HR Roles

Sourcer

Is hiring a sourcer worth it? Is a sourcer a must-have on today’s talent acquisition team or just a nice luxury? Read more to understand what a sourcer can bring to your team.

Recruiting Manager

It cannot be that complicated right? A recruiting manager is just the person hired to manage recruiting, so why are recruiting managers so hard to find? How do you know if you need one, or better yet, how do you become one? Read on to learn more about the intricate role of the recruiting manager.

In-House Recruiter

What’s so great about being an in-house recruiter, you might ask? Well, it’s better than being an outhouse recruiter! Corny jokes aside, an in-house recruiter might be just the thing your organization needs to meet its hiring needs. Continue reading to find out what an in-house recruiter is, their responsibilities, the benefits and drawbacks to in-house recruiting, and more.

Recruiting Coordinator

Recruiting coordinators: the superheroes of the talent acquisition world. Read on to understand the tremendous value recruiting coordinators bring to the hiring process.

Benefits Manager

Benefits play a major role in attracting and retaining talented workers—maybe just as important as compensation. You can't afford to sit on the sidelines when it comes to selecting and negotiating a comprehensive benefits package. So what does a Benefits Manager do, exactly, and why are they increasingly important?

Work-Life Coordinator

The term “work-life balance” is a buzzword. With the increasing complexity surrounding office, remote and hybrid work, work-life balance seems like a disorienting pipe dream! That is, unless you have a work-life coordinator (WLC) at the helm. With a WLC at your company, employee pain points are addressed as they gain access to programs that improve their quality of life, but they aren’t the only ones who benefit.

Professional in Human Resources (PHR)

Many folks land a position in human resources planning to learn on the job. If you’re one, are you trying to decide if an HR certification is worth the time and effort? This article introduces the PHR certification, the most popular of all HR certifications.

Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR)

Do you have HR responsibilities in a multinational company? Would you like to learn strategies to successfully implement practices that support global HR initiatives? Read on to find out if the GPHR certification will help you master global HR responsibilities.

Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)

Why would a senior HR professional invest in an advanced certification if they already have an executive position, a PHR, or an advanced degree? Is there a significant benefit to obtaining a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification? Read on to find out why the SPHR certification is an asset worth the investment.

Recruiter

Do you enjoy finding people with the skills you need? Recruiters are valuable contributors to a successful hiring strategy and can work in many different industries and capacities. To learn more about the work recruiters do and what it takes to be successful, read on!

Vice President of Human Resources

Many HR professionals aspire to become HR vice presidents. Is there a clear understanding of what that role does, or how and when an organization needs it? For a peek into the role of HRVP, read on.

Human Resources Assistant

A career in human resources often begins with a position as an HR assistant. Read on to learn more about the importance of this position, common responsibilities, skills needed to be successful and tips on how to become an HR assistant.

Employee Relations Manager

Have you ever wanted to take your HR skills and hone in on one area that really peaks your interest? Read on to find out about the value of employee relations managers and tips on how to get there.

Human Resources Generalist

You know those amazing Swiss army knives that have a tool for every situation? That’s an HR generalist. Generalists are the backbone of human resources. Read on to learn what skills you need, what duties you perform, and how to pursue becoming an HR generalist.

Talent Acquisition Partner

Hiring the right people is critical to your company’s success. Talent acquisition partners can play a major role in your mission to find the best and the brightest talent for your workforce. In this article, you’ll learn what a talent acquisition partner is, what they do and how to become one.

HR Certifications

Do you have an HR certification? What if you already have a great job without a certification? Which HR certification is best? Let’s explore the reasons why an HR certification can be valuable and which certifications may be best for different stages of your career.

Hiring Manager

We all know that whom you hire is the most critical predictor of organizational success. A hiring manager might be part of the HR department or might not, but they are central to bringing the best people to your company. If you aspire to this role, continue reading to learn what a hiring manager does and how to become one.

HR Consulting

Of course we all (think we) know what a consultant does, but what on earth does an HR consultant do? How do we know if we need one or if we want to become an HR consultant ourselves? This article will shine some light on these questions.

HR Business Partner

You know how many hats an HR role fills and how many plates it juggles. How does an HR department carry out its goals to each department of the company? How can it adapt its strategies to unique teams, each with objectives of their own? To keep up with ever-changing groups and varying business objectives, large HR departments create specialized roles to help the people across all functions of the company. This is where the HR business partner comes in.

HR Careers

Are you interested in pursuing a career in Human Resources? Read on to learn about HR roles and responsibilities, and the different kinds of roles, responsibilities, and opportunities available.
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