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Employee Relations Management

Location:
Roseburg, Oregon, United States
Posted:
August 30, 2017

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Katrena Garoutte, SHRM-CP

CELL (541) ***-**** • E-MAIL ac129h@r.postjobfree.com

QUALIFICATIONS Experienced manager with expertise in HR and project management

Staff recruitment, retention, training and development experience

Employee relations, investigations and unemployment law

Contract negotiation and compliance

Event planning, coordination and management

EDUCATION Associate of Arts in Business & Communications

Umpqua Community College, Graduated 2009

Bachelor in Business Management & Marketing

Eastern Oregon University, Graduated 2011

Masters in Business Management

Northwest Christian University, Graduated 2013

SHRM-CP – Certificate 2017

AFFILIATIONS Ford Family Foundation; Oregon Employee Counselor, Vice President of Area III; Society of Human Resources Management Chapter of Douglas County; Oregon Parks Association; Toastmasters International; American Hotel & Lodging Certified Hospitality Supervisor

EXPERIENCE HR Director, Umpqua Community Health Center, 2015- Present

Manage and direct operations of the Human Resources department.

Manage credentialing for medical staff and oversee provider enrollment.

Oversee and manage OSHA and workforce Health and Safety Team.

Employee relations responsibility for a diverse workforce of about 150 employees.

Develop, administer, analyze employee satisfaction surveys and implement changes.

Evaluate department workload and suggest to hire or eliminate positions.

Prepare and conduct unemployment insurance claims and hearings.

Lead in the setting and achieving of strategic and organizational goals.

Plan and execute employee and moral building activities.

Conduct all employee investigations (misconduct, hostile work environments, sexual harassment, theft) and make suggestions on improving the situation.

Deploy corrective action and implement performance improvement plans based on company policies and procedures outlined by the employee handbook and federal employment laws.

HR Manager, Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians, 10/2014- 12/2015

Employee relations for a workforce of approximately 200 employees.

Evaluate department workload and suggest to hire or eliminate positions.

Prepare and conduct unemployment insurance claims and hearings.

Lead in the setting and achieving of strategic and organizational goals.

Plan and execute employee moral building activities.

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Conduct all employee investigations (misconduct, hostile work environments, sexual harassment, theft) and make suggestions on improving the situation.

Deploy corrective action and implement performance improvement plans based on company policies and procedures outlined by the employee handbook and by the federal employment laws.

Create and review employee evaluation process and train management on how to write and deliver an effective evaluation.

Develop and maintain department policies and procedures while looking for efficient ways on improving quantity and quality of work.

Counsel employees, managers and supervisors on rules and regulations governed by the Tribal Board, Federal Law and Gaming Commission.

Prepare annual budget based on past fiscal year tracking.

Work with the Health & Wellness clinic to educate employees on health issues monthly.

Create and distribute monthly newsletters on various topics including health & wellness, stress management and other vital information for employees.

HR Generalist/Employee Relations Specialist, Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians, UIDC Division, 06/2012-10/2014

Employee relations for a diverse workforce of approximately 1100 employees.

Develop, administer, and analyze employee satisfaction.

Evaluate department workload and suggest to hire or eliminate positions based on department needs.

Prepare and conduct unemployment insurance claims and hearings.

Leadership in the setting and achieving of strategic and organizational goals.

Plan and execute employee and moral building activities.

Conduct all employee investigations (misconduct, hostile work environments, sexual harassment, theft) and make suggestions on improving the situation.

Deploy corrective action and implement performance improvement plans based on company policies and procedures outlined by the employee handbook and by the federal employment laws.

Create and review employee evaluation process and train management on how to write and deliver an effective evaluation.

Develop and maintain department policies and procedures while looking for efficient ways on improving quantity and quality of work.

Counsel employees, managers and supervisors in the rules and regulations governed by the Tribal Board and Gaming Commission.

Prepare annual budget based on past fiscal year tracking.

Work with the Health & Wellness clinic to educate employees on health issues monthly.

Create and distribute monthly newsletters on various topics including health & wellness, stress management and other vital information for employees to know.

Plan, administer and execute all employee activities such as employee appreciation days, picnic, holiday parties, end of year bonuses.



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