Month: October 2013
1. Recruitment and Selection
2. Training and Development
3. Compensation and Benefits
4. Employee Relations
5. Rules and Regulations
6. Budget, financial management
7. Human resource information system
7 Organize locally and produce Group HR reporting.
An HR administrator is a human resources generalist responsible for supporting a business within every area of human resources, including recruitment and employee relations.Some general roles and responsibilities of HR Administrator are:
1) Drafting Job Description: An HR administrator is responsible for drafting job descriptions, outlining in detail all skills and qualities required and desired in a successful job applicant.
2) Resume screening: An HR administrator screens all resumes submitted to the open job order, seeking only the most qualified applicant.
3) Performing Background checks: An HR administrator conducts drug and background screenings and reference checks for all prospective hires, accurately documenting these activities.
Due Diligence: An HR administrator records and maintains all human resource files and documents, assuring that his or her firm remains compliant with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
Employee and labor relations: An HR administrator serves as the point person for employees’ issues and inquiries, including but not limited to benefits and company policies.