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What does a Human Resources Officer do?

Conduct programs of compensation and benefits and job analysis for employer. May specialize in specific areas, such as position classification and pension programs.

What are the Main Tasks of a Human Resources Officer?

  • Ensure company compliance with federal and state laws, including reporting requirements.
  • Evaluate job positions, determining classification, exempt or non-exempt status, and salary.
  • Plan, develop, evaluate, improve, and communicate methods and techniques for selecting, promoting, compensating, evaluating, and training workers.
  • Prepare occupational classifications, job descriptions and salary scales.
  • Provide advice on the resolution of classification and salary complaints.
  • Advise managers and employees on state and federal employment regulations, collective agreements, benefit and compensation policies, personnel procedures and classification programs.
  • Prepare reports, such as organization and flow charts, and career path reports, to summarize job analysis and evaluation and compensation analysis information.
  • Perform multifactor data and cost analyses that may be used in areas such as support of collective bargaining agreements.
  • Assess need for and develop job analysis instruments and materials.
  • Observe, interview, and survey employees and conduct focus group meetings to collect job, organizational, and occupational information.
  • Assist in preparing and maintaining personnel records and handbooks.
  • Research job and worker requirements, structural and functional relationships among jobs and occupations, and occupational trends.
  • Administer employee insurance, pension and savings plans, working with insurance brokers and plan carriers.
  • Negotiate collective agreements on behalf of employers or workers, and mediate labor disputes and grievances.
  • Research employee benefit and health and safety practices and recommend changes or modifications to existing policies.
  • Analyze organizational, occupational, and industrial data to facilitate organizational functions and provide technical information to business, industry, and government.
  • Advise staff of individuals' qualifications.
  • Develop, implement, administer and evaluate personnel and labor relations programs, including performance appraisal, affirmative action and employment equity programs.
  • Plan and develop curricula and materials for training programs and conduct training.
  • Consult with or serve as a technical liaison between business, industry, government, and union officials.
  • Work with the Department of Labor and promote its use with employers.
  • Prepare research results for publication in form of journals, books, manuals, and film.
  • Review occupational data on Alien Employment Certification Applications to determine the appropriate occupational title and code, and provide local offices with information about immigration and occupations.
  • Speak at conferences and events to promote apprenticeships and related training programs.
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