Human Resources Advisor
HR Advisors are involved in a wide range of activities that relate to the management of employees. A key part of the role is to make sure that the company is complying with employment law and managing their employees properly.
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- Typical Day/Duties
- How this role fits in with the rest of the industry
- Basic entry requirements include (necessary)
- Employers might also look for (desirable)
- Typical starting salary may be in the region of
- Typical Salary Once Experienced
- Career Development
- Advertise job vacancies, interview job applicants, prepare offer letters
- Gives managers advice on employment law and good people management practice
- Handles poor performance or disciplinary matters
- Manages sickness absences
- Make changes to salaries, terms and conditions of employment, prepare reassignment/transfer letters
- Obtains visas and work permits for employees going overseas
- Designs and delivers training courses
Most medium and large sized companies will have an HR Department. The work done by the HR Advisor plays a part in helping companies attract, recruit and retain high quality people and to invest in staff training and career development.
- Previous experience in an HR role
- Good knowledge of employment law and HR best practice
- Membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or studying towards membership
£25,000 - £30,000
£30,000 - £50,000
e.g. HR Team Leader/Manager, specialise in e.g. Training & Development, Compensation & Benefits, Employee Relations, Employment Law