Why Wendy's When our square shaped burgers made their first sizzle on the scene more than 50 years ago, people knew our approach wasn’t like any other. Same goes for the way we support our employees. Our culture of openness, flexibility, and inclusiveness allows everybody to flourish in their own way. If you’re looking for a career where you can be part of the action as we continue to grow our iconic brand – We got you!This job contributes to Wendy's success by consulting with Operations business leaders within the assigned Area(s) or Division to identify needs and determine effective Human Resources strategies, programs and services to address them. They will partner to plan and execute strategies. The Sr. HR Business Partner models and acts in accordance with Dave's Legacy Values. This individual is required to live in or open to relocating to Orlando, FL. Responsibilities Business Partner: Partners with business leaders to identify needs, analyzes metrics, and adjusts strategy in support of business objectives. Collaborates in the implementation of Human Resources tactics and programs for assigned area(s) and division. Staffing: Partners with business leaders in the design, development, and execution of staffing strategies that ensure the attraction and selection of high potential talent and achieve appropriate staffing levels. This includes ensuring recruiting strategies remain viable and relevant to target candidates and the assigned area(s) and division. Talent Planning & Development: Facilitates Succession/Bench Planning sessions to identify future bench, gaps in talent base, and at risk performers. Collaborates with business leaders on employee development needs and bench planning decisions. Assists leaders with development plans for key talent to improve readiness levels and further career progression. Positive Employee Relations: Consults with business leaders to foster and promote a work environment consistent with Dave’s Legacy Values. Provides investigation and consultation support to business leaders addressing environmental concerns, activist activity, employee relations, employee conduct, and performance issues, including the application of company policies and employment laws. Manages the investigation process for employment-related claims. Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal employment laws and regulations.Employee Advocacy: Serves as an advocate on behalf of employees in the International and Global Development functions. Solicits and listens to employees’ concerns, and takes an active role in resolving problems. Provides information, or facilitates employees’ ability to obtain information about benefits, compensation, training and other Human Resources programs and services.Key Initiative Execution: Analyzes Human Resources program activity, conducts additional research and analysis as needed, and prepares reports and makes presentations. Facilitates delivery of program content and training to assigned client group and broader audiences, as appropriate.