Job Description

Our client is a Fortune 20 company with 50 thousand employees world-wide, headquartered in Vaughan, Ontario, they are a leading supplier of medical products and services.

They are currently seeking a Workday HRIS analyst that will be able to quickly make an impact in supporting their HR initiatives with reporting, various changes within the HRIS and managing multiple HRIS projects within a 1-year contract.

The HRIS Analyst supports the strategic goals of the Human Resources department and the overall organization by providing support in all of areas of Human Resources including but not limited to: HR programs and policies, HR systems, on boarding, employee relations and reporting.

Key Responsibilities

SME for HRIS (Workday) – liaise with US colleagues, provide support to Canadian HR team relative to HIRS

  • Liaise with US HRIS counterparts to audit Workday data

  • Manage various HR programs/systems including reward and recognition, service awards, HR portal, organization charts, training, etc.

  • Assist with onboarding new employees including creating New Hire packages and deliver orientation programs;

  • Participate and support various Human Resources administrative duties such as employment equity, reporting, audits and the maintenance of employee files;

  • Management Representative for the Health and Safety Committee, overseeing meeting coordination, training, audits and communications;

  • May include field HR support by providing HR guidance to client groups

  • Work closely with Finance and Payroll Team to ensure accuracy of employee data, such as cost centers, reporting managers, departments etc.

  • Assist with day-to-day employee relations issues


  • Post-secondary education in human resources or a business discipline;

  • Experience with Workday HRIS – setting up new employees, maintaining records, running reports, etc.

  • Excellent project management, writing, and oral communication skills;

  • A focus on continuous improvement and being committed to learning new HR practices;

  • Strong analytical skills, sound business judgment and a proactive approach to problem solving;

  • Excellent time management capabilities, including the ability to prioritize diverse tasks within a fast-moving environment

  • Occasional travel may be required;

  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information appropriately.

Contact Details

Please contact Kritika: 905.361.3987 ext.120