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JR573 Sr. Manager, Employee Relations - India
Develop and direct Micron India Employee Relations (ER) strategies, influence local leaders in the thought process and the design of our People programs and policies, and operationalize practical efforts to maintain a positive relationship between the company and its people by ensuring all are respected, treated fairly, feel safe and are engaged to bring their best selves to work.
Provide ER consultation and market insights regarding the labor environment in India, including benchmarking industry best practices for people policies and practices, early warning systems for labor risks and non-compliance, and monitoring trends in labor standards, laws and government regulations for proactive action.
Monitor, review, and track to ensure the India People Organization and leadership team’s understanding and compliance to local labor laws and international labor standards.
Where required, partner with People Organization counterparts, Legal and relevant stakeholders around the world to assess impact and risk to the company and lead remedial or improvement actions.
Direct and influence course of action on ER matters including harassment and discrimination, diversity, equality and inclusion, performance management and workforce optimization.
Conduct leader trainings and coach leaders to meet our global standards.
Lead or oversee workplace investigations in accordance to our global investigation policy and guidelines, and uphold these standards in Micron India.
Respond to employee issues, grievances and disputes in line with our People Values. Drive expedient resolutions, escalate as required, and ensure appropriate and quality communication and documentation is in place.
Plan, execute and monitor separations, severance and restructuring activities to ensure compliance to our globally aligned separation processes and local employment regulations.
Provide leadership and guidance and support in industrial relations (labor union relations), while keeping abreast with local trends, industry issues and government priorities to mitigate risk to the company.
As applicable, represent the company at labor dispute and arbitration cases and support other labor proceedings and manage such cases from inception to conclusion, consulting with required stakeholders.
Review and analyze turnover metrics and related data to identify meaningful trends and risk areas, work with People Organization counterparts and business leaders to address issues in support of retention and engagement programs.
Manage turnover surveys and strategically conduct exit interviews with resigning team members.
Oversee statutory compliances related to labor and manage our compliance vendor and stakeholders to ensure timely and accurate filings.
Proactively identify and implement actions in advance of any changes to the requirements.
Introduce technology solutions to the ER team help drive agility, efficiency, speed of execution, and quality of work.
Strategize with ER leadership to support global or regional ER activities.
Additional responsibilities will include people management and development, data analysis and reporting, development and instruction of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion related programs, supporting and promoting Micron and RBA Code of Conduct compliance, labor audits, corporate activities, crisis management and other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in any discipline.
Minimum 10 years of work experience relevant to Employee Relations, preferably in the technology or IT sector, in leadership positions.
Exposure to regional and global Employee Relations is expected.
Good understanding, appreciation and application of Indian labor law and practices, as well as global labor standards and issues.
Familiarity with Asia region employment laws is advantageous, as are skills in the management of employment documents.
Attention to detail, strong sense of urgency, independent decision making, high standard of compliance and passionate about doing the right thing for the company and our people.
Good influencer, strong interpersonal, communication, and negotiation skills, with a good command of written and spoken English.
Proficiency in other Asian languages is advantageous.
Able to travel for work on short notice to any Micron location in India, should the need arise.