Human Resources Manager

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Bachelor's Degree

Human resources managers are responsible for a company’s most valuable asset: its people. From managing the recruitment and hiring process to implementing processes that ensure employee engagement and retention, human resource managers keep their organization operating in alignment with industry standards and consistently improving personnel policies and practices.

Also known as: Employee Relations Manager, Human Resources Administration Director, Human Resources Director, Human Resources Operations Manager
Active Learning
Active Listening
Complex Problem Solving
Critical Thinking
Decision Making
Learning Strategies
Personnel Management
Reading Comprehension
Service Orientation
Social Perceptiveness
Systems Analysis
Time Management
Advise managers on organizational employment policy matters
Remain up to date on legal employment policies and industry standards
Develop and modify the organization’s employment policies, benefits packages, employee reviews and training programs
Create and maintain personal reports
Project and meet organization employment needs
Recruit, interview and select applicants to fill vacancies
Allocate human and capital resources throughout the organization

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