The career stream within Mainroad Group Human Resources department provides leadership, planning, organization, coordination, and control to develop a sustainable, high performing workforce. This department is responsible for the implementation of comprehensive HR strategies and best practices to ensure our employees are able to access the necessary tools and resources in order for them to be performing well at all times.
Below is the employee structure within our Human Resources team.
The VP, Human Resources is responsible for the development and implementation of an integrated and comprehensive Human Resources strategy for Mainroad Group employees.
This position is also responsible for developing and overseeing implementation of strategies, policies, practices, training, technology and tools to achieve corporate objectives.
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy of the Mainroad Group. Managing the recruitment and selection process. Bridging management and employee relations by addressing demands, grievances, or other issues in unionized environments.
The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for various day to day HR activities and projects that deals with compensation, labour relations, recruitment, and employee development.
The Human Resources Coordinator/Assistant provides full-cycle recruitment services for Mainroad’s operating businesses (ie. hiring requests, posting/advertising job openings, resume screening, interviewing, reference/background checks, and job offer presentations). Assists Human Resources Manager in facilitating training, personnel issues, Company policies, hiring and internal communications along with the related communication and documentation of the same.
The Benefits Administrator is responsible for Mainroad Group’s company benefit plans and the administration of union contract provisions. In addition, this position provides advice and guidance to employees on a wide range of benefit issues or refers to the carrier. The Benefits Administrator assists the Vice President of Human Resources in facilitating training, disability claims management, personnel issues, company policies, hiring and internal communications along with any related supporting communication and documentation.
The Corporate Training Manager is responsible for developing and implementing training programs and documentations aligned with the overall business strategy. Assess training needs to apply and monitor training programs. Works closely with various departments to ensure training needs are being met and are effectively carried out.