Human Resources Manager Job Responsibilities:
Maintains and enhances the organization's human resources by planning, implementing, and evaluating employee relations and human resources policies, programs, and practices.
Maintains the work structure by updating job requirements and job descriptions for all positions.
Maintains organization staff by establishing a recruiting, testing, and interviewing program; counseling managers on candidate selection; conducting and analyzing exit interviews; recommending changes.
Prepares employees for assignments by establishing and conducting orientation and training programs.
Maintains a pay plan by conducting periodic pay surveys; scheduling and conducting job evaluations; preparing pay budgets; monitoring and scheduling individual pay actions; recommending, planning, and implementing pay structure revisions.
Ensures planning, monitoring, and appraisal of employee work results by training managers to coach and discipline employees; scheduling management conferences with employees; hearing and resolving employee grievances; counseling employees and supervisors.
Maintains employee benefits programs and informs employees of benefits by studying and assessing benefit needs and trends; recommending benefit programs to management; directing the processing of benefit claims; obtaining and evaluating benefit contract bids; awarding benefit contracts; designing and conducting educational programs on benefit programs.
Ensures legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable human resource federal and state requirements; conducting investigations; maintaining records; representing the organization at hearings.
Maintains management guidelines by preparing, updating, and recommending human resource policies and procedures.
Maintains historical human resource records by designing a filing and retrieval system; keeping past and current records.
Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
Completes human resource operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees; following up on work results.
Maintains human resource staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees.
Maintains human resource staff job results by counseling and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.
Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, HR managers earned median pay of $110,120 in 2017 or $52.94 per hour. The lowest-earning 10 percent of HR managers earned less than $65,040, and the highest 10 percent made more than $197,720.
To become an HR manager, you would need at least a bachelor's degree; some employers require a master's degree. Degrees are usually in human resources management, business administration or a related field. You may also need up to five years of experience. May 1, 2016
Key Skills: Interpersonal, decision-making, org...
Degree Field(s): Human resources manage me...
Degree Level: Bachelor's degree; master's so...
Experience: Up to 5 years
A recent graduate with a human resource bachelor's degree may anticipate being placed in the following positions:
Human Resources Manager.
Employee Relations Manager.
Compensation or Benefit Analyst/Manager.
HR Information Systems Manager.
Training and Development Manager.
Labor Relations Manager.
Team Member Relationship Manager
Human Resources IT Specialist
Employee Education Consultant
Training & Development Manager
Human Resources Executive (Chief HR Officer or Vice President of Human Resources)
International Human Resources Professional