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Reporting to the Vice-President of Human Resources, this position promotes the growth and development of First Nations employment by managing and overseeing the provision of a broad range of effective HR services that support positive employee relations and workforce planning strategies.
Responsibilities include: managing the Employee Relations function for casinos in their region, including conducting investigations, assisting managers in facilitating the correction action process, mediations and conflict resolution, attendance management, workplace accommodations, and appeal process. Workforce planning, including overseeing recruitment process, recruitment and staffing for supervisor and manager-level competitions, forecasting staffing needs, succession planning, turnover and lost time reports. Development of annual and quarterly training plans. Providing indirect management and oversight to casino Human Resource Officers, working in conjunction with the Administration Managers. Managing the implementation and oversight of HR policy, procedures, plans and initiatives. Training and coaching managers and HR staff on HR policies and procedures. Managing employee engagement, ensuring effective linkages between other areas of HR and casino management and is a collaborative partner. Developing and fostering effective working relationships with key stakeholders ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction. Participating in other projects and activities as required, in support of SIGA’s Human Resources Strategies.
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About Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
SIGA will deliver sustainable net income and employment opportunities to support First Nations development in Saskatchewan.
SIGA will strengthen the lives of First Nations people through employment, economic growth, positive community relations and achieving financial self-reliance. This will be done through the operation of distinctive First Nations gaming destination resorts that reflect the traditional aspects of our First Nations culture and hospitality.