Careers in Human Resources, 2005 Edition: WetFeet Insider by WetFeet
For these drawn to a profession in human assets, this WetFeet Insider consultant explores how the sphere has advanced; the hiring outlook and tendencies; the various jobs on hand, with wage levels for every; the professionals and cons of operating in HR; and the way to polish of their interviews.
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In many cases, compensation analysts deal only with the packages offered to executives; they may even come in on a contract basis to help research and negotiate the package for an incoming CEO. In other cases, the compensation analyst will deal with all job categories in a company. Regardless, the compensation analyst has to be familiar with a company’s job titles and responsibilities. Salary range: $40,000 to $100,000 EEO Specialist (Affirmative Action Coordinator) Handles piles of red tape in the form of complex government forms.
2. Working with a team to ensure that employees are paid the right amount of money and on time. Logistics must be tracked: If an employee moves across country, should he or she make more or less? ) Is there a process in place to ensure they still get their check on time? If a relocation allowance is provided, how much should it be? 3. Defining an overall philosophy of pay. Should the company pay for performance, skill, or length of service? Should pay be based on commission? The philosophy should ideally advance the company’s business goals.
What kind of person does really well at this job? I think you have to have a very strong balance between analytical skills—being comfortable with numbers and spreadsheets—and interpersonal [skills]. You need to be someone with solid organizational skills, someone who’s comfortable in a business environment that’s profit-driven. What do you like about your job? One thing I like is the variety. It’s about psychology; it’s about business; it’s about law. It’s intellectually stimulating because there’s variety there.