The Characteristics Of The Hr Professional Career Levels In Human Resource Management

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;It is the people within a business that makes the business profitable. Human Resource Managers (HRM) and managers hold the intricate responsibility of aligning candidates with the appropriate job. This requires HRM’s and members of management to view people as human assets, not liabilities to the business.
HRM’s assist manager’s by suggesting how the company wishes to manage people as business resources from a profitable perspective. Their job responsibilities include managing, recruiting, and hiring employees. HRM’s are also responsible for enforcing federal laws, employee benefits, training, and development strategies. Companies are now looking at HRM’s as a consultant to the manager, not workers in an isolated capacity. An HRM is utilized
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An “Early Level” HR professional is a specialist in a specific support function, or a generalist with limited experience. A “Mid Level” HR professional is a generalist or a senior specialist, manages more projects, and possibly holds a formal title such as, but not limited to generalist, senior specialist, or HR manager. A “Senior Level” HR professional is a very experienced generalist or specialist that holds a formal title such as, senior manager, director, or principal. However, that title is not limited. An executive professional is typically one of the most senior leaders in HR. They hold the top HR job in the organization or VP role. These people are more experienced with a minimum of 10 years in the HR …show more content…
I’ve managed for many years, not fully aware the HR professional job responsibilities. After reading SHRM’s Competency Model, I hope to be able to operate fully in all nine competencies before graduation. I hope to grasp a vast knowledge of HR and the systems that makes a HR professional successful. I would like to spend more time in the areas of Leadership Navigation, Critical Evaluation, and Business Acumen. I chose these areas primarily, because these are the areas that I’ve had the lease experience in working. In order to be a successful HRM, I believe these are 3 areas that need to be mastered before moving up or managing in the HR

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