Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.
You’re an original. Proud of the company you keep. Make an impact. Add your voice. Wear what you love.
We believe that clothes — and how you make them — can make a difference. Since 1853, we’ve been obsessed with innovation to meet people’s needs. We invented the first blue jean. And we reinvented khaki pants. We pioneered labor and environmental guidelines for our manufacturing partners. And we work to build sustainability into everything we do.
A company doesn’t last 160 years by standing still. It endures by reinventing itself, striving to delight its consumers, winning in the marketplace, and by remaining true to its values.
We employ more than 17,000 people around the world – supporting great brands, including Levi’s®, Dockers® and Denizen®. Our employees are committed to innovation, creativity and collaboration. Put simply, if you’re looking for a new opportunity, this is a great place to grow your career.
The Senior Manager, HR Business Partner (HRBP) aligns our goals and talent plans with employees and leaders for the broader Global Finance Team (Finance, Procurement and Global Business Services). You will flex from strategic planning to daily support of designated client groups. The HRBP acts as an employee advocate and change agent. The role assesses and anticipates HR-related needs, communicates needs to the departments and wants to develop integrated solutions. The HRBP has a “business and action oriented” mindset and maintains an effective level of communication across different levels of the organization. You will report directly to the VP Global Enabling Functions.
About the Job
We put a lot of thought into our programs to provide you with a benefits package that matters. Whether it is for medical care, taking time off, improving your health or planning for retirement, we've got you covered. Here's a small snapshot:
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