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Below are examples of Human Resources positions:
The Human Resources Director guides and manages the overall provision of Human Resources services, policies, and programs for the entire organization. The HR Director normally brings 10 or more years of service in an HR department to the table. The HR Director is expected to act as a Senior Advisor to Management about people issues and strategy in consultation with the organization.
The Human Resources Manager guides and manages the overall Human Resources services, policies, and programs for a small to mid-sized company; or heads-up a portion of the HR function in a larger company with multiple HR staff. The HR Manager generally reports to a Director or Vice President. In a small company, the HR Manager may report to the President or CFO. The HR Manager brings 5-7 or more years of experience to his or her role.
The Human Resources Generalist manages the day-to-day operations of the Human Resource office. The HR Generalist manages the administration of human resource policies, procedures, and programs. The HR Generalist carries out responsibilities in these functional areas: departmental development, Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), employee relations, training and development, benefits, compensation, organizational development, and employment. The HR Generalist brings 3-5 years of service in an HR office to the job.
The Human Resources Assistant helps with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources functions and responsibilities. The HR Assistant job is also called HR Administrator or HR Associate, depending upon the organization. The HR Assistant can join an organization with no experience in business. Better prepared/experienced assistants have work experience, preferably in business or HR. Employees who are assistants often have degrees in HR, Business Management, Sociology, Psychology, Organization Development, and training.
The Human Resources Recruiter is responsible for delivering all facets of recruiting success within the organization. The HR Recruiter will develop local and national recruiting plans, employ traditional sourcing strategies and resources as well as developing new, creative recruiting ideas. The HR Recruiter plays a critical role in ensuring that the organization is hiring the best possible talent. Employees in the HR Recruiter role bring a minimum of 1-2 years of HR experience to their role. Many HR Recruiters also bring years of experience in sourcing and hiring candidates.
A Training Manager participates in diverse activities and has many roles. Increasingly, employers and management recognize that training for employees is highly desirable. It offers employees a way to develop skills and enhance their productivity and quality of work.
The Compensation Manager discusses salary ranges with other managers. Compensation Managers are the people in an organization who are responsible for researching, establishing, and maintaining a company's pay system. They are either responsible for the whole system or, as in the case of a benefits manager, a portion of the whole.
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