The Human resource (HR) Manager is involved with recruitment, training, career development, compensation and benefits, employee relations, industrial relations, employment law, compliance, disciplinary and grievance issues, redundancies etc. The job involves keeping up to date with areas such as employment law, which change often.
- Handles employment relations issues such as grievances and employee welfare.
- Trains, counsels and coaches human resources staff
- Develops and administers human resources plans and procedures that relate to company personnel
- Develops HR planning strategies with line managers by considering immediate and long-term staff requirements
- Bridges management and employee relations by addressing demands, grievances or other issues
- Analyzes trends in compensation and benefits; researches and proposes competitive base and incentive pay programs to ensure the organization attracts and retains top talent.
- Handles staffing issues, such as mediating disputes and directing disciplinary procedures
- Manages talent pools and succession plans to ensure the company can continue to operate in the future.
- Handles workplace investigations, disciplinary and termination procedures.
- Analyzes training needs in conjunction with line managers; planning and delivering training, including staff inductions.
- Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Psychology, Business Administration, or related field required.
- A Master’s degree in Human Resources and related fields is preferred.
- Proven working experience as HR Manager or other HR Executive
- In-depth knowledge of labor law and HR best practices
- Competency in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
- Knowledge of HR systems and databases
Skills needed for this role
The Human Resources (HR) Manager must demonstrate abilities in organizing, directing, and leading others, human resources managers must have related work experience. He/She must have an understanding of human resources programs, such as compensation and benefits plans; human resources software; and federal, state, and local employment laws.He/She must have a proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organizations HRIS and talent management systems.
Human Resources, Labor Relations