We are a high-end office furniture dealership serving corporate clients across industries. Western Office has been partnering with Knoll on a national level for 25 years; we are a member of Knoll's President's Circle representing the Top 20 Knoll Dealers in North America. We have locations in Los Angeles, Seattle, and Las Vegas and we have been in business for 100 years. We provide excellent career opportunities and many of our employees have been with us for over 15 years. If you are personally committed to "being the best" at what you do, we encourage you to consider joining our team.
The Director of People & Culture is a hands-on, people-focused role striving towards creating a positive, fulfilling and motivating work environment that reinforces our vision of growth. The Director of People & Culture is the "keeper of the culture" who keeps a finger on the pulse of our organization. The HR Business Partner is bright, outgoing, an avid learner can think strategically and is innovative. The ideal candidate will have a consultative, business partner approach and understands smaller company dynamics and is comfortable in the flexibility required.
The Director of People & Culture acts as counsel to the Leadership Team on various topics including employee relations, strategic planning, talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, and other basic HR responsibilities. The HR side of the position is performed in alignment with a more people-centric, people operations approach. This person also creates a sense of unity and camaraderie across our three different locations while remaining observant of each of their individual sub-cultures.
The Director of People & Culture must excel at balancing between peers and management. Employees look to the Director of People & Culture as a reliable confidant who is a good listener and trustworthy. Management seeks a budding leader with keen business acumen who can provide solid advice. The HR Business Partner must be comfortable in all levels of conversations with employees - from deeply personal to professional and difficult.
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