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HR Administrator  

Wise Employment - Cardiff (+1 location)

Attention to detail is key for this role - You will need to be a strong communicator and have the ability to produce high quality work on deadline. - Good knowledge of and experience in using Microsoft... £7 - 8 Per Hour £7.35 per

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HR Manager  

Hays - Haslemere, Surrey, South East

Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy... £28000.00 - £34000.00 per annum

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HR Manager  

Hays - Hatfield, Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, South East

- Resourcing - manage the manpower plan requirements during the organisation change working alongside recruitment - Organisational Development & Change Management - co-ordinate any redundancy programmes... £40000 per annum + plus benefits

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HR Director  

CGI - Reading, Berkshire, South East

* To utilise the depth and breadth of HR knowledge and expertise and to apply this effectively as input to the business plan, to identify the key HR interventions required, and to develop the associated... £75000 - £90000 per annum + car+benefits

from: (+1 source) - 2 days ago

HR Service Lead (HR Business Partner - HR & OD)  

Hays - Southampton, Hampshire, South East

Were seeking a senior HR Practitioner who has a broad experience of complex unionised environments delivering change and transformation and leading HR Advisors in delivering HR, Change & OD activities... £51000.00 - £59410.00 per annum + Pension + Benefits

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HR Administrator  

Ocado - Hatfield, Hertfordshire

Launching in 2000 with just 3 employees, we now employ over 11,000 people and deliver more than 226,000 orders a week on average. We're best known for our UK grocery delivery service, but that's just the...

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HR Adviser  

Robert Gordon University - Aberdeen

Provision of day to day HR support and guidance on operational issues and regular reports to Heads of Departments/Schools on issues such as – absence, turnover, performance management, hotspots, and progress... £29,301 - £32,004 per year

from: (+1 source) - 3 days ago

HR Advisor  

The Rank Group - Sheffield, South Yorkshire

To provide comprehensive HR Generalist and Training and Development to Sheffield Colleagues and where applicable, the wider HR Shared Support Services Team. To provide business partnering to the senior... 35000.00

from: - 4 days ago

HR Advisor / HR Generalist  

Eutopia Solutions Ltd - Swindon, Wiltshire, South West

Contribute to the development of the people strategy and plan, develop organisational capability and organisational development, deliver change initiatives and lead different projects Eutopia Solutions... £0.00 per annum

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Head Of HR  

White Recruitment Ltd - Greenford, Middlesex, South East

Appoint appropriate HR Advisors and oversee HR support across the global operations Previous experience as Head of HR , HR Director, HR Manager or similar Develop and implement HR Strategy in line with... £50000 - £70000 per annum

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Companies hire human resources officers to direct and support their employees, managers, and supervisors in employment and personnel policies. These positions are also known as HR officers. Management systems, employee issues, recruitment, and orientation are just some of the issues human resources officers handle on a regular basis
One of the most difficult tasks a human resources officer must perform is balancing the needs of both management and employees. These two groups often have opposite needs and requirements. Retirement plans, employment laws, and other benefits are the main concerns of company employees. Supervisors, on the other hand, are most concerned with information about salaries and discipline
Human resource officers must also handle the orientation of all new employees and maintain communication between all other company departments. These individuals must remain updated on compliance, employment, and corporate policies. Previous experience or studies in psychology, social administration, business, or human resources management can be beneficial.
Inexperienced human resource officers earn between £22,000 and £25,000 at their first jobs, while senior level employees can earn more than £80,000 per year.

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