Job Profile of Human Resource Professional

As a human resource (HR) professional, it will be your job to assist your organization attract, recruit and retain the best talent, and to make sure that they work at their highest efficiency. It is done by providing training to employees, as well by giving them development opportunities by motivating them etc. ‘
In a small organization, an HR professional may provide all these services as part of their job. However, in any large organization, a director of HR will oversee several different departments, each of which will handle tasks such as training, compensation and benefits, labor relations, and employment and placement.

The following section describes these different HR related jobs in more detail:

  • Employment and Placement Manager
    As an HR manager you will be supervising the employment and recruitment of your company. You will formulate policies and tests used in the process. Most of all, you will be supervising other professionals, including recruitment and placement consultants
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  • Recruitment Specialists
    As a recruitment specialist you will have to search for job applicants, mostly at college campuses and job fairs. You will have to screen and interview applicants to make sure that they have the minimum required qualifications for the next stage of recruitment process
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  • Compensation and Benefits Analysts
    HR professionals manage the compensation and benefits programs of the organization. Another job related to this is that of Job Analysts, who are responsible for preparation of job descriptions that explain the duties and responsibilities of the newly created jobs
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  • Training and Development
    Usually, this is one of the largest Human Resource department of an organization. Every organization wants that its employees are well-trained, and up to date with the latest techniques in their domain. As a training and development professional, you will make sure that the employees receive the required training from time to time
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  • Labor Relation Managers, Mediators and Arbitrators
    Labor relations managers help the management of the company interact with the employees and unions in a positive and fruitful manner. Mediators are helpful when the management needs to talk to the labor unions. Arbitrators decide the disputes between the management and union in an impartial manner. These jobs are found in rather large organizations and settings – for example, in an automobile factory
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      Other specialist jobs for human resources professionals include that of international human resources managers, human resources information system specialists and EEO officers.

      Job profile of HR professional is almost as diverse as the type of companies and employee requirements that are there in the industry.

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