I'm updating my resume, and I'm wondering if I can list a position that is not an official one for my current employer. My official job title is "Supervisor". I'm assigned to assist our human resources manager. Am I able to call myself a Supervisor and a Human Resources Assistant in my resume? There's no such job title for my location, but I practically do the tasks of a traditional HR Assistant.
I was just recently contacted by Macy's for a human resources assistant position. I'm very excited about this job interview b/c it will be a foot in the door to enter the HR field. How can I prepare for this interview and what questions should I ask? Thank you.
I just got a new job as an human resources assistant replacing a girl that was titled human resources coordinator. Im hoping she recieved a raise and they changed her title.
I've got a degree in psychology w a spanish minor, and I have been in retail as a sales associate for about 3 years. I was also an office assistant in high school for 2 years. Most requirements for the job say you should have experience in human resources, which I don't yet. How should I relate in my cover letter?
Bookkeeping, Accounting Clerks, Account Collectors, Human Resources Assistant, Executive Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, Customer Service Representative, Insurance Claim/Processing Clerk?
I have an opportunity to further my education (I already have an AS) and get a certificate of completion. I want something that is very flexible to move between states (unlike something that requires a state certification). Which would be most useful in a small town?
I wanted to work in Germany as Human Resource Assistant. I had already a one year experience here in Cebu, Philippines. Is it easy to enter in Germany? Can you give me a lists of things to do in order to work there? Thank you! I really need your opinions.
I am the Human Resources Assistant at my company. We have over 650 employees. There are several times where I need to send out emails to the entire agency. What is the general consensus on adding a link to my LinkedIn profile in my email signature?
I just started out as a Human Resource Management Assistant and I must contact potential candidates and convince them to come work for our financial planning company. Please help!!
For a recent college graduate, how hard is it to find a job in NYC in the fashion industry? Like in the administration department/human resource/ buyer/ entry level/ assistants/etc.
What kind of experience do you need to find a job and is it really hard to find one that pays enough to support yourself in NYC?
What is the process of getting a job in Human Resources? Do you need a degree?
I am applying for two posts at a Potroluim Company. the first is "Executive Secretary". the second post is "Human Resources Assistants". I need some attractive examples of Career Objective for both of the above post. I would be really thankful if sb offers help.
I have a B. A. but its in economics; I'm trying to get a position as an Human Resources assistant because I think its a good way to get my foot in the door, but that was when I was planning on a career as a HR generalist. But now I see that HRIS might be more for me... advice?
I am applying for a job in human resources and I was wondering if there are specific qualities that are needed for such a position
I cant decide between the two jobs and it comes down to which i will be more likely to find a job with (more in demand) AND which pays more typically!
option number 3 is , a human resource assistant (2 yr degree).....but again i do not know job demand a REAL pay in the real world for these jobs starting out, evryone says something different!
I am updating my resume and my most recent job was as a student assistant for Human Resources at my University. During which I would perform a task of running to our storage unit which contained files of terminated employees to reorganize boxes of files and pull as well as input documents into those files. Is there a specific professional title for this task?
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I am in my early 20s with a BS in Psych and CJ. I want to work in the Human Resources field. How does one get started in this field? Jobs are scarce these days, but the only positions I have found are the director/asst director or generalist. Where does one start? I prefer to work for the govt as I work at the state level now. Not the best paying job, but the benefits are pretty good.
What degree do I need in order to get a job in it with a decent pay check? is it hard to get a job in that Field for example Human resources manager?
How much would I get payed a month? Im expecting to make at least 6,000 a month.
I am currently working as an Accounting Assistant and am interested in a career change. I would like to work in Human Resources but I wanted to know what the qualifications were for an entry level Human Resources position. Also, does anybody know of any training classes (certificate only) that I could take to gain the basic knowledge needed to work in Human Resources?
What kinds of jobs are available for those with a Masters in Human Resources? Also what kind of wage can be associated with the positions? Is there a better region of the country to look in for a well paying Human Resources position?
I recently graduted with a degree in human resources management. However i feel that I didn't learn much. when i get a job as a human resources assistant will the training i get on the job prepare me to perform well in the field or do i need a good education to become successful in human resources