Canada Human Resources Manager

Human Resources Toronto, Ontario


The Canada HR Manager will lead and facilitate the ongoing development of a highly effective, strategic HR function in Canada. This role ensures the organization has the structure, culture and talent needed to deliver on business objectives.


  • Accountable for Canadian HR operations and processes and supporting Tyler’s strategic objectives within Tyler’s Canadian entity.
  • Assist US-based payroll & benefits team with Canada compliance reporting (ROE’s and T4’s).
  • Build expertise and capacity of Tyler’s Global HR team in the area of Canada labor law, best practices and culture.
  • Subject matter expert on Canada compensation and benefits.
  • Primary point of HR contact for Tyler leaders with questions regarding teams operating in Canada.
  • Serves as partner to Divisional HR leaders and teams in administration of site-level employment agreements, performance management, and leave/disability administration.
  • Partner with Divisional HR leaders in compliance with Federal, Provincial and Munciipal requirements.
  • Responsible for partnering with leadership to build and maintaining a rewarding workplace culture for Canada-based teams, both in virtual and in-person environments.
  • Leads and/or participates in and advocates for cross-divisional HR department projects.
  • Partner with US-based Divisional HR teams to support Canadian immigration needs.
  • Responsible for provincial training compliance and regulatory reporting (AODA, anti-harassment, workplace violence, etc).
  • Occasional travel to US offices for in-person collaboration with Tyler HR teams.


  • Minimum of 5 years of human resources experience with escalating responsibility.
  • 3+ years experience leading HR operations, preferably supporting multiple provinces and territories.
  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, human resources or equivalent combination of experience.
  • Excellent knowledge of labor laws including the Employment Standards Act and working across multiple provinces and territories.
  • Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Expert knowledge of principles, practices and functions of Human Resource Management.
  • Professional certification (CHRP, PHR, SPHR or other) preferred.
  • Ability to work off hours as-needed to collaborate across multiple time-zones.
  • Ability to travel to US (once per year as-needed).