Posted January 15, 2022Marriott International
The Director, Labor & Work Environment will report directly to the Regional Vice President, Human Resources, with a dotted line functional reporting relationship to the Vice-President, Labor Relations, and will contribute a high level of specialized labor knowledge and function as the primary labor relations support for third party hotels across the region. He/she will function as a key member of the Eastern Regional team and build alignment between Regional leadership, Legal, and market operations related to organized labor. The Director, Labor & Work Environment will design strategies for labor deployment and will be accountable for executing labor relations plans, programs, and processes including both proactive and reactive work that supports overall regional business objectives.
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