Changing the world through digital experiences is what Adobe’s all about. We give everyone from emerging artists to global brands everything they need to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences! We’re passionate about empowering people to create beautiful and powerful images, videos, and apps, and transform how companies interact with customers across every screen.
We’re on a mission to hire the very best and are committed to creating exceptional employee experiences where everyone is respected and has access to equal opportunity.
We realize that new ideas can come from everywhere in the organization, and we know the next big idea could be yours!
Do you want the challenge of supporting a growing Employee Relations team in a dynamic and fluid environment? As an Employee Relations Lead you will have the exciting opportunity to directly support the Employee Relations Manager in leading a team of employee relations professionals as we support our ever evolving and growing business! Your primary responsibilities will be to provide a sophisticated level of mentorship, support and recommendations for the resolution of critical workplace situations between employees.
You will provide strategic and thoughtful consultation and coaching to Americas based employees and managers in employee- related areas such as (but not limited to) : complex performance management, compliance and sophisticated investigations, conflict resolution, sensitive exit and termination management.
You will get to build positive relationships and work closely with all levels of management, the Employee Experience Business Partners, Adobe Employment Counsel, Internal Stakeholders and Centers of Excellence (COEs) with the goal to drive high employee engagement and a robust environment.
You will mentor and direct support to the Sr. Employee Relations Consultants and the Performance Consultants.
What you’ll do
Guide the internal investigation strategy and provide authoritative advice to Sr. Employee Relations Consultants. You will also :
provide oversight to internal investigations
What you need to succeed