Profession human resources manager
Personnel department managers plan, direct and coordinate policies concerning the personnel, industrial relations and occupational health and safety activities of an enterprise or organization, or of enterprises that provide human resource services to other enterprises and organizations.
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- Human resource management
The function in an organisation concerned with the recruitment of employees and the optimisation of employee performance.
- Labour legislation
Legislation, on a national or international level, that governs labour conditions in various fields between labour parties such as the government, employees, employers, and trade unions.
- Human resources department processes
The different processes, duties, jargon, role in an organisation, and other specificities of the human resources department within an organisation such as recruitment, pension systems, and personnel development programs.
The services provided to employees by organisations and institutions to help them find new employment.
- Employment law
The law which mediates the relationship between employees and employers. It concerns employees' rights at work which are binding by the work contract.
- Identify necessary human resources
Determine the number of employees needed for the realisation of a project and their allocation in the creation, production, communication or administration team.
- Manage budgets
Conduct cost estimates and budget planning. Monitor the budget, as well as costs and expenses. Forecast the budget development continuously. Report on the budget.
- Promote gender equality in business contexts
Raise awareness and campaign for the equalisation between the sexes by the assessment of their participation in the position and the activities carried out by companies and businesses at large.
- Manage payroll
Manage and be responsible for employees receiving their wages, review salaries and benefit plans and advise management on payroll and other employment conditions.
- Handle conflicts
Mediate in conflicts and tense situations by acting between parties, such as service users, important others like families, and institutions, striving to effect an agreement, reconciliate, and resolve problems.
- Monitor company policy
Monitor the company's policy and propose improvements to the company.
- Identify with the company's goals
Act for the benefit of the company and for the achievement of its targets.
- Negotiate with employment agencies
Establish arrangements with employment agencies to organise recruiting activities. Maintain communication with these agencies in order to ensure efficient and productive recruitment with high potential candidates as an outcome.
- Comply with legal regulations
Ensure you are properly informed of the legal regulations that govern a specific activity and adhere to its rules, policies and laws.
- Develop training programmes
Design programmes where employees or future employees are taught the necessary skills for the job or to improve and expand skills for new activities or tasks. Select or design activities aimed at introducing the work and systems or improving the performance of individuals and groups in organisational settings.
- Negotiate employment agreements
Find agreements between employers and potential employees on salary, working conditions and non-statutory benefits.
- Track key performance indicators
Identify the quantifiable measures that a company or industry uses to gauge or compare performance in terms of meeting their operational and strategic goals, using preset performance indicators.
- Evaluate training
Assess the realisation of the training's learning outcomes and goals, the quality of teaching, and give transparent feedback to the trainers and trainees.
- Organise staff assessment
Organising the overall assessment process of the staff.
- Develop employee retention programs
Plan, develop, and implement programs aimed at keeping the satisfaction of the employees in the best levels. Consequently, assuring the loyalty of employees.
- Apply company policies
Apply the principles and rules that govern the activities and processes of an organisation.
- Coordinate operational activities
Synchronise activities and responsibilities of the operational staff to ensure that the resources of an organisation are used most efficiently in pursuit of the specified objectives.
- Plan medium to long term objectives
Schedule long term objectives and immediate to short term objectives through effective medium-term planning and reconciliation processes.