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JUAN NUNEZ Burlington MA 01803 646-369-9160 firstname.lastname@example.org Employee Relations Diversity Management Affirmative Action Compliance Recognized Human Resources expert in Diversity Management, Employee Relations and Affirmative Action compliance, coupled with extensive experience in performance management, progressive discipline, complaint investigations, recruitment and retention, training and development, audit management (OFCCP audits), and labor/union relations. Effective communicator and change agent seamlessly adapting to diverse audiences; assisting organizations in diversity planning and implementation efforts that infuse diversity into the organizations fabric and consciousness. Performance Management Employee Relations Diversity Management Policy & Procedure Development Recruitment & Retention New Hire Orientation Workforce Metrics Affirmative Action Compliance Budget Management Conflict Resolution Compensation Surveys Project Management Succession Planning Benefits Administration Mediation/Arbitration Comply w/ADA, FMLA, FLSA, OSHA PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA 10/2010–Present A university that is nationally recognized as a student-centered urban public research academy. Chief Diversity Officer: As an active member of the Chancellor's executive staff and as the “Change Management Specialist”, my primary responsibilities include: advancing a campus climate that respects values and supports the academic, social and personal development of a diverse faculty, staff and students. Develop and sustain programs that provide a welcoming and supportive community for students, faculty and staff. Guided diversity climate survey initiative in collaboration with a campus committee and an outside consulting firm. Manage campus-wide diversity planning and implementation efforts that infuse diversity into the university’s fabric and consciousness. Direct faculty and staff recruitment efforts and provide expertise and guidance on diversity related matters. Coordinate diversity related activities and programs across the University by collaborating directly with key functional areas; direct all aspects of the affirmative action program. Successfully conceptualize, assess, and cultivate diversity as an institutional and educational resource. 1 ever staff member to be selected and featured in the Chancellor’s Annual Report for outstanding performance. State of New York Department of Transportation, Poughkeepsie, NY 10/2009–10/2010 Government agency that coordinates operation of transportation facilities involving highways, bridges, railroads, etc. Regional Compliance Specialist: Conducted OFCCP audits of contractors and ensured compliance with all relevant State and Federal Civil Rights Laws, rules and regulations as they relate to three basic programs: Equal Employment opportunity, training, and subcontracting opportunities for Disadvantaged or Minority/Women business Enterprises Programs. Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY 2/2004–11/2007 Unit of the New York State University System (SUNY) with 5K+ students and 1500+ faculty and staff. Assistant Vice President of Human Resources, Diversity & Compliance: Spearheaded the institution’s affirmation action, diversity and employee relations programs as the first person to fill the newly created position in an HR department that consisted of 15 employees. Oversaw benefits administration, labor relations, leave administration (vacations, sick, FMLA), recruitment, and workers compensation efforts. Trained senior managers, hiring managers, employment search committee members, and other staff on diversity recruitment/management, and AA requirements. Revived the college’s long-dormant Affirmative Action program while concurrently instituting a viable employee relations process to successfully resolve performance management, conflict resolution, etc. Mediated wide-ranging employee issues, such as performance and workplace harassment in conjunction with general counsel, college management and union officials; interpreted disciplinary contract language as required. 1 of 2 Collaborated in the creation and execution of an employee recognition program to honor staff for work performance or other extraordinary contributions to the overall success of their departments and/or the college. Slashed training and development overhead by approximately $100K after creating and launching internal workplace training on diversity, workplace harassment and affirmative action program compliance. As HR contributor to the college’s strategic plan development process, assisted the benefits team in the evaluation of the benefits program in comparison to the existing market, and generated enhancement recommendations. Teamed up with the employment team to develop and implement effective and progressive recruitment strategies. Partnered with HR and management team to develop and implement a results-oriented performance management process that focused on building employee capabilities and aligned employee goals with organization objectives. KPMG LLP, Montvale, NJ 12/2002–2/2004 Accounting and financial services firm that provides audit, tax, and advisory services, operating from 87 offices with more than 23,000 employees and partners throughout the US. EEO/Employee Relations Manager: Consulted with local site HR representatives and management nationwide on wide-ranging subjects encompassing employee relations and including policy interpretation, performance management, compensation, benefits, legal compliance (ADA, FMLA, EEO), workplace harassment and complaint investigations. Saved $200K+ by engineering an online diversity management training program that transitioned away from using external consulting firms to deliver live employee training. Provided tactical advice and counsel on a wide range of management and workplace issues including performance management, complaint investigation, conflict resolution and other complex employee relations issues minimizing legal exposure and maximizing a positive resolution. Revised recruitment process to ensure legal compliance and enhance effectiveness; trained recruitment team. Customized/distributed 109 location-specific Affirmative Action plans nationwide and administered a $1M+ budget. Drove diversity awareness, recruitment and succession planning strategies. Championed the development of affinity groups at specific locations. Completed OFCCP compliance audits with no financial sanctions awarded, salvaging multi-million dollar contracts. Conducted organization-wide compensation study to ensure equity. Contributed to the achievement of an Exemplary Voluntary Efforts (EVE) annual award from the U.S. Department of Labor for successful workplace strategy implementations to promote equal employment opportunity. Deloitte & Touche LLP, Wilton, CT 1/2001–12/2002 An audit, consulting, financial advisory and risk management services firm with over 45,000 employees. Senior Manager of Employee Relations: Coordinated communications with HR representatives and firm partners at 100+ sites nationwide on a wide range of employee relations issues including performance management, conflict resolution, critical issues, workforce reductions, complaint investigations, workplace harassment, and separation agreements. Generated a post-911 disaster recovery plan in partnership with the National Director. Managed OFFCP compliance audits. EDUCATION Master in Public Administration, City University, John Jay College, Manhattan, NY Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY First Year Coursework, Pace University School of Law, White Plains, NY Continuing Education Courses in Human Resources, Cornell University, NY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Employment Law HR Management Seminar Linkage Diversity Conference Diversity Management Seminar Conference Workers Compensation EEOC Employment Alternative Dispute Resolution Communications, Problem Solving & Seminar Conference Seminar Dispute Resolution in the Workplace Seminar 2 of 2
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