I. Summary (Scope of the Job)
This role supports the administration and implementation of Greif’s North America compensation programs, policies and procedures. Ensures compensation is competitively positioned in the market, internally equitable and aligns with Greif’s Total Rewards Philosophy. Responsible for conducting audits and reporting to ensure compliance with government minimum wage and FLSA requirements. Works with human resources partners to perform compensation analyses and other compensation related activities to help attract, retain and motivate colleagues. Participates and may also lead essential projects for North America operations. Position is full-time and located in Delaware, OH.
II. Major Responsibilities
1. Assists in the administration and implementation of North America compensation programs, policies and procedures.
2. Conducts job analysis and benchmarking to ensure market competitiveness and internal equity.
3. Partners with HR Managers to complete job evaluations ensuring roles are assigned to the appropriate band, global grade and job profile.
4. Supports Total Rewards in the participation of compensation surveys for North America
5. Analyzes production wage rates for similar roles in comparable industries or geographic areas and recommends changes as appropriate to establish and maintain competitive positioning in the market.
6. Supports the annual compensation review process for North America.
7. Provides support and review of plan documentation and communication relating to local and sales incentive plans for North America.
8. Participates and may also lead essential compensation related projects for North America operations.
9. Maintains knowledge of and analyzes government wage and hour regulations, including by not limited to minimum hourly wages and FLSA requirements.
10. Maintains market matches in MarketPay system for North America roles and conducts adhoc reporting and analysis as needed.
11. Works closely with HRIS group to ensure accurate compensation data and compensation program setup and perform ongoing audits of data.
12. Maintain polices related to North America compensation compliance.
13. Maintain relationship with vendor and distribution of labor law posters to all U.S. and Canada locations.
14. Perform other duties as assigned.
III. Background Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Finance, Business Administration or related discipline.
CCP designation is preferred.
Minimum two years of relevant experience in the compensation field or related area.
Knowledge and Skills:
Knowledge of compensation administration, including minimum wage and FLSA regulations. Experience using MarketPay preferred. Demonstrated skills in customer service, with strong verbal and written communication skills. Proficient in MS Office, including but not limited to Excel, Word and PowerPoint; experience with Workday or similar HRIS is preferred. Strong math skills, ability to research complex questions and conduct complex budget projections. Excellent attention to detail, strong organizational skills, prioritization skills and ability to maintain confidential information is required.