Hr Generalist


Cred is looking for a human resource generalist that enjoys people, can engage people and has a high EQ! This person should be comfortable being a point of reference for all staff. This role will be responsible for performing HR-related duties on a professional level and will work closely with management in supporting company-wide initiatives and team members. This position carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: employee relations, performance management, onboarding, policy implementation, employment records and reports.


Such duties may include:

  • Administers various human resource plans and procedures for all organization personnel; assists in the development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures (globally). 

  • Participates in developing department goals, objectives and systems. 

  • Primary responsibility for the administration/tracking of open headcount and recruiting practices. 

  • Administers and monitors the performance evaluation program and revises as necessary. 

  • Administers employee life cycle documents such as: offer letters, employee verification letters, memos, separation agreements. 

  • Creates and runs onboarding globally, and offboarding. 

  • Assists with keeping the HRIS system (Namely) updated. 

  • Creates reports/analysis for the executive management team on employee data. 

  • Maintains compliance with federal, state and local employment and benefits laws and regulations. 

  • Ability to work with confidential material in a discreet manner

  • Enjoys actively cultivating and enhancing the company culture



  • Effective verbal and written communication 

  • Global & Cultural Awareness 

  • HR Expertise 

  • Relationship Management 

  • Agile 

  • Ability to work in fast paced environment under pressure and maintain attention to detail 

  • High level of Organizational Skills

  • This position has no direct supervisory responsibilities at this time, but does serve as a coach and mentor for other positions in the organization.



  • Competitive compensation

  • Equity incentives

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