HR Roles

HR Roles

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HR Roles by Mind Map: HR Roles

1. Executive Recruiter

1.1. Also referred to as headhunters

1.2. Look for individuals to fill senior executive job positions, generally at corporations or nonprofit organizations

1.3. Need to know their industries well enough to be able to convince prospects, who are often employed at other companies, to come work for a competitor or a different corporation

1.4. Vet and Interview candidates for skill and cultural fit

1.5. Present the perfect candidates to the corporation seeking to employ them

1.6. Industry can be incredibly profitable for those who are successful at finding candidates to fill positions

1.7. Recruiters often paid on retainer, paid in full when the candidate is presented to the company or paid a portion, up to percent, of a hired candidate’s first-year compensation

2. Training and Development Manager

2.1. In charge of all facets of employees’ training and education

2.2. Training include material around corporate and career development

2.3. Organize orientation sessions for new employees

2.4. Develop and deliver training sessions for all employees, personal development courses and any other in-person training that employees require to build their careers

2.5. In charge of composing any training collateral for staff, including manuals and books

2.6. Must possess excellent people skills, as they commonly hold meetings that require employee interest and motivation

2.7. Should also have deep knowledge of the laws and compliance requirements within their workplace, so that they can keep employees up to date

3. Human Resources Manager

3.1. Oversees staffing, benefits, training, compensation

3.2. Manages labor relations

3.3. Ensures that all procedures are compliant with both company policies and business laws.

3.4. Spearheads teams of recruiters and other specialists

3.5. Creates and facilitate projects

3.6. Tackles problems and communicate with the director and executive level of a corporate management team

3.7. Have at least five years of human resources experiences

3.8. Come from a generalist background and have the ability to competently juggle an array of human resources tasks

4. Compensation and Benefits Manager

4.1. Specialize in compensation and benefits offerings for employees

4.2. Managers use their grasp of corporate policy, insurance, and different benefits programs to pick the perfect programs for employees

4.3. Select and implement the compensation and benefits programs for corporations

4.4. Review and modify compensation and benefits programs to attract and retain top talent

4.5. Possess an excellent grasp of both pay and perks

4.6. Create programs that best match what employees demand with the company’s budgetary constraints

4.7. Has at least five years of experience in the field

5. Reference: Human Resources MBA. (2012). The Top 10 Highest Paying HR Jobs. Retrieved from The Top 10 Highest Paying HR Jobs - Human Resources Degrees