JOB RESPONSIBILITIES IN HUMAN RESOURCES JOBS – IIBM Institute
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES IN HUMAN RESOURCES JOBS
Each company has its own unique culture.
It encompasses the values, visions, ideals, norms, working language, systems and habits of a group who work together. A good human resources employee develops and manages their company’s culture. They recruit new hires, maintain benefits and payroll, mediate conflict and engage in training and development. Their role is at the core of a company’s success.
People choosing HR careers begin by earning an associate’s a certificate. Master Program Certification may also be eligible for management positions. Those who earn master Certification in human relations can move on to work in directorial and senior-level management roles. There are two options for earning a Master Certification: the Master of Business Administration with a concentration in human resources, and a human resource’s Master Certification.
Human resources specialists are identified by the Society for Human Resources Management as early career human resources professionals who are specialists within a specific support function – or, generalists with limited experience.
The responsibilities of human resources specialists revolve around the recruitment and placement of employees; therefore, their job duties may range from screening job candidates and conducting interviews to performing background checks and providing orientation to new employees.
Job Duties and Responsibilities of Human Resources Specialists
The work of human resources specialists begins when a position with the organization needs to be filled. These HR specialists, at this time, may do every from creating and placing job posts to visiting job fairs to find the right candidate. Once a pool of potential candidates has been assembled, HR specialists then sort through them, scheduling and conducting interviews. In larger organizations, senior HR members may be responsible for the interviewing process, although HR specialists in smaller companies are often responsible for this step in the hiring process.
When not hiring, placing, and orienting new employees, HR specialists often oversee current employee satisfaction and productivity, ensuring that the workplace is always running efficiently.
Human resources specialists work under HR directors and managers. During the hiring process, they generally consult with members of the management team to ensure that the right candidates are being placed into the right position. Thus, their job duties frequently involve consulting with the appropriate HR managers.
Daily job duties of human resources specialists include:
- Preparing or updating employment records related to hiring, transferring, promoting, and terminating
- Explaining human resources policies, procedures, laws, and standards to new and existing employees
- Ensuring new hire paperwork is completed and processed
- Informing job applicants of job duties, responsibilities, benefits, schedules, working conditions, promotion opportunities, etc.