provide guidance and recommendation based on company directives and operational procedures.  Administration of company programs to include seasonal staffing directives, involuntary and voluntary termination review and succession/workforce planning.September 1994-Feburary 2007 Target Corporation, Minneapolis, MNExecutive Team Leader-Human Resources/District HR Resources- Whittier, CAGeneral Human Resources focuses throughout a $55 mil. Store.Lead staffing process, proactive staffing plans in all work centers of store.Recruiting and outsourcing for hourly and executive management.Influencing of store leadership.Store scheduling to meet business needs.Support development of management staff, hourly management and interns; to include identification and support of future management talent within store.Assessment of direct reports.Legal compliance and regulation to include EEOC and DLSE Charges and investigations.Workman’s Compensation case management Other Responsibilities:District Resource:  Oversee 5 additional stores within district; contact person for direct partnership in Employee Relations cases, company policy, termination and training.Human Resources Trainer:  responsible for training and on-boarding of new HR partnersBusiness College Trainer:  In-class learning environment for new executive management.New Store Opening Resource: Contact for new store openings; planning and coordination of 5 job fairs to staff $30-$50 mil. stores.California State University-Los AngelesUniversity of California, Riverside ExtensionCertificate in Human Resources Management, 2015Bi-lingual in SpanishReferences upon request

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