HR Management

Managing day-to-day HR processes

  • Producing, writing or amending:
    • Expense policies
    • HR policies
    • Company Handbook
    • Offer letters
    • Contracts
    • Relocation packages
    • Commissions packages
    • Training procedures
  • Counseling employees, especially employees relocating from Israel, regarding plans and benefits in the US
  • Providing HR intelligence, such as compensation studies
  • Establishing job analysis, performance evaluation and all employee metrics
  • Providing employees with all the HR advice and support expected from an internal HR executive: on-boarding, training and coaching
  • Managing all correspondence with payroll company/ PEO regarding attendance, payroll entries, and other administrative tasks
  • Addressing all personnel issues with compassion, care, discretion and efficiency
  • Keeping HR records for recruiting, performance, and ongoing alerts
  • Ensuring regulatory compliance(especially in NY and CA)
  • Serve as I9 verification officers for Homeland Security (can only be done by a US citizen)
  • Managing Visa processes, if any, with a reputable law firm
  • Handling separation processes from notice to severance payment, including proper documentation and correspondence with the employee and the payroll company/PEO


Managing the Hiring Process (if available, depending on the scope of work)

  • Helping define and refine relevant openings
  • Posting all openings on relevant boards and groups
  • Working with external agencies
  • Screening existing and new applications
  • Performing 1st phone and in-person interview
  • Coordinating interviews with the other team members
  • Tracking and managing candidates and applicants, providing the Company‚Äôs management with reporting and updates
  • Writing legal and compliant offer letters, including detailed compensation plans and commission schedule; managing the acceptance process
  • On-boarding of new employees, including initial training