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Assistant to Management:
Provides administrative support to the CFO and CEO, including drafting and managing correspondence and communications, compiling various reports, maintenance of records and other documentations, project management and coordinating special events.
Identifies and recommends improvements for administrative procedures and/or makes evaluative judgments in implementing changes as appropriate to administrative procedures
Assesses the employment needs of the company and tries to meet them. Achieves staffing goals by studying the company's plans and goals and meeting with managers to determine their needs. Examines job descriptions and qualifications to determine applicant requirements and uses a variety of methods, such as media, Internet job sites and employment agencies to locate qualified candidates. Interviews applicants, verifies references and compares the job criteria to the applicant's qualifications. If necessary, arranges for managers to interview the applicant as well. If applicable, manages new worker relocation by negotiating with movers and arranging temporary lodging.
Once an employee is hired, processes the new hire paperwork and fulfills legal requirements. This includes performing new hire reporting with the respective state agency by the required time frame. New hire reporting allows the state child-support enforcement agency to issue child-support withholding orders more effectively. Ensures that the new hire fills out mandatory forms, such as federal and state tax forms. She also processes employee termination, such as performing exit interviews and advising terminated employees of their right to continuing group health-care and unemployment benefits.
Interprets labor laws and administers them accordingly. This includes keeping up with federal and state minimum wage, overtime, child-labor and record-keeping laws. Administers employment contracts relating to wages and salaries and management and union practices. Labor laws are vast and complex; Have a keen understanding of all the labor requirement to ensure compliance. Such laws includes exempt and nonexempt classification, tipped employees, special minimum wage for young workers, breaks and rest periods, and final paychecks.
Payroll and Benefits
Communicate the respective paperwork to payroll company to ensure proper payment. Also, administers workers- compensation insurance and state disability insurance, which the state may required to obtain. Sets up benefit days, such as vacation, sick or personal days, or group health insurance and retirement plans and communicates about them to employees.
Maintain clear company policies and enforce them. This including but not limited to policies relate to a code of conduct such as acceptable and unprofessional behavior, time-card submission and paychecks, benefits, safety inspection, workers' compensation, employee dispute resolution and reasons for termination.