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As a Human Resources Specialist (Employee Relations & Benefits), your duties will include:
- Providing guidance in the employee relations areas; specifically, appeals and grievances, performance management, awards and recognition, conduct and discipline, counseling, leave and absence, hours of work, wellness and alcohol/drug matters, working conditions, alternative discipline and other dispute resolution methods, telework/alternate work schedules, and awards, etc.
- Serving as the benefits and retirement expert responsible for management advisory functions and operational services in the areas of employee benefits, social security, and retirement.
- Developing policies, regulations, and procedures related to all forms of communication and counseling necessary to maintain effective relations between management and the workforce.
- Preparing responses to inquiries from members of Congress, OPM, employees, and other interested parties concerning regulatory, administrative and policy applications to employee relations.
- Analyzing underlying forces and practices that cause employee relations problems in order to recommend corrective measures to eliminate the source of problems.
- Researching and resolving complex technical retirement issues for civil and foreign service employees, as well as planning and conducting briefings on retirement and other benefit offerings.
Occasional travel - Overnight/overseas travel is required.
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